Continuing on from the last installment in this series of articles, “Surviving logo design in the real world,” Felix writes about the components of a logo – symbols and wordmarks. As designers, we should all know the difference between a wordmark logo and a symbol based logo. When designing logos, designers will likely aspire to design symbol […]
The primary goal of a logo is to communicate a brand. If done properly, the logo should be a singular representation of that organization as well as an element of a brand’s foundation. Furthermore, a logo can even echo the direction of a company or show a nature that the company wants to show. It should not only embody the above, but be a single, recognizable symbol to which reverence may be attached, or convey the core belief or meaning.
The primary goal of a logo is to communicate a brand. If done properly, the logo should be a singular representation of that organization as well as an element of a brand’s foundation.