Logo Design Studio

A good logo lets the world know you are a legitimate player.

Brand Deign On Stationery Mockup
Carraroe
Hotel
Brand Stationery Design
Logo Design For Agri Card Displaed On Desktop
Agri
Card
Logo Design
Brand Design Presentated On Printed Material
Light
Guides
Brand Identity
Card Design
Smyth
Knives
Card Design
Layout And Design Showing A Booklet Smyth Knives
Smyth
Knives
Booklet Layout Design
Portrait Orientated Card
Card
Design
Business Card Print Design
Showing The Card Design Software On A Laptop
Card
Design
Business Card Print Design
Outdoor Bill Board Display Achill Surf
Achilll
Surf
Bill Board Advertising

Corporate identity

We help companies get a better brand identity.

We can create a consistent brand identity across multiple platforms, including traditional print publications, digital marketing and social media.

Logo Design Studios

Logos

In our logo design process, we look at the logo in black and white. The reason for this is that one of the fundamentals of a strong logo design is to know that the mark created works without colour.

In this way, the structure of a logo can be viewed for its integrity. Having the logo structure working on black and white is a must especially when considering all the various platforms and sizes the logo will be used on.

Sketching
Sketching based on research allows the mind to connect with paper through sketching freely the ideas.

Process

A Little Bit About The Logo Design Process.

The act of drawing out in a fast manner in the initial phase creates a connection between the creative mind and the hand. Being uninhibited and letting the process flow can bring about great results. Later refined drawing can be done.

In the logo design process it is essential to test how the mark will look, such as over an image, on corporate stationery and on coloured paper. How it appears next to other elements such as on a website are all part on the testing phase. You can gain inspiration here on other logo design studios.

Outdoor example mockups of the logo in context to to various urban environments.
Working with the flow and sketching multiple times can produce a concept after concept at this early stage. A symbol that represents more than it's a literal interpretation. Removing any elements that take away from the message.
Drawing Out The Logo
Drawing Out The logo & Doing Fast Uninhibited Initial Sketches.
Defining a colour palette and placing the tones next to each other helps to bring about a strong design.
Working with the flow and sketching multiple times can produce a concept after concept at this early stage. A symbol that represents more than it's a literal interpretation. Removing any elements that take away from the message.
Presenting the logo in a real world example using mockups.
Logo & Font Type
Fonts in the logo design should be in balance between each other and no one element should over power the other unless it's integral to the design.
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