So I am currently working on designing a logo for a new excavating company called BOSS Excavating. To create a “big, tough, and raw” feel, I have used a strong, sans-serif font in all capitals. I’ve created a rough, metallic texture for the font to convey the rawness of the company. I also included a small excavator vector on the third style to add a graphical element.
Along with the type-based logos, I have also created an insignia-style logo. You can see both here below, so let me know what you think. I would love to hear your thoughts. Its time to exercise your Logo Sense….1..2..3……GO!
If you need a logo or social media graphics designed, please contact me through the Contact/Hire Me! page.
I offer my services at a very affordable rate, and will work with you (presenting you with drafts and taking direction) until I have created a logo or graphics that you or your business can be proud of.
I have a passion for logo design and have designed several logos for various businesses. These include Petromanas Energy Inc., as well as the Vancouver Island Criminal Justice Association (recently finished 1st in their logo contest). Below are these two logos:
If you or your business is in need of a logo design, message me and we can get started!
All logo designers have got to start somewhere, and there’s no better place to start than taking a look at other logos to see what looks good, and what doesn’t.
The most common thing that you will notice is that many logos are way to complicated. Companies or designers tend to think that logos have to be fancy and flashy in order to make an impression. This is wrong.
The best way to make an impression is to keep things simple. Timelessness is everything, and if people don’t have to think when they look at your logo, the odds of them remembering it go through the roof.
With that being said, below is a link to a great video for beginners to see what is effective in logo design and what is not.