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Logo-tastic! Website automatically generates icons for your business

Discussion in 'photography, graphics & art' started by editor, Sep 8, 2017.

  1. editor

    editor Taffus Maximus

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  2. editor

    editor Taffus Maximus

    I've seen (and created!) worse:

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  3. Vintage Paw

    Vintage Paw dead stare and computer glare

    Shame you have to log in.
     
    blairsh likes this.
  4. editor

    editor Taffus Maximus

    Just make up an email address.
     
  5. rhod

    rhod Mickey Mozart

    Funny you should mention this subject.

    This article made me laugh a few days ago. The writer is so far up his/her arse... plus, there's no mention of services like Fiverr, which introduce another tier in the logo design hierarchy.

    Logo Design, But Not Like This – The Logo Creative© ✏ – Medium

    It can only be a matter of time before the talented designers fight over the same sort of niche as bespoke fashion designers, and the rest of the market is serviced by free/cheap as chips providers.

    It's an ideal career option for someone with a bit of artistic flair in a third world country, for example. As long as they've got access to a reasonable internet connection and a decent pc capable of running a few hooky Adobe applications, they're laughing. No other overheads.
     
  6. Wolveryeti

    Wolveryeti Young Lethargio

    I'm guessing it's 'free' to create the logo but you don't have any copyright. So a few years down the line they can look up all these businesses and decide how much they can get away with extorting. Quite a clever business model!
     
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  7. editor

    editor Taffus Maximus

    Some of the logos for the most famous companies in the world are devastatingly simple.

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    Years ago - before the internet - some people thought that the logo had to convey much more info about a company than it does now, but with brand values being established across multiple channels (social media/web etc) it's nowhere near as important. Moreover, because logos have to be used in multiple sizes (mobile/web icons etc) super fiddly ones are likely to be far less effective.
     
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  8. weltweit

    weltweit Well-Known Member

    Years ago I had a simple logo which irritated me.

    Our Ad Agency wonks had devised it in a Mac only font, so we had to keep going back to them for variations on the theme and couldn't easily integrate it with Windows programs in things like letterheads.

    I changed it to a similar windows font, and shortly after that we dropped the agency.
     

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