Here, you’ll find a list of 10 don’ts. This isn’t an exhaustive list – but the stuff we’ve left off will probably just make us look like psychos with an ax to grind when it comes to logo design.
About Blue Dozen Design
Blue Dozen Design fires white hot design from their fingers. If you cut them, out comes tiny dragons, pixels, India ink and designola. Just bring them coffee and slowly back away.
“Yeah – I’ve got a logo. You can just grab it off our website.” That’s not something any designer wants to hear. You need a VECTOR version of your logo – especially if you plan on using it anywhere but the web. What does that really mean, and how can you get there? You didn’t think I’d raise a question and not give an (absolutely correct and overly folksy) answer. Come on, I’m not THAT guy…
You work for years to build a good reputation, and then – in the blink of one pissed off (or mentally unstable) customer’s eye – it’s gone. It’s ALL GONE!
First off – don’t freak. Breathe. It’s going to be o.k.
Good Search Engine Optimization starts with an updated, bullet-proofed and regularly maintained and updated website.
As much as I hate to say it, I visit so many websites that have broken bits – Twitter feeds not feeding, pages that are missing, images that have disappeared, logos that are pixellated – the list goes on and on.