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Kobe Bryant NBA Logo Design Proposal

January 28th, 2020

 

We were very touched by Kobe Bryant story. Our eyes were caught by an online petition to update the official NBA logo with an image of Kobe. Our designers were quick to create few mock-ups of what the logo may look like with images of Kobe`s silhouette in the logo.

One of the greatest players has rightfully earned his place in world`s history. He is well known and appreciated by many of us, even people far from sports knew his shining personality and smile.

Our deepest sympathy and condolences go to everyone who was touched by this tragic event.

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5 ways of ordering a logo design online

January 20th, 2020

To no one’s surprise, in the modern digital world, more and more services are offered online. Logo design is one of the most popular services provided online, consequently, there are many options you can turn to when it comes to getting your design created. It’s important to take them all into consideration and weigh them to make sure you’re getting the best value for your money.

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LogoBee Christmas Discount

December 6th, 2019

Enjoy our Christmas Discount on logo design services! Call Us: 1 888 905 6462 or Chat with Us

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The Ultimate Guide For Web Design Psychology

December 2nd, 2019

Consistently providing exciting content on your web page is an excellent way to attract regular visitors. However, there are a couple of subliminal elements that need to be used in the web design to boost traffic. These elements are psychological, resulting in the visitors not realizing what keeps attracting them to the site.

 

To create a visually engaging site that keeps visitors returning, attention needs to be paid to a couple of essential web design areas that will make your website stand out in the already crowded digital landscape. First, let us have an understanding of what web design psychology essentially is.

 

Web design psychology is getting to know how visitors feel when they visit your site. That is, designing your website in a manner that engages the feelings of visitors either consciously or subconsciously. This understanding helps to improve and positively influence the traffic your website generates.

 

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Black Friday Discount

November 25th, 2019

Black Friday Promotion!

To Get the Discount on our logo design services!

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Logo design trends to look out for in 2020

October 15th, 2019

A logo isn’t just a small image you add to your website header for the sake of filling in a blank space. A logo is a crucial branding element that helps your business stand out and encompasses in a few pixels the essence of your products and services. Looking back at the history and evolution of logo design, many trends have come and gone and brands have learned to adapt. Now that 2020 is almost here, it’s time to look at the most interesting logo design trends and see how you can revamp your old logo to keep up with competitors.

 

Adaptive logo design

Like web design, logo design needs to be chosen depending on the device that people use to view your website. According to a TechJury analysis, there will be 2.87 billion smartphone users in 2020. Moreover, 63% of smartphone users have made at least one purchase at their device and use it to interact with brands. Naturally, your logo has to be optimized for mobile users, but does this mean that you should neglect all other platforms? Not at all. Adaptive logo design is one of the trends that marketers have been looking forward to the most, because it allows you to use different versions of a logo, depending on the device of the end-user.

 

For example, here’s how these famous brands optimize their logo from desktop to mobile:

Source: diony.co.uk

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5 Convincing Reasons You Need to Write Logo Design Brief

September 25th, 2019

When it comes to creating a logo, the design brief is just as important as the design itself. The design brief is a document that includes the objectives and strategies applied for a particular project. It gives the designer a clear idea of what needs to be done and outlines the overall project.

Without a logo design brief, the designer you hire will be in the dark about your needs. The brief does not necessarily need to contain design ideas, but it has to tell the designer what your objectives and outcomes are, allowing them to express their creativity and help you achieve those goals.

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8 Steps How To Write The Perfect Logo Design Brief

September 16th, 2019

 

You decided that your brand new business needs a brand new logo. The only problem is that you are not a designer and want a professional to do the job for you. The easiest solution is to create a logo design brief that will help you find the best designer for the job. Here are ten steps hot to write the perfect logo design brief.

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Top Tips to Create a Logo That Wins Customers Over

August 9th, 2019

Creating a logo is the beginning of building your brand’s identity. Most people mistakenly consider that it’s an easy task. However, making a perfect logo that win customers’ hearts is much more than a fancy font and pretty color combination.

Image: pexels.com

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Wine Bottle Logo Design

July 10th, 2019

 

LogoBee is one of the oldest custom logo design firms on-line. As a result, it has delivered thousands of custom logos worldwide for a wide variety of businesses. One of a very popular design requests is a wine bottle logo design. Just recently LogoBee was recognized as one of Top Bottle Graphic & Print Design Agency by DesignRush community.

 

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Get more free goodies through our Logo Design Maker!

November 27th, 2018

 

As we speak, our free Logo Maker tool is growing. We are constantly adding new templates and upgrading our system. As our special gift for you this holiday season, we have introduced a free social media kit including logo files for all major social media sites. The logo kit contains a Transparent PNG and files for use with Facebook, LinkedIn, Instagram, Twitter, Pinterest, Google+ and Youtube. You can upload them directly to your account profile on these sites without any hassle. The images are centered and adjusted to fit the format. We hope you enjoy our Logo Maker system and this new package, and submit your feedback to us.

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3000+ free editable logo design templates from LogoBee

October 9th, 2018

 

LogoBee is proud to release its brand new Logo Design Maker tool. While custom logo design has always been and remains our focus, an oft-overlooked aspect of our business is our selection of pre-made logo templates, perfect for the startup company on a tight budget. Our entire impressive collection of approximately 3000 logos has been made available to download free of charge including logo files for all major social media sites. SVG Vector files for the printing use are available for only $39. This collection contains logos fit for corporations, hi-tech companies, medical suppliers, law firms, environmental companies and phone apps – among others – and is continuously being expanded, ever widening the possibilities available to our clients.

 

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A new logo design half-price promotion for every company from A to Z

October 2nd, 2018

 

Since the year 2000, LogoBee has been one of the top providers of custom logos created by in-house designers. Right now, for a limited time, LogoBee is launching what may be the biggest promotion in its 18-year existence.

Until the promotion ends, every day will be dedicated to a specific letter that will be displayed on LogoBee’s Promotions page: https://www.logobee.com/logo-design-promotion.php. Any company ordering a custom logo design package on that day is entitled to receive a whopping 50% discount on LogoBee’s services, provided its name starts with the letter displayed that day. Letters will change daily at midnight, cycling through the entire alphabet in order, making it easy for any company to take full advantage of this offer – just check the page regularly and don’t miss the day your letter appears!

 

Yes, you read that right – 50% off on any custom logo design package created in-house by our professional logo designers. With this deal, every day, someone’s a winner!

 

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Checkmating: 2018 World Chess Championships logo evokes a sexual position

January 9th, 2018

What comes to mind when you think of chess? Quiet intensity, tactics and combinations, predicting the opponent’s next move, the ultimate battle of wits? If you said “steaming hot sex”, either you have a very interesting fetish or you are the designer of the logo for the 2018 World Chess Championships in London. Maybe both.

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26 best cursive Google fonts for logo design

November 1st, 2017

From logos to business cards, websites to brochures, a font can make or break a medium. The right font can draw attention to your material and make it pleasant to read. But where can you find cool and unique fonts without having to pay extra for them?

Google’s font collection is an amazing resource for beginner designers and pros alike. With 846 fonts in more than 135 languages currently available and more to come, you are certain to find a font for any occasion. Every font in the collection is completely free to download, so even low-budget projects need not compromise on font quality.

We at LogoBee have decided to compile 26 of the most beautiful cursive and brush Google fonts for you, from very formal and elegant script fonts such as Monsieyr La Doulaise and Roundhands to cool vintage fonts such as Lobster and Pacifico. Enjoy the primal, earthen beauty of Rock Salt, the fine, ethereal charm of Euphoria, and many other fonts that will help you add a personal touch to your projects.

 

1. Arizonia font

https://fonts.google.com/specimen/Arizonia

 

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