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A selection of hand crafted design in logos, identities, packaging, craft and web.

Activate Accident Repair identity

Activate Accident Repair identity

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MCT Reman logo

MCT Reman rebrand

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Brown Bird and Company Logo

Brown Bird & Company logo

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Alders and Brown Logo

Alders & Brown identity

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Connect Business Support Logo

Connect Business Support logo

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Grafik Identity logo

Grafik Identity lost logos

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Anne Shiels identity

Anne Shiels identity

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Clawson logo

Clawson logo & typeface

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Happy Home identity

Happy Home identity

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Ranch Burger Company logo

Ranch Burger Company logo

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ADPD Logo

ADPD Logo

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DRoP logo and packaging

DRoP logo and packaging

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Burgershot identity

Burgershot identity

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WMB logo

WMB logo

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Eye Caught It logo

Eye Caught It logo

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Mamoot logo

Mamoot logo

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Northorpe 19 logo

Northorpe 19 logo

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Merchdemon logo

Merchdemon logo

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At a Glance logo

At a Glance logo

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i.am SHY logo

i.am SHY logo

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Logospotting logo

Logospotting

on Instagram

Whittle.Work logo

Whittle.Work

on Instagram

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What's in a logo?

An effective logo requires research, consideration and attention to detail to ensure the final logo design is appropriate for the target market, projects the correct message, and has the ability to transform a business by attracting the right people.

If poorly designed, a logo can have a negative effect on the perception of your business.

Brand awareness

A logo is a specific brand's message via a graphic element. It is however not the brand, but merely a representation of who they are. It is important to understand the difference between a logo and the associated brand, and how they connect.

Consider a logo as your brand window. If the window is broken, replacing it with a new one will not fix the reason why the window broke in the first place.

 

Essential logo requirements

Scalability

From billboards to posters and app icons to favicons. When it comes to logos, your design has the potential to be viewed across many mediums, and has to be able to scale comfortably whilst maintaining legibility and brand recognition.

Simplicity

Keep it simple. By removing unnecessary flourishes and superfluous detail from the design, we're ensuring the logo will be scalable, easier to 'read' and hopefully stand the test of time.

Clarity

Ensuring a logo is clear in design helps convey a coherent brand message, reflecting a distinct identity in its selected colour, shape or typeface where applicable.

Differentiate

Wherever we look, we're surrounded by logos. From cars to cosmetics to confectionery, each fall into their own relevant category. It's our job to help make a logo stand out from the crowd without deviating too far from what is considered appropriate.

Appropriate

Understanding the business sector is essential in creating a logo that is fit-for-purpose. If we differentiate too much, there's potential the design will be irrelevant and confusing.

Informative

A logo should have simplicity in its message, communicating a general idea of purpose, without having to express that purpose explicitly. Furthermore, an abstraction of information has the potential to form solid branding foundations for the future.

Trend-less

Trends come and go. It can be tempting to design based on the hottest new ideas and styles, but ensuring you listen to the problem and solve it accordingly, the design should form its own conclusion, outside of trend influence.