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Web Designer Help » 55 Really Creative Logos

Web Designer Help » 55 Really Creative Logos
55 Really Creative Logos Logos can be really hard to design but the great ones tend to be really simple! So we have compiled a list of 55 logos which thought would help get your creative juices flowing. This post was written by Thomas Hardy, he is a Newcastle based Web Designer/Developer. 31 Comments to “55 Really Creative Logos” #1 Posted by wpheroes (14.05.09 at 23:16 ) Awesome list! #2 Posted by msnifadeleri (15.05.09 at 18:14 ) great logo works i’ve ever seen. #3 Posted by Fabian (17.05.09 at 01:40 ) Thank you Thomas for such a great list. #4 Posted by Thomas Hardy (17.05.09 at 02:13 ) Hey, glad your happy to be included, it was really good work. I am might get round to linking them up but for now I just don’t have the time to link all the logos up as it would seem pointless only doing a couple. #5 Posted by Joni (19.05.09 at 02:39 ) Wow, thanks for putting these together. #6 Posted by marie (23.05.09 at 15:05 ) The best logos I’ve ever seen, they are so creative fantastic work!!! Great!! Ibi

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Logo Tips, Creative Ideas and Logos Creating a professional image for your new logo design is one the most crucial steps to obtain new business. An effective logo design may not be visually an awesome logo. Take for example Coca-Cola™, IBM™, Microsoft™ and other successful corporations whom spend millions each year refining their brand. The Art of Self-Branding: Part One // Filed in Branding / Featured / Business / Design Pretend You're an Amnesiac Update: Read Part Two | Part Three | Resources A Brief Primer Branding. Most people think that “brand” begins and ends with the logo, when the truth is much more than that.

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