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Unsurprisingly, they don't cover the history of logo competitions in the piece.
Well done 'digital'mentary.
The art of the logo is not lost! I designed one or two logos in my design journey, and it was a design method of steps. First, it entailed picking a small company for a client and drawing hundreds of small minature sketches on pages of trace. Then when I was through with my idea juice, I narrowed it down to my three best logos to show the client. In order to present to the client, I redrew larger on three sheets of trace: one on a single sheet, and continued to render them on the computer. After the clients presentation and chosen piece, I made the computer rendering image photo ready and gave the material to the client to use in their medias.
The fun of the logo is in their articulate detail and psychology. A logo truly cognitively visually connects one in signage of a brands image by style, color, illustration, and perhaps the most sophisticated, movement in animation.
I can't imagine myself being a logo specialist only in that product, as it goes along with the making of company identity, but there are some of those out there. I didn't get into logo design competitions, or design competitions in my training, but they we're a vehicle in school to make a name and get into the business side. It has always been hard to get well trained to the point that you could design in your sleep, and be paid as a career choice. It is not for everyone!
Anywho, I enjoy different design focus documentaries online, and believe it is important to keep design education alive. It is a great source of resourcing! Computer use as a platform has gotten huge in the last decade especially, and must become more specialized to not jam and stream steady.
Companies rfp for logos? Or they should. As online should rfp for lacking content on certain topics, specifics.
Design competitions are meant to get into design school. To set apart those who are qualified and serious contenders from the average. That's really all. There is really no issue with design competitions; I think everyone just took it personal and got touchy be ause of the economy and it is different when it effects your monies, and some design and artisan jobs are low budget.
If we don’t know it’s out there, we can’t put it up for the city to see. We’re happy to give full credit or keep things anonymous.
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