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Design Focus: Logo First

If the previous featured designs were practically wordless and filled with imagery, this week it’s all about the branding and their huge wordmarks splashed on the first screenful on their websites, above the fold. Is this web design trend more effective than the other one?

Design Focus: Animated Logos

The next avenue for interactivity are logos that look brilliant in both static and animated states. Get inspired here.

30 Outstanding Progress Illustrations for Icon & Logo Designs

In the past I’ve seen hundreds of progress illustrations related to logos and icons posted onto Dribbble. These are often shared by designers who wish to give some insight towards their creative process. These shots allow us to peek behind the curtain and see how a typical icon is designed from pencil and paper into […]

Friday Focus 07/30/10: Centered Seals

Sites usually place logos at the top left corner of the page, but nudge them to the center and it makes quite an impact, as a red wax seal does on a white letter envelope. Let’s check out sites with centered logos on this week’s Friday Focus.

Friday Focus 09/26/08: Unmistakably Girly Illustrations

We have unmistakably girly illustrations here on this week’s Friday Focus! Girl power, baby!

Constructing the Perfect Logo

Logos are the keys to success – the starting point for branding of any kind. But how can you put one together that stands out, and creates an original rememberable icon for your site? Today, we’re breaking down some of the best rated logos on Colin and David’s Logopond, and focusing on what makes them great. We’ll also take a look at more larger, well known logos, and see what has made them work.