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Logo Designing

LOGO DESIGNING49POUNDS

  • Simple
  • Distinct
  • Versatile
  • Scalable
  • Appropriate
  • Targeted
  • Memorable
  • Timeless

There are 3 basic types of logos:

Iconic/Symbolic - Icons and symbols are compelling yet uncomplicated images that are representative of a particular company or product. They use imagery that conveys a literal or abstract representation of your organization. Symbols are less direct than straight text, leaving room for broader interpretation of what the organization represents.

Logotype/Wordmark - A logotype, or “wordmark”, incorporates your brand name into a uniquely styled type font treatment. Type fonts come in endless shapes, sizes and styles, each leaving a different impression. For example, Yahoo! and Google have wordmark logos.

Combination Marks - Combination Marks are logos that have both text and a symbol. Brief text can complement an icon, since it provides more clarity as to what your organization is all about. There are integrated and stand-alone combination marks. For instance, Starbucks logo has the text with the graphic integrated, whereas the AT&T logo has the icon separate from the text.

KOKAN helps companies put their best foot forward by helping them create strong and lasting impressions through their logo. A strong logo is going to help establish trust and build an instantly recognizable graphic symbol for regular use in your company’s marketing.

Your logo is the core of your corporate identity, so we design logos that can be used well on any medium. We create logos that represent your brand’s personality.

KOKAN has created logos for companies like Walmart, Magellan, OSU, Tulsa Cancer Institute, Medical Equation, Element 360, Thermal Specialities, and many more.

KOKAN helps companies put their best foot forward by helping them create strong and lasting impressions through their logo. A strong logo is going to help establish trust and build an instantly recognizable graphic symbol for regular use in your company’s marketing and everyday correspondence.

After (brand, product, service or company) naming, a logo is the strongest part of laying a solid foundation for future marketing efforts. A logo becomes the visual representation of your company and since it is graphic, it should always look the same every time it is used. You may however need a corporate identity style guide created to police the usage and make sure the brand is consistent across all mediums.

A thought-provoking logo design can strengthen your brand image and corporate identity, giving you a psychological advantage over your competition. Your logo is the core of your corporate identity, defining and symbolizing the character of your company or organization.

KOKAN helps companies put their best foot forward by helping them create strong and lasting impressions through their logo. A strong logo is going to help establish trust and build an instantly recognizable graphic symbol for regular use in your company’s marketing and everyday correspondence.

After (brand, product, service or company) naming, a logo is the strongest part of laying a solid foundation for future marketing efforts. A logo becomes the visual representation of your company and since it is graphic, it should always look the same every time it is used. You may however need a corporate identity style guide created to police the usage and make sure the brand is consistent across all mediums.

A thought-provoking logo design can strengthen your brand image and corporate identity, giving you a psychological advantage over your competition. Your logo is the core of your corporate identity, defining and symbolizing the character of your company or organization.

Being memorable and easy to describe are the most important features of a logo, if you can’t even describe it you obviously haven’t remembered it. Logo design is definitely a case of less is more.

A logo should be simple, and have immediate impact, logos are not complex pieces of art to be examined and absorbed and need to attract your customers attention in as little time as possible.