Synopses & Reviews
Logo design titles continue to sell the most copies of all graphic design subjects. This hard-working title examines 100 logo designs by illustrating how and why the design works. Sidebars compare and contrast rough drafts of popular logos with their final versions, and short tips address issues such as testing designs, sourcing inspiration, and typography. As well, the evolution of well-known logos are traced by examining why design changes were made and how those changes benefited the client and were successful on the market.
Discusses the factors that make a logo successful by analyzing the research, brainstorming, sketching, and stylistic experiments that led to its development.
About the Author
Lisa Silver is a Manhattan-based freelance writer and an adjunct professor of journalism at New York University.