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David J. Airey

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Logo Design Love

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Logo Design Love

5121 Maryland Way Suite 300

Brentwood, Tennessee,37027

United States

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Anyone involved in creating visual identities, or wanting to learn how to go about it, will find this book invaluable....more

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10 Best Graphic Design Blogs Today - WebyLife

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Created by expert brand designer David Airey, Logo Design Love has an authentic voice and a penchant for relevance.


VonFires. Adele van Vuuren, Illustrator & Designer

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7 Killer Tips For Logo Design - Web designers in Lagos

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"What's important is to create something that you believe is different from anything already out there," David Airey
"What's important is to create something that you believe is different from anything already out there," David Airey, a graphic designer and creator of website Logo Design Love says. According to Airey, a logo consists of two elements: A wordmark and a symbol. And the design won't be classed as iconic because it doesn't have the reach of multinational businesses," Airey says.


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30min Design Consultation with Logo Designer, David Airey
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Book Review: Logo Design Love by David Airey
Just in case you have not heard of David Airey, here is the bio published on the back of the book: A self-employed graphic designer from Northern Ireland, David Airey writes two of the most popular graphic design blogs on the internet: www.davidairey.com and www.logodesignlove.com. David's blogs have attracted hundreds of thousands of loyal fans who read and are inspired by his writing every day. David then poses the question: How many logos do you see through out the day? Before then taking pictures of all the branding he sees in the first 33 minutes of his day - 33 in fact. Davidson Logo by David Airey Davidson Locksmith logo by David Airey. After reading this chapter it's clear that David really knows his stuff and some of the content is really superb. There's a lot of "aha! David even lists the questions he asks and some information about the type of answers you want to get. Henri Ehrhart Logo by David Airey David explains what you should do that might differ from the usual steps and the different ways in which to go about redesign and common pitfalls, again valuable information. Into chapter eight, and the subject moves on to interacting with clients, or "the art of the conversation" as David puts it. This is a pretty hefty chapter covering different ways of getting your point across, but also not being too pushy. David points out a logo in which a client's favourite design for a logo he was doing was not the one he preferred - but he accepted that with hindsight it does suit the firm more. Many common issues made by both client and designer are covered here and David makes some points - I found that when you read them you realise that it is just common sense but often people do something without actually realising. Vissumo logo by David Airey Vissumo logo by David Airey Chapter nine covers the million dollar question - how to stay motivated, including lots of tips from not just David himself but also other logo designers. If I'm honest, there was nothing here that was particularly amazing, nothing that has not been said already, but still some valuable information. In Chapter ten David takes questions that he gets commonly asked on Twitter or via his blog and answers them, in a lot of detail. Questions range from copyright issues, to getting work, to dealing with problem clients and a whole lot more. I felt this chapter to be invaluable as it takes questions that multiple people have asked - many of which I would ask myself, and it's great to see David taking the time to respond. Often things that might not make it into a book are brought up when doing this format for a chapter and it's really worthwhile. Finally to end it off Chapter eleven is "25 Practical Logo Design Tips" which I found to essentially be a summary of the book and the key points to take away with you and having it at the end is a great reminder for some of those things you read earlier that might have slipped your mind. David ends with a small section with some design resources - mainly books that he would recommend.


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