Articles - Six things to keep in mind when designing a logo
So you fancy yourself a Paul Rand or Saul Bass and want to design some logos for iStock? Great! You've come to the right place! Logo design needs to begin with a great idea or concept, backed up with some jedi-like vector skills to bring it to life. In this article you'll find some design and technical tips to get you started and keep you on the right track. I've included some important things for you to think about as you are creating, as well as some reminders on how to keep your files technically sound for submission to avoid the dreaded "Subpar" rejection. Thought and planning are a huge part of Logo design: preparation is key. Please note: The 'good' versions of logo design seen below were each designed by some of our amazing logo contributors. It All Starts With a Great Idea Start by selecting a Business Category or something that inspires you. When you have your concept, start sketching it out to quickly come up with ways you can execute the idea. Reproducibility Reversals.
Related: Graphic Design resources