The logo of your company, does it even carry any significance? What
about the design of your logo? Does it seem to be professional?
These questions might pop in your head when you first start designing your very own logo or when you already have an existing logo for your company. Actually, a logo carries great importance as it can give your future prospects and customers a precise idea of what they can expect from your company and if it is to be trusted and considered as reliable or not. There is no doubt in the fact that it matters to a great extent what the company has to offer and the quality of the service that is provided, but in the end it’s the way your company presents itself that wins you the race and allowing you to turn those potential customers into real clients.
In reality your success in the end basically depends on the fact that how good your service really is. But you should always remember that the image of your company tells a great deal about it.
Clients may infer a few things from your logo such as whether this company is professional; if the company really cares about their business hence caring for their customers; do they have any idea of what they are doing and what their aim is; does this company seem to be one that can be trusted for their reliability and honesty.
Probably by now I have got you thinking what really makes a good
logo? Well you have to consider a few things. The design and the colors that
you use should make your logo seem professional and yet catchy at the same time.
Now the design may have an infinite number of variations ranging from being just plain text to a very colorful and lively logo such as of eBay or MSN. The design carries such significance in the overall logo due to the fact that it produces an image that allows customers and clients to identify the uniqueness of your company and give it recognition automatically. The examples of eBay or MSN logos clearly show that the design can either be simple or complex. The only thing that counts is being unique.
Colors that you use in your logo basically show the type of business in which your company operates. For Financial or Banking you use colors such as green, blue, black and gold as well. Even though there are no hard and fast rules but certain colors just go better with some industries. An example of the fast food industry is that they focus more on brighter blues, reds, yellows and oranges.
In the end the quality of the logo that includes its texture such as the smoothness of the curves and the text, it ameliorates the overall design of the logo. Rough edges or illegible text can damage the quality of the logo which in turn can have a negative impact on the image of the company.
So don’t forget to keep your logo clear, unique and professional all at the same time!
Article Number: 120
Posted: Fri, Jul 1, 2011 9:34 AM
Last Updated: Tue, Jan 31, 2012 9:51 AM
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