If you own a company, then you probably have thought about putting together a logo. This logo, in many ways, if the face of your brand. It should be something memorable, unique, and it should be representative of your company’s mission. When you’ve chosen the right logo for your needs, you can get it placed on all of your cases and shipping containers so that people will know who you are. Today we’re going to be talking a little bit about what logos can do for your business and how you can put one together. Reay to learn more about logos? Well, let’s do it.
What can a logo do for your business?
A logo is the face of your brand. People remember logos, even when they’re bad ones. However, when a logo is poorly designed, the customer may remember the company in a negative way rather than a positive one. A bad logo is likely to be laughed at, but not purchased. A lot of people buy things when they like the label, so you should spare a few thoughts to how you’re going to design yours. It could put you on the map.
So, how can you make a great logo?
The fundamentals of a good logo combine two things: Meaning and Design. Your logo should really have both things. Good design principles are all about balance and having a good color palate. Your colors should be catchy without being obnoxious. You should definitely make sure that your logo reflects the culture, intent, and style of your company. Happy designing!
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Advanced Packaging, Inc. was established over 40 years ago with the mission of engineering and delivering the highest quality shipping and cushioning systems available. Since then our worldwide customer base has grown to include those in the military, government, commercial and industrial business sectors, as well as many other industries. API’s local clients value our convenience to the Washington, DC tech corridor.
Not only do we make custom cases for every type of industry, API is also equipped with the latest in quality assurance and process control monitoring technology, including drop testing, protecting your electronic equipment from unforeseen accidents and events. Our team of craftsmen regularly build and then test a variety complex electronic assemblies.