11 Mistakes Customers Make When Getting a Logo

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15 Responses

  1. to be honest I bet there are lots of cases of almost-identical logos where it was completely accidental, especially with very simple ones.

  2. Alex Ionescu says:

    I agree there are some coincidences, but in 90% of the cases this is not the case.

  3. Andy Hulme says:

    Nice read man, GJ.

    Also props for bringing TinEye to my attention, I’ll get some use out of that 🙂

  4. princess says:

    Now that’s what I call a quality article you got there. Thanks for sharing these tips. 🙂

  5. Reshmi says:

    The facts you point out here very much practical. It happens mainly when a company makes its first logo. So your article may help them a lot and the designers also go through this article because they have to be conscious at those points. Thanks for sharing the superb stuff.

  6. Dean Fasalo says:

    Fantastic article. I’ve been burned before by ‘designers’ just giving me my company name in a fancy font and expecting me to be satisfied with their attempt at a ‘logo’.

    I know better now what to look for.

    Cheers!

  7. Esspweb192 says:

    Excellent article … Thank you!

  8. first thing to look at when you get your logo is to see if it already exists in istockphoto

  9. essle web says:

    Good article…

  10. Excellent post – I loved the last point about not actually LOOKING at the logo. This is where we get ‘worst logo’ blogs and images.

  11. Robin Bel says:

    yea man .. very well written article about logo mistakes …. hope designers read this and learn more about there designs UK Logo Design

  12. سمير الشافعى says:

    شكرى وتقديرى لهذا الموقع العملاق

  13. JAT Source says:

    great post.never think about it.

  14. Antti Laakso says:

    Quite many of these mistakes also applies to the CrazyLeaf logo. Just saying.

  15. cometesta says:

    80% of statistics mean nothing

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