There’s a whole lot of controversy going on in the design community from the latest Gap logo redesign. But, why? Is it because of its familiarity? It is their strong brand presence? Is it the twenty-somethings screaming the loudest? It IS the only Gap logo they’ve ever known. Don’t companies have the right to evolve…
Just posted today is my interview by Duane Kinsey, of Melbourne, Australia’s Logobird for his design studio’s blog. Some very interesting questions were asked about
I just received notification today that six of my logos will appear in the upcoming 2011 release of LogoLounge Master Library Vol. 3, Shapes and Symbols.
There you are. You’re ready to start your own thing, hang your shingle and be your own boss. You’ve finally got everything in place and you need to have a logo designed, put it on the website, business cards, etc. And get your logo trademarked.
Even with all the technology we have today, the business card still endures. It serves as the mini-billboard ad representing your business well after you meet someone and go your separate ways. The right look and feel can often make or break your potential opportunity for business in the future.