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Logo design trends of 2008

LogoLounge’s yearly roundup of logo design trends. Here’s the thing: for small businesses and entrepreneurs, the designers they can afford are a couple years behind the trends. Why are most of these logos and trends kind of sucky if not a whole lot sucky? First, nothing beats simplicity. Second, the best logos are the ones adorning sound business ideas and powerful branding strategies . . . and a genuine, take-it-to-the-bank value proposition for the customer. What impresses me about the lineup here is how forgettable all these logos are, all marching in an infinite regiment of forgettable logos from 2008. Mainly because the underlying business is forgettable (except for Sprint, which is the best logo of the bunch). What did Beckett say? “Spills into the void of the ignorance of having been.”

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One Response to “Logo design trends of 2008”

  1. beck2bc says:

    I truly believe that simplicity is everything when it comes to logo’s and the presentational feel it can give the consumer. In most cases, less is more and with a clean and concise format, you’re surely to capture the attention of all.

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