Take a look at these creative and simple logos!
The 1950′s through the 1970′s were a strange time in advertising. Women were stuck in the kitchen, casual racism was abundant and crazy ads were everywhere. Below is a list of crazy vintage ads that will make you grateful for modern standards, or perhaps nostalgic for the ‘good ole days’. While reading this list, imagine if you would, each crazy ad’s impact on the public if it were to run unedited in popular print publications today. Without further ado (as if most of you even read this paragraph) here are 10 Crazy Ads from History, a vintage lesson in ridiculous marketing.
The Google homepage today features a cartoon homage to a range of famous films, including “Spartacus,” “West Side Story,” “Man With the Golden Arm,” and the immortal Hitchcock thriller “Vertigo.” What do all those movies have in common? They all feature the work of the pioneering designer and artist Saul Bass, who did for the opening credit montage what Rodin (another recent Google doodle honoree) did for sculpture.
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Zine’s are going to be due before you know it, heres a great tutorial on how to do a pamphlet stitch.
Logo Design Process Start To Finish
How I designed the Runnable logo
The KJ Method was one approach I used to figure out the things that really matter to the company.
Logo Design Inspiration
From the mind mapping I’ll try to focus on 3 different directions for a first round cut of ideas and to get initial feedback from the key steakholders, in this case the rest of the team.
Come Up With 3 Different Ideas
Note: I recommend not showing all your sketches/ideas, especially the ones you don’t like. It’s very likely someone will like one of these.
Focus On One Chosen Idea
Experiment With Type
Experiment With Colours
I did a sanity check to make sure something similar does exist, and purchased the font(Parisine Sombre) that I decided to go with.
- Play glyph to represent running, or starting something. Runnable runs server-side code in the browser.
- The multiple overlapping circles represent discovery and activity. We aim to help developers discover code, APIs, modules and rapidly prototype.
As I finalize my projects for Kerry’s Advance Design class, I sat back for a moment and was just amazed at all I have done this semester! It is really quite empowering to have it all laid out before me and just look at it and be impressed…