Home made logo

Have you ever heard anyone say “I don’t need to re brand because my brand is well established”? This could well be the case and it still works well, but some brands start out as home made, and as time moves on it may well have become dated and amateur, and would benefit from being developed professionally.

You wouldn’t ask your hairdresser to fix your car, and you wouldn’t ask your dog walker to rewire your house, so I strongly advise against home made graphic design and cheap online options, but to use a professional instead. We are bombarded with literally thousands of advertising messages every day and we want our brands to stand out from the crowd AND communicate the right message, so invest wisely as a well designed brand will have a noticeable impact on performance.

Gosh Golly Limited
Gosh Golly Limited1 day ago

Guess the brand: what does this logo say to you?

Gosh Golly Limited
Gosh Golly Limited5 days ago

Guess the brand: see these most days...

Gosh Golly Limited
Gosh Golly Limited5 days ago

Friday's Quick Tip:
The use of capital letters has it's place, such as in logos, headlines or to STRESS a word, but, take care when used a lot in general copy as the reader may interpret the capital letters as being SHOUTED AT!
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Gosh Golly Limited
Gosh Golly Limited1 week ago

Guess the brand: tricky one so heres a clue, it's British

Gosh Golly Limited
Gosh Golly Limited2 weeks ago

Guess the brand: a beautiful logo...

Gosh Golly Limited
Gosh Golly Limited2 weeks ago

Friday's Quick Tip:
I design a lot of adverts for magazines, and when creating artwork it is important to know whether it goes to the edge of the page. If it does, then don't forget the bleed! What is bleed? Nothing to do with...