Arts, Media & Communications

Logo Development: Identity Delivery

In part three of the three-part Logo Development series Bill Gardner takes you through the final stage of identity design, where visual brands can be made or lost: delivery. Logos aren’t designed in a vacuum, and in this course, learn how to consider other elements such as context, fonts, colors, materials, textures, pattern, illustrations, photography style, visual vocabulary, and more. Bill explains why you must consider all applications and situations in which that logo will exist–the visual brand–in order to successfully deliver a design. Brand cues provide context for the consumer to educate, inform, build allegiance, and even sway decisions. Learn how to break down these elements with examples crafted by identity design leaders, and how they create the richest, most creative, and valued brand systems.

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