All businesses want a strong logo that gets people’s attention. While that should be everyone’s main goal, a lot of business owners don’t take into account that they’ll need their logo in different formats for what they’ll be using it for. Let’s take a look at different places you’ll be using your logo and what you need to know to make the right choice.
If you’re looking to make an impact with your logo, the 1st thing you should consider is how easy it is to understand. A complicated logo can cripple a business. The whole point of a logo is to convey a message to potential customers that connects instantaneously. How do you do that? The answer is simplicity. Let’s take a look at some tips for making your logo as simple and easy to understand as possible.
I saw the unveiling of the new Microsoft logo just recently, and I thought this would be a great topic of discussion. It looks to me as if Microsoft wanted to incorporate elements from the old Internet Explorer logo into the logo for their new browser, called Edge. Let’s take a look at the new edge logo and compare it with the old Internet Explorer logo.