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How Appreciate The Design

How Appreciate The DesignNowadays, it is not era to appreciate the work of others with inexpensive prices. All around us cannot be separated from the logo or design, whether at home, on the road, or office. Why are there logo and design are rewarded with cheaper prices?? Why still an offer inexpensive design?? Whether due many logo and design makers?? Is it because of the lack of respect for other people’s work??

Being a designer is highly complex. It takes creativity, innovation and tries something new because the design is an abstract world and benchmark good or bad.  Design is not just the composition of colors, images or effects of advanced computer software.



How NOT to design a logo

What is a logo?

To understand what a logo is meant to do, we first must know what a logo is. A logo’s design is for immediate recognition, inspiring trust, admiration, loyalty and an implied superiority. The logo is one aspect of a company’s commercial brand, or economic entity, and its shapes, colours, fonts, and images usually are different from others in a similar market. Logos are also used to identify organizations and other non-commercial entities.

It makes me wonder why people have no logo or why they would even bother with a cheap logo design if a logo is meant to do all of these things?

The worst deal you could probably go for is a logo design contest. Logo design contests are where you give a brief and then you have multiple designers come back to you with their designs. Although this sounds like a mighty good deal, the quality is usually far from anything you would want to represent your business.

You will be wasting your money and in the long term, in terms of damage done to your business, that amount could be quite considerable.

On another note, design contests & designers who design on a speculative basis are damaging the design industry as designers should not have to invest time and resources with no guarantee of payment.


Logo design tips

Start out right

When you’re in the market to have a new logo developed, there’s always the temptation to take some short cuts. Usually to save time, money or a combination of both. Trouble is, most of these ‘cookie cutter’ solutions will turn out to be neither inexpensive or fast, and may cause a ton of headaches down the road – especially when your fledgling company starts to become more high-profile. Some examples? You may think about using a clip art logo (not a good idea – the image probably isn’t licensed for use as a logo or if it is, is already being used by a load of other people). You may think about downloading a logo template (similarly not a good idea – as most of these template sites are ‘anonymous’ and you’re never going to be sure if the work is original. We’ve even found our client’s logos being passed of as a template.

And even if the work is legit, it certainly won’t be unique. The very idea of ‘templates’ involves many people using the same design. And if it is unique, the chances that you’ll get the correct formats are slim). Hosting a logo design contest has similar drawbacks and caveats. At the end of the day, there’s only one effective way to design and original and effective logo, and that’s to work with a seasoned professional with the experience to get your job right. BVAprintweb is one such solution, but if you don’t elect to hire us, this advice still rings true for the company or designer that you do hire. Once you’ve selected your designer it’s time to start the actual creative process.


How To Design A Logo

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1. Learn What A Logo Is & What It Represents

Before you design a logo, you must understand what a logo is, what it represents and what it is supposed to do. A logo is not just a mark – a logo reflects a business’s commercial brand via the use of shape, fonts, colour, and / or images.

A logo is for inspiring trust, recognition and admiration for a company or product and it is our job as designers to create a logo that will do its job.

One must know what a logo is before continuing.

2. Know The Principles of Effective Logo Design

Now that you know what a logo is supposed to do, and what it should represent you now must learn about what makes a great logo aka; the basic rules and principles of effective logo design.


Tips and Tools to avoid plagiarism

Plagiarism is not hard to fight now that there are advanced tools and services that people can use for protection. In this article we will talk about how to fight people who have copied your designs, bandwidth, articles, music, and everything that can be stolen. Preventing people from plagiarizing your works is another matter because it is in their discretion to do so, which is out of your control. But when the unwanted happens you should be prepared to deal with it, that’s why I wrote this article; to help you fight plagiarism with some tips and tools.

The last time I checked one of my published articles on Copy Scape to see if anyone copied it, it returned 8 websites. Totally plagiarized without even saying thanks to me. I researched the material, wrote it, refined it, and finally had it published only to be copied in an instant. Easy work for them? Yes, they’re reaping the things I’ve planted. Should I stand by and let them do it because fighting plagiarism is a very hard task? No, actually it is easy to fight plagiarism.


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