History of NFL logo development

A client asks: Do you provide logo development? So you think sure, you can bust out a super logo proposal in a few hours, right? What if the client already has a current logo they want to include in the concept. Is it harder to start from scratch or continue to create fresh iterations of a current brand? I think the argument can be made that re-developing a logo could be more difficult. The challenge of creating something that stays fresh without losing the original branding investment. Questions that should be explored are: How far should you change? How often?

I think these questions are especially relevant when it comes to huge brands and logo development. What if all the sudden Coca-cola dropped their font or added a circle reminiscent of pepsi’s logo. Immediately their logo becomes unrecognizable and brand damaging. I’m not saying that a large overhaul can’t or shouldn’t be done on a company logo, just that branding and consistency must be carefully considered.

This infographic shows NFL logo development over time, a great example of seriously engrained branding. If you watch football at all, you recognize the teams by their logos and colors and often times by as little as their chosen fonts. Do you think they all improve with each iteration?

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Logo Designs for Inspiration

Collection of the best logo designs of 2012.

Collection of the best logo designs of 2012.

Designing your company logo, colors, and fonts can be one of the most important branding choices a company makes. This list by Awwwards includes some of the more creative logo designs and fonts I’ve seen in a long time. Using fonts to show what a company provides a customer a quick and creative glance at what a company is all about. So the question is what is your logo design and/or font saying about you?

Achieving a well designed logo requires really hard work and being up to date with the latest trends in design. It’s probably the best way of establishing brand identity, making an impact on customers and ensuring that they’ll remember your site and come back for a second visit. Most logos communicate ideas, for instance the kind of quality services a company can provide for its customers.

Today we’ve gathered 99 creative logo designs for your inspiration, hope you find them useful.

See all the logos here: 99 Creative Logo Designs for Inspiration.

How do you know when your logo design is finished?

Is My Logo Design Really Finished? – DesignFestival
Every single business across the web and the world should have a logo, because it represents your company’s identity — a critical branding element. You want people to know what kind of company you are…

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