My name is Daniel, and I’d like to offer you 7 key factors to consider when getting a logo designed for your business.

When it comes to great logo design, you ultimately want it to convey your brand. At the same time, you don’t want it to take up too much space. That is the greatest challenge; to be able to create a winning impact within space constraints.

1.  Research for effective logo design
Never make the mistake of rushing into creating a logo design. You need to do a fair bit of research to understand the company, its objectives, and mission as well as its business goals; both short and long term. You also need to know the demographics of the target audience. 

2.  Attractive and unique: two elements of great logo design
You obviously want your logo design to catch the attention of the customer. At the same time, it should not be screaming for attention.

3.  Simple and memorable logo design
Focus on making sure your logo design is not too cluttered or too fancy. This will just confuse the customer. Ultimately you want the customer to remember your brand. That will only happen if the logo is easy to remember.

4.  Flexibility is a major issue in logo design

There are so many companies who invest a fortune on their logo design only to realize later that their logo doesn’t work on a product wrapper!

Your logo needs to be flexible enough to work and create a lasting impact on any medium whether it is a product wrapper, your company website or even any promotional materials you send out!  That means you need to consider the size of the logo and the appropriate colors. The colors used need to match well with any background while also helping the brand to stand out.

5.  Never clutter your logo in logo design
One critical mistake people make is too much information in their logo design. This makes your logo look cluttered not to mention the fact that customers will fail to remember your brand!

6. Use fonts that promote readability in your logo design
You might select a font that looks great on paper but when you use it in the logo it hampers readability. There is absolutely no point in using classy fonts in logo design if they are going to prevent customers from remembering you. Make sure fonts are easy on the eye.

7. Usage of color in logo design
A great logo design will always focus on using complementary colors that look good against a black or white background.     

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This is a guest post from Daniel Triana, if you would like to be considered for a guest post please contact me.

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