Logo Design Blog

Let's say you decide to start a new business and you are now looking to get a new logo for your company. You have settled that you will search a ready made logo available on the internet. You open a browser, go to google and search for "ready made logo designs".

We're in the middle of the summer and many people have taken some time off to enjoy the summer vacation. But what about those who make these vacations reality?

People are unique in so many different ways. From the way they talk, walk and work, people are one of a kind. Businesses are the same. It doesn't matter if there are a dozen other businesses that do the same thing, each company will have a slightly different take on what it means to do a certain thing.

Congratulations! Now you have a new logo design! The designer just sent it to you, you have a bunch of files and (hopefully) a nice PDF file with your logo guide. Now what? What do you do with it? You know you should use it, but you wonder, how?

For those of you who live under a rock or have no idea what date it is, let me remind you that today it's STAR WARS day! Inspired by the now famous greeting "May the force be with you", the day is unique in may aspects. Disney comes up with Star Wars specials and around the world people show their appreciation to the beloved movie series by creating awesome movies, cartoons, graphics and whatnot.

One of the advantages of getting a ready made logo is that you can quickly decide if you like the logo or not. When you buy a custom made logo design, chances are that the process is tedious, unsure and requires quite a bit of involvement. The results are, granted, very good, if the logo designer is capable, patient and knows what he's doing.

The second riding experience of my life was last Saturday. It really felt like the first one by the end of it, the same soreness of the rear end and the same exhilarating feeling. In the group of five horses with their riders mine was the third. I had a little horse who was actually a mare by the name of Kate. I don’t know what was up with her.