How To Make A ‘GOOD’ Logo?! (5% Of Designers Understand)



Tips for good logo design, and what actually makes a good or professional logo? Find out in todays video by Satori Graphics!
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The logo design industry is flooded with designers making logos every day. But around 5% of those people actually knows and understand what makes a good and effective logo. Todays video explains what a good logo looks like, tips for making that logo and all of this in a sort of checklist style video, so that you can refer back to it whenever you get a logo design project.

If you feel a little bit lost and you need some guidance, todays video on tips for making a good logo might be exactly what you need right now. This video isn’t super long, but it’s filled with really engaging and relevant content that you don’t want to miss.

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