Brand Identity Essentials: 100 Principles for Designing Logos and Building Brands

Brand Identity Essentials Principles for Designing Logos and Building Brands This book is the fourth book in the Essential series following Layout Essentials Typography Essentials and Packaging Essentials It outlines and demonstrates basic logo and branding design guidelines

This book is the fourth book in the Essential series following Layout Essentials, Typography Essentials, and Packaging Essentials It outlines and demonstrates basic logo and branding design guidelines and rules through 100 principles including the elements of a successful graphic identity, identity programs and brand identity, and all the various strategies and elements iThis book is the fourth book in the Essential series following Layout Essentials, Typography Essentials, and Packaging Essentials It outlines and demonstrates basic logo and branding design guidelines and rules through 100 principles including the elements of a successful graphic identity, identity programs and brand identity, and all the various strategies and elements involved.

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413 Reply to “Brand Identity Essentials: 100 Principles for Designing Logos and Building Brands”

  1. I picked up this book hoping that it will help me out of a creative block It really didn t, same rebooted ideas you find in so many quickly put together books I would recommend this book only if it s the only thing you can do to kill boredom.


  2. This book just doesn t cut it for me After reading a lot of design books, a lot of them really clever books, this just felt like stating the obvious and repeating the same things you ll find in every other design book minus the deeper thoughts and theories on design.



  3. I m not a professional in this field, but I have a passing interest in branding and logos in particular While this book is stuffed with corporate speak, it tends to be the type we ve all experienced, even those of us on the periphery of the corporate culture More interesting was to delve into the conceptual framework behind the branding idea The historical tidbits also intrigued However, there isn t too much depth, if that s what you re looking for Also, the text too often referenced images that [...]


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