Tips & Tricks

Logo design tips and tricks

Logo Design in Vector or Pixel format ?

The guys from TheLogoFactory tried to explain what’s the difference between making logo in vector and raster file format. This video could be very useful for beginners or clients, who are not so familiar with the process. Watch the video to understand some of the basics in the logo design.
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Logo design process by MMagic Design

This video is prepared by www.MMagic.net . Scetch + Scan + work in Adobe Illustrator Here you can read more about the movie : “ I filmed myself from start to finish , the process of designing a logo and time lapsed the whole thing for your viewing pleasure! :)  The Logo: The brief required me to design a logo for “Saniware” a company which specializes in sanitary wares and bathroom toilet…
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Easy work with logos in AI CS4

The movie is showing the use of “artboards” – these are like different sheets that you can work on at the same time and also cover each other, so it’s like you are designing on one table ( like in real life ), without loosing sight of the other sheets.. Something familiar as a functionality has already been created in InDesign, but here – it’s more dynamic, intuitive and easy to use. Great for all…
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Photoshop logo web2.0 beginners tutorial

This is a pretty brief but useful video, especially if you are not familiar with basic photoshop techniques. It’s up to you to decide if this is a “web2.0” logo or it’s not. People call it this way, so here it goes just like this. * Personally, I think that this “reflection” thing is just an effort to make the shape a little bit better looking since the logo/typo itself sux. Same sh*t with the…
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Logo Ligatures Tips & Tricks

The Before & After magazine says: “Companies of every kind sign their names with linked letters called ligatures . Ligature means to tie. Ligatures make excellent business signatures. They’re handsome, simple and compact. And they’re fun, too—we all have initials! Some letters link in one typeface but not another. Others link in lowercase but not in upper. What follows are a variety of ways to…
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How to define fonts in logotypes

We all know and use the most popular fonts, but sometimes it’s hard to define fonts of a specific typeface, used in a logo, logotype or clear word-mark. Here comes a tool which is pretty useful. It’s called  “What The Font?!”  and it works like this: 1 – You upload / write a link to the logo image 2 – Click “Search” 3 – Check the suggestions of all the similar fonts that looks like the one on your…
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