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One bright noon, the Prince of Farlands was thinking about making the world’s best custom logo design in the backyard. His static eyeballs seemed to pierce through the 7 knights training the soldiers at a little distance. The King of Farlands, standing in the loggia, released a sigh of relief, assuming that his son has finally given up the idea of making the world’s best custom logo design.
‘Prepare the backyard for the Prince of Farlands and his cousins. The knights will train them from tomorrow’, ordered the King of Farlands.
Since then, the Prince attended trainings every morning and worked at a logo design agency during nighttime to achieve his dream. And then, he thought to implement the lessons of knights on his logo designing practices.
Lesson 01: Make Your Battlefield Strategies Adaptable
Make Your Logo Design Adaptable
Your logo is the pictorial representation of the brand brief. A business logo is printed on business cards, mugs, letterheads, web, banners, etc. A simple vector design is easy to adapt and implement in all types of media campaigns.
Lesson 02: Stick With the Roots
Start With Simplest, Basic Blue Print
Pick the characteristics of brand from the brief. Keeping the characteristics in mind, draw a basic blue print. Play with the basic design to modify it and make it unique.
Lesson 03: Each War is Different, And So Are Your Strategies
Each Brand is Different, and so Are the Logo Designs
A logo design should be relevant to the brand and reflect its policies. Only then, the logo will attract brand-relevant audience. Prioritize the policies and mission statement of a brand over its industry to design a logo that stands out.
Lesson 04: An Iconic Victory Leaves Behind a Timeless Legacy
An Iconic Logo is Memorable and Recognizable
Keep it simple and emotionally-impulsive. Invoke customer loyalty by depicting the brand’s legacy and promises in the logos. Simpler logos are easier to remember and recognize.