Hello there amazing people! We are back with something super fun and we can tell that you all are going to love it as much as we do but before we start talking about what we have worked on for you guys; we would like to thank you all for your overwhelming response on our previous blogs and for also sharing them with your favorite colleagues as well. Your interesting suggestions and constructive feedback always encourage us to keep working on things that we love to create.
Creating logos is an interesting job to do but when you know the basics to carry out the whole process, you enjoy the tasks so much better. As you all know that a logo is like the first block that helps you work on the branding journey and if done right, you can see great things happening within months of you being in the market. We can bet that we have said it before as well but we know that it won’t hurt no one to say that we love creating logos and everything else that comes with this job.
From getting to know what the competitors are doing to explore the opportunities of the businesses that we are working with, it is not only a great learning experience for all of us; but we also get to experiment with modern techniques to see if that can work for us or if we can improvise the plans to make them perform even better, you know. So, first things first; whenever you start creating branding for yourself or for a brand that you are working with, you must ensure two things: one that you have read the brand itself in detail and secondly, the competitors that are in the market both local and international.
If you are working on a business that is yet to be launched, then you have a lot of freedom to enjoy because you putting your brand personality out there, your designs and communication materials etc. will help you get the insights of how your audience is responding to your business. That’s the learning that you will need to either go with the current branding, positioning and content plan or you might have to tweak it a little after doing research on your own brand. It takes about a month or three months to fully understand what your audience likes and what can be skipped and once that is done; you can shape the future of the professional communication.
And if you are working on a brand that is already present in the market, then gather all the data of at least 1 year to see what has been done and what you can do to implement new things. It is very important for you to bring new things on the table – both products / services-wise as well as in the context of your communication as well so that you can attract potential customers to consider shopping with you, availing your services etc. and more. Remember that if you do not have something new, there are chances that you won’t be able to grab the attention of a new audience. It is totally up to you to decide what needs to be done here when it comes to the retention of the clientele.
Now comes that actual thing; the creation of the logo designs! Picking the right type of logo for your business is supremely important because that is one of those things that will speak for you to your clients so you need to ensure that the first building block is on point. There is no hard and fast rule for (thick) line art logos when it comes to picking it up for your business – you can be a stationery shop and you can use this type of logo for your branding or you can be a hospital and the thick line art will help you stand apart.
What’s more important is the fact that the logo depicts what you do and that it reflects your commitment to the community, you know. It will take some time to get there but we can bet that going through this awesome collection of thick line art logo designs for inspiration and we are sure that you will be able to form one for yourself right away.
Alright, guys! That is all from our end. We hope that you had a great time reading our blog and that these stunning thick line art designs will inspire you to create your own as well. We would also like to know which ones from this collection are your favorite logos so feel free to share that with us in the comments section. Also, do share the blog with your favorite people at work, in your friend circle so that you can inspire them too.
Credit: Darina Darvin
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