If you’re interesting in learning what makes a simple logo but huge and well known then this is a must watch. Michael Bierut (designer of the Hillary Clinton logo) takes us through his process and there are some great insights here..
If you’ve ever wondered how logos get made, who makes them, and where the people making them draw their inspiration—here’s a great little glimpse into that world.
Aaron Draplin, a freelance designer in Portland, Ore., accepted a logo design challenge from Lynda.com to create a mark for slab concrete company and made this short tutorial. Draplin, a bearded, burly 40-year-old veteran design dude with a canon of really diverse work, makes it look easy. But his ease and demeanor are the result of years of experience.
In the video below, we get a rare glimpse into the process of the artist—from concept to execution, through sketching to prototyping and every iteration in between. It’s truly fascinating to watch him sketch out his ideas in his Field Notes notepad all while calmly but emphatically waxing philosophical about design and his career.
A note to clients who see this and think they’ll get a new logo in 15 minutes: In a word, no.
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