25 design ideas to create a unique logo for your brand – Part 5

Introduction:

We have compiled, from separate sources, 25 design ideas to create a unique logo for your brand.


Classic Fonts and Swiss Design / Bauhaus

If you’re a designer in the 21st century, chances are you’ve studied the International Typographic Style (more commonly known as ‘Swiss Style’). Let’s take a moment to honor some of modern design’s most influential principles, typefaces and artists who started this central-European trend.

Cleanliness. Readability. Objectivity. Just a few key words that describe the driving force behind Swiss Style. The 19th century marked the separation of design from fine art, and with it, the birth of grid-based design.

https://www.printmag.com/featured/swiss-style-principles-typefaces-designers/

Motion Logos

Show off your brand’s personality with a custom motion logo designed just for you by a professional designer. Need ideas? We’ve collected some amazing examples of motion logos from our global community of designers. Get inspired and start planning the perfect motion logo design today.

If you want an amazing motion logo that stands out from the competition, work with a professional designer. Find and hire a designer to make your vision come to life, or host a design contest and get ideas from designers around the world.

https://99designs.com/inspiration/logos/motion

Choose a font with the right “personality.”

Whether you’re a designer or a new small business owner, choosing the right font for your logo can often seem like an impossible task. There are scores of great fonts for logos out there, but it can still be difficult to land on the right one for your specific brand; every font has its flavor, just like every color has its calling.

And, the font you choose will add symbolism to your logo in addition to punching up its design. It will help your logo tell your story, which leads to building a successful brand identity. Whether you’re ready to create a typography-based logo or you’re just trying to get the lay of the font land, we’ve made a list of 50 fonts that any business owner or designer can use and peruse.

https://www.tailorbrands.com/blog/fonts-for-logos

Social Slide Decks (Carousels)

When putting together your next presentation, pay attention to the latest graphic design trends to ensure your pitch deck really stands out – whether you’re compiling a corporate report or a creative proposal, it’s important to ensure it’s on brand and on trend.

In 2021, we expect to see visuals come into their own through animated infographics, social media slideshows and geometric shapes, while minimalism and muted pastels will prove once and for all that – when it comes to creating a winning business presentation – less is most definitely more. And if you’re not sure where to start, Envato Elements offers a huge range of premium and free presentation templates to choose from!

https://www.envato.com/blog/presentation-design-trends/

Overlapping Designs

A main goal for any logo is to make it as interesting and representative as possible to catch people’s eyes and communicate your brand easily and effectively. One way to make your logo interesting is to use overlapping design elements. This will allow your logo to remain on top-of-mind and stand out from your competition. We have listed some tips on what elements you can use and what the benefits are for using them.

Overlaps Add Depth to your Logo using an overlap technique makes it effortless to add depth and motion to your logo. Having depth in your logo allows it to pop out for a 3D effect. When there is depth to a logo, the idea of motion gets communicated, as well. This allows your logo to stand out and capture the attention of your target market. Using an overlapping technique can make a great difference.

https://www.graphicsprings.com/blog/view/tips-for-creating-an-overlapping-logo-design

Conclusion:

We hope that these ideas have helped your marketing efforts

Article compiled by RapidPage.ca

Article Reference Links:

  1. https://www.printmag.com/featured/swiss-style-principles-typefaces-designers/
  2. https://99designs.com/inspiration/logos/motion
  3. https://www.tailorbrands.com/blog/fonts-for-logos
  4. https://www.envato.com/blog/presentation-design-trends/
  5. https://www.graphicsprings.com/blog/view/tips-for-creating-an-overlapping-logo-design