May 1, 2008

Requirement s for logo

  • Who is your audience?

    Determine which people will view this logo and their interests? What is the product of the company.

  • What do competitors' logos look like?

    Take a look at some competitors of the company for which you're designing the logo. How can you make a logo that stands out in a positive way?

  • Deside the format for the logo.

    Since we’re designing logos for the World Wide Web, you’ll need to create either JPEG or GIF images that are 72 dpi, and use RGB color mode. If these logos were for print work, you’d want to use no less than 300 dpi, and use CMYK color mode.