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by Gregory Thomas

  • ISBN: 1581804563
  • Category: Photo and Art
  • Author: Gregory Thomas
  • Subcategory: Graphic Design
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  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Adams Media (April 1, 2003)
  • Pages: 144 pages
  • FB2 size: 1889 kb
  • EPUB size: 1440 kb
  • Rating: 4.3
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How To Design Logos (Forget about symbols and icons, there is maybe two or three pages on these aspects in the book. is more for a general audience than the professional designer. It has 24 studios working on projects from large to small

How To Design Logos (Forget about symbols and icons, there is maybe two or three pages on these aspects in the book. It has 24 studios working on projects from large to small. One thing I immediately noticed was the influence of the "net" design style of most of the projects.

Start by marking How To Design Logos Symbols And Icons as Want to Read . The book is especially valuable in that it expands its boundaries to include symbols and icons, two rarely covered yet increasingly vital areas of design

Start by marking How To Design Logos Symbols And Icons as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. The book is especially valuable in that it expands its boundaries to include symbols and icons, two rarely covered yet increasingly vital areas of design. Designers include top corporate identity firms such as Massimo Vignelli Design and Chermayeff & Geismar.

Start by marking How to Design Logos, Symbols & Icons: 24 Internationally Renowned Studios Reveal How They Develop Trademarks for . In addition, this book expands its boundaries to include symbols and icons, two rarely covered yet increasingly vital areas of design.

Start by marking How to Design Logos, Symbols & Icons: 24 Internationally Renowned Studios Reveal How They Develop Trademarks for Print and New Media as Want to Read: Want to Read savin.

142 pages : 29 cm. "This book explores a broad range of design projects, strategies and creative processes. You'll see how marks were designed for banks and nonprofit organizations, feature films and churches. for mergers, globalizations and diversifications. For each project, you'll get the whole story of how the logo, symbol or icon evolved smoothly (or not so smoothly) from the original concept, including: where ideas came from, whether they were instant inspirations or 2 . breakthroughs; different directions that were considered; how initial roughs were influenced and.

How to Design Logos, Symbols, & Icons by Gregory Thomas. And while we consider symbols and icons a kind of logo, this book treats them as if they are a separate category. This book is less about inspiration and more about the process different designers use to create brand icons. It includes twenty-four case studies that follow the development of great logo designs, showing the process from earliest sketches to final design. Still, a good reference tool for anyone interested in how the design process works. 6. The Logo Lounge Series by Bill Gardner.

This book alongside logos also covers yet another vital areas of design; symbols and Icons.

How to Design Logos, Symbols & Icons: 24 Internationally Renowned Studios Reveal How They Develop Trademarks for Print and New Media. Book by Gregory Thomas. This is a very unique book for aspiring designers as it gives an insight into the world-renowned designers’ studios and gives step-by-step details as the ideas are executed. This book alongside logos also covers yet another vital areas of design; symbols and Icons. We do not intend to promote any kind of sale or purchase here. We have just tried to compile a list of logo design books we found.

When to use picture and symbol logos: A pictorial mark alone can be tricky. An emblem logo consists of font inside a symbol or an icon; think badges, seals and crests.

A logo is an image that symbolizes your business. When to use picture and symbol logos: A pictorial mark alone can be tricky. It’s effective if you already have an established brand but that’s not a hard and strict rule. These logos tend to have a traditional appearance about them that can make a striking impact, thus they are often the go-to choice for many schools, organizations or government agencies. The auto industry is also very fond of emblem logos.

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Illustrates the evolution of logos, symbols, and icons created for a variety of clients, covering the creation of the original concept through different directions considered, initial roughs, and how the final design was adapted for use in various formats.
Reviews about How To Design Logos Symbols And Icons (5):
Foiuost
Excellent book about logos. Nice color pictures in it.
Kulafyn
Buy this book! This is a terrific resource for any designer, art director or student wanting to learn more about how a logo or brand evolves from the drawing board to the billboard.
I'm making this required reading for my designers!
you secret
How To Design Logos (Forget about symbols and icons, there is maybe two or three pages on these aspects in the book.) is more for a general audience than the professional designer.
It has 24 studios working on projects from large to small. One thing I immediately noticed was the influence of the "net" design style of most of the projects. Having been published in late 2000, before the dot bomb era: this was where the bread and butter for these shops was developing. Alas, now they must go elsewhere and their designs after only a year or two seem dated.
I believe it is a good book for the non-professional. Each project has a small write up on how the design was done. These write up are no way an indepth study of the rendering of the logo. It does have great graphics and examples of the development of the logos.
For the coffee table or non-professional I gave it three stars, but if you are looking for professional advice I would give it two.
Browelali
This book is helpful in that it shows you what is involved in the design process of creating a successful logo. It doesn't show you exactly how to make one yourself but gives examples of how certain logo's where produced.
Mr_Mole
I bought this book with the idea of creating logos but that was a mistake. But it's a great book when you are interested in processes. This book shows how companies design logos and their process of getting from start to end. So, much talk about the process, no talk about the techniques.

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