9 Responses to “6 attributes of good logo design”

  1. Gerard says:

    I agree with all of the above but you forgot to mention one very important factor: The client’s partner thinks it looks good.

  2. Wicklow Logos says:

    i agree 100% with each of the attributes listed in this post, when designing a logo (or indeed a website), i like to abide by the KISS philosophy – keep it simple silly :-)

  3. andyedge says:

    Great post, I think too often people try to cram everything into the logo. As Wicklow said “keep it simple” There is plenty of space within your identity and branding to communicate your message. If you try to hard to communicate everything in the logo you can end up diluting the message.

  4. Julie says:

    All the attrib your discussed above are right but how the logo can be memorable in first view? it takes time to make it memorable and slowly people start recognizing that it is your company logo.

    Thanks for this article.

  5. Rachel says:

    If you ever plan to have your logo embroidered, please consider that early in the design process. You cannot recreate everything in thread that works on paper. Clients bring me many logos that just do not work in embroidery and then we all have to start making compromises.

  6. George Finecott says:

    Your article regarding logo design is quite significant. One thing I would like to add that is idea execution. What ever your business is or any kind of service you are providing, let your designer know it clearly then it results as the best out come.

  7. I really enjoyed this beautiful logo design inspiration. This is the same blog, what i was searching for. Keep posting more appealing logos like this

  8. joel bohm says:

    “Proper research, intelligent creative thinking, and a lot of exploratory drawing should be part of your creative process every time.” This tactic is mentioned in the very first attribute and if taken care, then the designer can really impress the clients with his design.

  9. Laura Rike says:

    “What a great post! As a Virtual Assistant and Graphic Designer myself, I can totally relate to what you wrote! Thanks for the great information!

    Laura Rike

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