After you fall in love with a logo design and before you invest hundreds of dollars putting it on stationary, t-shirts, trucks, signage, pens and coffee mugs, make sure the logo will look good in those applications.
A simple logo with only one or two colors will look good in nearly all applications, but logos with complex illustrations and four or more colors will probably look like an unrecognizable blob when they are shrunk down and put on pens and embroidered on Polo shirts. They will most likely need major revisions to work in small applications.
To avoid having to make revisions after you have chosen a final logo design, make sure it will work for all your applications before making a final decision. If you're not sure, the logo designers or experts you're working with will probably be able to tell you what will and will not work.
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LogoWorks is the largest corporate identity design firm in the world with over 10,000 customers in over 65 countries and 200 logo designers. We wanted to take some of the extensive knowledge of our designers and make it available to designers throughout the world.
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