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Green Logos

January 10th, 2010

These days, global warming and ecology overall are quite the hot topics and there is no need to say that concern for the environment is a great plus for any company. So how can you show the world your desire to protect the planet?  Getting an appropriate logo is one of the ways.
It is far from true that a logo related to nature is not modern. A professional designer can make a “green” logo cool and edgy. The diversity of nature related logos is stunning as well. Below are a few neat examples of plant themed logos:
Trees are obviously a great theme, after all, what says “green” like a tree? As you will see, there is a great many ways to design a tree themed logo. This particular creator went for a realistic approach: the beautiful tree on this logo looks almost as if it was a photo.

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2012 Olympics logo belongs in the scrap heap

November 24th, 2009

London Olympic logo


So, designers came up with a bad logo. And when I say bad, trust me, I mean it. I have seen 5 years old kids draw things more beautiful than this “work of art”.

And the Olympic Committee somehow approved of that logo design.

And now, people don’t like it. For some mysterious reason.

And all the officials have to say is, “This is surprising”. Way to go, geniuses. I personally find nothing “surprising” in that reaction. This logo is bad. Did I mention that already? Yes I did. But allow me to mention it again, for when something is so mind-bogglingly horrible, saying it is bad just once is certainly not enough.

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Simple brush collection provided by LogoBee

September 18th, 2009

 

Here at LogoBee, we continue to offer our skills and talent by providing the public with royalty free material. We proudly present a new custom set of brushes, which can be used assembled as a complete ornament or taken apart, and used separately in your design project. This file is provided completely in vector in Adobe Illustrator CS3 version. Please click here to download an Illustrator CS3 file complete with a brushes set.

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LogoBee`s second logo design tutorial is released

April 2nd, 2009

Shiny ball tutorialLogoBee`s second logo design tutorial is released 
Immediately following the release of their first logo design tutorial, LogoBee wastes no time before releasing a new one! This new tutorial describes the creation of the shiny sphere. This is an interesting project, encompassing the use of some new techniques such as the gradient mesh tool and transparency. The techniques described apply to Illustrator CS3 and CS4. Once again, we hope that many users will enjoy the tutorial and find it very useful and interesting. Click here to go to the tutorial

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LogoBee releases first logo design tutorial

April 2nd, 2009

LogoBee releases first logo design tutorial

First logo design tutorial
LogoBee proudly announces the release of our first logo design tutorial. We have received numerous inquiries about one popular logo designfrom our portfolio. As a result, a new logo design tutorial has been released to accommodate those requests. Inside, you will find detailed instructions on how to build this image, along with high-res screenshots of the actual workspace in Adobe Illustrator. These techniques apply to Illustrator CS3 and CS4. We hope that this will provide a useful resource for experienced designers and graphic design enthusiasts alike. LogoBee hopes to add many more in the future. Click here to go to the tutorial page

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LogoBee logo design tutorial is now open to public

April 2nd, 2009

 

LogoBee logo design tutorial is now open to public

logo design tutorialLogoBee is a veteran logo design company and has been creating distinctive designs for clients since 2000. The past 10 years have allowed LogoBee designers to optimize their design skills in the field of vector imagery. The company has received worldwide recognition for its achievements, and now feels that this is the time to share its knowledge and expertise in the field of vector logo design technology. LogoBee really hopes that the new section of the website will be helpful to many expert designers and users looking to improve their skills. This section is primarily dedicated to  Adobe Illustrator design techniques. It will feature detailed step by step directions. Each step is covered  with screen shot of the working area. LogoBee plans to update this section on a regular basis and wishes to populate it with many innovative and imaginative solutions. Click here to go to "Logo Design Tutorial"

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Another freebie from LogoBee logo design

April 2nd, 2009

 

Another freebie from LogoBee logo design

Free logo designsLogoBee continues to contribute  to the creative community and the online design world. Once again, we are proud to release another collection of vector-based graphics.Click here to download the Illustrator file. This is a small collection of shiny colorful squares that are completely royalty free and can be used in a wide variety of applications. We hope that by providing free artwork and graphic designs to the world, we can help to make it more colorful, and a much more fun place to live.

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Branding yourself: For better or worse?

March 24th, 2009

 Many important factors go into the creation of corporate identity. What colors are right for us, Fonts? There are many other questions that arise when one is working with logo designs. One question that tends to be overlooked is whether or not your design will be relevant in 5 or even 10 years. More importantly, once a company has established itself with a specific look, feel and brand, it becomes more and more difficult as time goes by to change it. Some companies have enjoyed success without ever having to change their brand image. Kentucky Fried Chicken has used Colonel Sanders in their logo ever since the company was founded. Aside from some updates on their marketing front; Nike would be another good example of a timeless brand-image. Pepsi took a risk in the mid 90s by completely changing their image and logo but did so with alarming success. However, it could have resulted in commercial suicide. If you'll remember, in the 1980's Coca-Cola changed their brand image to Coke. Pepsi then took over top seat in the market shortly thereafter. Some questions to ask yourself if you are thinking about redesigning your logo:

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Free Vector Images by LogoBee Logo Design

January 23rd, 2009

Logo designs vector images
Here at 
LogoBee.com we are constantly working on improving our services and quality of work. LogoBee logo design would like to welcome the beginning of the new year with a free set of shiny marbles completely designed in vector. The Illustrator CS3 version can be downloaded here. This collection can be greatly integrated in to your new site or you may wish to upgrade your old one with these cool new graphics.

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Web Site Navigation and Design

November 23rd, 2008

It seems that one of the hardest things to get right in web design is creating proper layout and navigation. Sometimes a web site will be very rich in content, except that traffic will suffer due to poor navigational structure. In other words, navigation has become one of the key ingredients in developing sustainable, long-term traffic to your site. Your site tree: Often before you even get into the graphical aspects of your site, it is useful to think about the content that you will have for your site and brainstorm possible navigational schemes, otherwise known as site trees. These trees describe the way in which your site branches out into articles, products and services, and any other additional sections you may have. You would be surprised how different tree layouts can be created, but not all are created equal. Read the rest of this entry »

Improved website section

September 29th, 2008

LogoBee.com has a wide spread reputation as one of the top logo design businesses around; but they also offer web solutions. They have improved their website design information section. This feature on the LogoBee website has been around for years but it has just recently received a technical makeover. Vast improvements have been made so that internet surfers can find out all of the information that they desire to get a solid idea about how web design works at LogoBee, Inc.
To begin the web design odyssey there is a group of past website samples that were created by LogoBee in the past. Displaying past design work is a good way to introduce potential clients to the design quality being offered. The next step leads to some general pricing guidelines which can provide businessmen with a fair idea about how much their dream site will end up costing them in the end. Of course, all websites are different so it is always necessary to call in to speak with one of the professional about getting an accurate price quote.
Our web solutions coordinator, Tim, is always happy to help out individual interested in having a website created for them. He states that, “Working on the cutting edge of web solutions technology is fascinating. It is always satisfying to have the ability to offer people effective solutions at a minimum cost.” Tim’s enthusiasm for his work transfers in to the quality of support that he provides; past client Wesley Geys had this to say about Tim:
LogoBee’s professionalism is top notch. Communication with Tim was prompt and reliable. The design process was fantastic. It went really smooth and all the main items were discussed and understood before they went to design. I would absolutely recommend LogoBee to anyone needing a logo design or website.
If interested browsers are not ready to phone in for an actual consultation they can always read over the ‘Process’ section that is available. This seven step overview will provide a general knowledge regarding the process that website design follows. So, regardless of your level of interest in getting your ideal website created for you; the LogoBee website is a phenomenal place to stop by.

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Precious Memories Monuments Launches New Business

August 15th, 2008

Precious Memories Monuments recently launched their new business and website. They offer assistance to people who desire to honor the memory of their loved ones with a memorial. After obtaining all required licenses and endorsements, the Precious Memories Monuments website is up with their fresh logo design from LogoBee logo design.
Today’s gravestone dimensions and designs must meet stringent cemetery regulations. The sales agents at Precious Memories Monuments are very proficient at assisting a customer with personalizing a memorial while coordinating their design wishes between the cemetery and the granite-bronze manufacturer.  The result is a smooth approval, manufacture and installation process. Precious Memories Monuments also have a large selection of bronze and hand-crafted wood urns that can be personalized. All of this is offered at a fraction of the cost that cemeteries and funeral homes charge.
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WVCS hosts 24th Annual Picnic in the Park Fund Raiser

July 6th, 2008

Chance to show new logo design September the 6th will see the 24th annual Picnic in the Park hosted by West Valley Community Services, Inc. (WVCS) at the Cupertino Civic Center Plaza. This is a fundraising event to help support WCVS so that it may continue offering valuable non-profit services. This event will take a considerable amount of preparation, especially since they will be marketing their new logo design donated to them by LogoBee just prior to this event. However, WVCS does not shy away from hard work. WVCS is a non-profit organization; that is why they are required to host fundraising drives and events. They offer valuable services to the Santa Clara County area such as: food, shelter, clothes, affordable housing and financial assistance. In order for a fundraising event to be successful the general public must get involved. This requires a certain degree of public recognition for the non-profit group. This is why WVCS applied to the Annual LogoBee Logo Design Makeover Contest last December. Having a brand that is easy to remember is helpful when hosting events like the Picnic in the Park. The Picnic in the Park will involve a silent and live auction; and a BBQ sponsored by the generous people at the Outback Steakhouse. The event should be fun for all participants who attend.  So if you are in the area please drop by and help contribute to a worthwhile cause. Keep your eyes open for event posters with the new “Health – Home – Heart” logo design for more details about this event.

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LogoBee unleashes explosive new ‘BundleBee’ Package this spring

June 18th, 2008

LogoBee, Inc. did not hibernate during the cold winter; rather they brainstormed and created arguably the best graphic design package available.  LogoBee took their top-quality logo, web and stationery design services and mixed them all together to form the ‘BundleBee’, which explodes on to the scene with the force of a supernova!
LogoBee has established a stellar reputation in the logo design world.  They have over eight years of artistic experience; and have taken top honors in the Summit Creative Awards and American Design awards.  Their web design department’s reputation has been soaring since it was added to their list of graphic design services.  The new ‘BundleBee’ melds these two incredible marketing elements together allowing customers to obtain the best that the graphic design universe has to offer!
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Heart Warming Feature on CNN Money

March 13th, 2008

The article is a remarkable story about a young man with epilepsy who took a hobby of his and created a successful business called Anthony’s Beehive.  Montreal based graphic design company LogoBee, Inc was very proud to learn about their client’s recent feature in FORTUNE Small Business on CNN Money.    Anthony’s Beehive was a pleasure to work with on their logo design and website projects; and their journey is a touching story for all readers.
LogoBee was moved by the story of Anthony’s Beehive; the story hit close to home since the chief LogoBee coordinator working on their logo design and web design projects, Tim Liboiron, also has epilepsy.  Tim feels strongly that Anthony’s odyssey is a tale that needs to be spread.  Tim worked on this project vigorously to see Anthony receive the logo design and website that best portrayed Anthony’s Beehive.
The feature basically covers Anthony’s story starting from his birth and ending at running his successful business today.  Born with epilepsy, Anthony’s concerned parents Tony and Terri were worried about his future.  Tony returned to school so that he could get a teaching job in order to hire additional care for his son.  While in grade three Anthony asked his parents to add bees to the farm that they ran on the side.  His interest in bees and their honey led to selling honey to the local shops.  One day his parents noticed an entrepreneur course offered at the local high school.  The benefits of this course plus Anthony’s incredible people skills helped take his hobby and expand it into a successful business.  Anthony’s interest in bees and their unique produce was the reason for his creation of multi flavored lip balms which included the ingredients honey and beeswax.  This passion has kept Anthony experimenting with new lip balm flavors and has established Anthony’s Beehive with its twenty flavors of lip balm, as a fascinating business.
Please go to the CNN Money website to read the full feature on this remarkable business and the wonderful young man who lends it his name.  LogoBee urges all entrepreneurs to read this story for the inspiration required to make their dreams come true.  The article can be found at: http://money.cnn.com/2008/03/04/smbusiness/buzz_honey.fsb/index.htm

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