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23 Happy St. George’s Day
Apr
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Saint George’s Day is the feast day of Saint George and the National Day for England, although it is not an official national holiday in England. It is celebrated by various Christian churches and by the several nations, kingdoms, countries, and cities of which Saint George is the patron saint. Saint George’s Day is celebrated on 23 April, the traditionally accepted date of Saint George’s death in 303 AD. For Eastern Orthodox Churches (which use the Julian calendar), ’23 April’ currently falls on 6 May of the Gregorian calendar.

St. George is the patron saint of England. His emblem, a red cross on a white background, is the flag of England, and part of the British flag. St George’s emblem was adopted by Richard The Lion Heart and brought to England in the 12th century. The king’s soldiers wore it on their tunics to avoid confusion in battle.

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31 Happy New Year from The Logo Designs Team
Dec
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New Year is the time to cherish old bonds and welcome a new dawn of hope, happiness and prosperity. We always shared camaraderie with our readers and wishing it remains just the same. We also take in 2013 resolution to make our readers even more happy with valuable blog posts.

Here’s wishing that your New Year rewards you with all that you wish. Happy 2013 to all of you!

   
24 Merry Christmas from The Logo Designs Team
Dec
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As the world sings praises to the Lord and is filled with cheer, we feel blessed to wish our loyal blog readers a Merry Christmas Day and a wonderful season sparkling with the best gifts of life.

 

 

   
26 5 Common Mistakes in Logo Designing
Nov
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A logo speaks volumes about a brand identity. It is the brand image of an organization, which helps a brand to consolidate its foothold in the business domain. In logo designing, mistakes that occur often knowingly or unknowingly can make or mar a brand image. Checking out the key points that should be avoided at all cost:

  • The business owners should not rely on the amateur designers, no matter how cheap they offer their services. They lack expertise, experience and the professional touch which a business sign needs
  • Trends are best ignored by the ace designers as playing up with what’s in and what’s out is not safe for a brand identity and image
  • Using vector graphics is preferable as it assures visual consistency in varying sizes. Raster graphics, consisting of pixels cause disruptions during reproduction.
  • Paying heed to the inputs of the clients is essential as the designers are drafting the business sign for a client, not for themselves
  • A logo should be simple and unique but not bordering on generic. Overtly complex logo designs should be avoided as people love to ponder, but not too much, for deciphering a business sign
   
19 Handwritten Logo – Simple Yet So Elegant
Nov
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Mattel’s ‘Barbie’ – the fashion doll, which is everyone’s favorite. Have you taken a close look at the Barbie logo? Yes, it is perhaps the most simple and beautiful example of handwritten logo. Disney is another in the league of handwritten logos that has captured the fancy of kids and adults alike. The cursive stylization of these two logos are so very impressive and eye-catching!

Lends a Personal Touch
Handwritten logos are so very creative! These text based logos are dubbed as signature logos. Many corporate houses prefer handwritten logos because company name can be best reflected , thereby establishing a personal connect with the clients and customers.

They are original and has no match elsewhere because it springs out from the creative and emotional thought process of a graphic designer. Simplicity lies in their comprehensibility – the straightforward approach has made this particular logo design a class in itself. It is here to stay as amazing and inspiring logo trend!

   
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