Are you finding it hard to design a good logo? Do you not know where to start when designing a logo? It doesn't take pure genius to develop such a perfect logo for your brand but it does take a little bit of creativity.
I have designed many logos for different people in association with bands, indie music companies, et cetera - as well as my own and I have always learned to develop on my designs. There are some aspects you need to understand before actually creating the logo. Here is a list of questions you need to consider asking yourself:
After your thought about answering these questions, then you can go ahead and have an idea of what your logo may look like. For example, if your business is to sell guitars, then create some form of a guitar for you logo that can be part of your text. Or, if you are a freelance music producer, add a taste of the genre of music you specialise in your font and maybe add vector art that displays a keyboard.
But that isn't all, to develop a perfect logo, you need to have many to chose from. So, I suggest creating at least 5 different logos, then revise these logos and develop on one particular logo more by; altering the position of text, changing the font, moving the inserted image or adjust the colours of the design. But do not try to copy another logo as it is not good for branding and it is definitely not going to be acceptable for legal reasons.
Overall, in order to create a unique looking logo, you need to use your creativity. Don't be shy to produce any design that comes to mind and enhance that design as you go along. You can check out my Image Gallery for different designs I have created.
D-Funkdafied (Daniel J. Hill)