Last Updated January 22nd 2015
Creating a well designed logo requires hard work and being up to date with the latest trends in design. It’s probably the strongest way of establishing brand identity, making an impact and ensuring that customers will remember you and ideally come back for a second visit. Logo design is a challenging and often overlooked aspect of graphic design. The most successful marks are those dynamic enough to represent a brand’s personality, iconic enough to be legible and recognizable across all mediums large or small (think Twitter icons), and the best logos can withstand the test of time with an appearance classic enough to maintain its relevance despite the evolution of design trends (think Shell, Coca-Cola or Girl Scouts).
Below, we have gathered and will continue gather logo design examples from 2015 for your inspiration.
Logo Design Inspiration 2015
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