Archive for June, 2010


Announcing the Winners of Wolda ’09

Wolda, the Worldwide Logo Design Annual, has announced the winners of its 2009 book “09 Wolda”. The judges have selected 192 logos from nearly 2000 entries from all over the world. The winners are as follows: The overall winner is “Circus of Magazines” logo designed by Olivier Courbet for the online magazine marketplace. In the student category Wolda Talent, Keo Pierron from Texas, USA was the overall winner with the “Ponzu Sushi house” logo.

Wolda is the high-profile graphic design award scheme that rewards the best logos and trademarks designed throughout the world, creating an archive that tracks the evolution of tastes, styles and trends in global design, year after year. Wolda is the only awards scheme in the world endorsed by more than 100 design associations and schools. Designers, agencies, studios and students from all over the world are invited to enter.

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Showcase Of Father’s Day Logos By Google From 2000 to 2010

Over the years, Holiday logos on the Google homepage have made searching on Google more fun and enjoyable for its users around the world. Usually Google provide nice doodles and ideas in its logo. Sometimes, It is provide something is very unique like Pacman logo. Nowadays, Google has changing its homepage logo to celebrate in Father’s day, So this article features every logos that designed for Father’s Day by Google from 2000 to 2010.

Father’s Day – (Global) – Logo launched on Jun 18, 2000

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10 Steps To Design a Logotype

When designing a logo, you shoud know which type of logo would be the most fit for the client, type that will help you achieve a great solution. There are three basic types of logos, Iconic Logo, Logotype and the third is Combination Marks which combine between Iconic and Logotype, Each of these different classifications of logos have its own design challenges and features. We will talk about Logotype – also sometimes named Wordmark or Typographic logos -. Logotype is a standardized graphic representation of the name of a company, institution, or product name used for purposes of identification and branding. Type fonts that you are use or design come in thousands of possible sizes, variations, shapes and styles, each of them conveying a slightly different impression upon your intended audience.

In this article, we will talk about 10 points you should know as a logo designer and considering when you designing a logotype. – The Logo Design Process for Logos Guide Studio

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25 Useful iPhone Apps for Logo Designers

iPhone is the most popular smart phone in the world with 225,000 apps in the store of Apple and more than 5 billion downloaded for these apps!! well, it should be an apps are suitable for logo designers to inspire or motivate creativity. So below you will find some useful organizational and other tools, I would like to share with you 25 iPhone apps you might find interesting if you are a logo designer.

1. Adobe Ideas

Adobe Ideas: is your digital sketchbook, letting you capture and explore ideas anywhere you go. Adobe Ideas is an ideal companion for the professional design applications from Adobe, including Adobe Illustrator and Adobe Photoshop software.

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Microsoft Logos When Innovation Meets Simplicity

Microsoft company was founded on April 4, 1975 by Bill Gates with aim of develops, manufactures, licenses, and supports a wide range of software products for computing devices. Its most profitable products are the Microsoft Windows operating system and the Microsoft Office suite of productivity software. Microsoft was ranked as the third largest company in the world. Microsoft across a variety of strategic that focus on bringing rigor to the array of Logos, brands and services that were proliferating around the world.

Logo History

From 1975 up to now, Microsoft has been changing its logo more times. The first Logo was designed when Bill Gates and his friend Paul Allen coded the first computer language for a PC and named it BASIC. After that they named their partnership and company as Micro-Soft which explains the first logo of the company.

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