Logo and Identity Design Resources November 2010

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November is coming to an end (where did the year go?) and it is that time again where I like to share some of the best logo and identity design resources for the month.

In no particular order, here are five of my favourite reads (or links) for the month.

1. Why a bigger logo can harm your brand via IdApostle

Can a logo be too big? You bet. How big is too big. Head over to IdApostle and read this poignant article by Steve Zelle.

2. Responding to spec work requests via David Airey

This post already has over 1000 retweets and well over 100 comments, so if you missed it, I am not sure how you did. Perhaps the best response to a spec-work request ever written. Bravo David Airey, Bravo.

3. Logo Process – Brokers Direct Insurance Logo Design via Imjustcreative

Graham Smith writes some of the most detailed logo design process posts online, and this one is no exception. From the brief to sketching to typography, this post covers it all.

4. Logo Design FUBAR via The Logo Factory

A highly entertaining and informative post about managing clients and client expectations during a logo design project.

5. How low can your logo go? via HowLowLogo

How Low Can Your Logo Go is an “anti-design competition” where contestants are called on to submit their worst possible logo for a fake client. Its all a bit of harmless fun brought to you by design studio Fuzzco. If you would like to enter you will need to hurry because the deadline is December 8th.


So that’s it for another month.

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