4 Logo Design Rules NOT Taught On YouTube!



What are some of the rules of logo design that are not taught on YouTube or by most graphic designers? In todays video I explore 4 things that are vastly important when it comes to making a logo, but which you will find difficult to hear anywhere else. These are 4 logo design rules not taught on YouTube.

I’ve made a lot of logo design tutorials and videos at this point. I have spent a lot of time making content based around the creation of logos, understanding what it means to make a ‘good’ logo, and everything else in between. This video takes a look at some rules within the logo design industry, but which you really will not find taught or told by many designers out there. In knowing these rules, you will know how to design better logos, but also how to gain more logo design clients and get more designs approved and sold.

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