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Design DNA - Logos: 300+ International Logos Deconstructed
     

Design DNA - Logos: 300+ International Logos Deconstructed

by Matthew Healey
 
Logo design continues to be in the top most popular categories for graphic design books.

Shows successful international logo solutions

Provides useful and practical information that designers can apply to their own work

Design DNA: Logos is a practical and inspirational guide to logo design, and an invaluable sourcebook for any logo designer. It works on two

Overview

Logo design continues to be in the top most popular categories for graphic design books.

Shows successful international logo solutions

Provides useful and practical information that designers can apply to their own work

Design DNA: Logos is a practical and inspirational guide to logo design, and an invaluable sourcebook for any logo designer. It works on two levels, first by showcasing over 500 successful logos from around the world and then by analyzing how these logos are constructed to communicate and convey brand value. The logos in Design DNA: Logos are organized by industry sector, and each logo is deconstructed to reveal creative solutions by examining and discussing the choice of font, color, characteristics, and imagery and getting to the very heart of its design DNA. The design briefs and company histories illustrate how and why the logo design successfully portrays its message. Case studies provide further in-depth analysis, and walk readers through the reasoning behind the design decisions that made the logo work. "Focus On" sections also provide useful information on specific elements such as typography, icons, and colors, and how to apply them to the logo design.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781440310331
Publisher:
HOW Books
Publication date:
12/30/2010
Pages:
240
Product dimensions:
7.50(w) x 10.40(h) x 0.90(d)

Meet the Author


Matthew Healey is a brand consultant and graphic designer. He sharpened his design and typography skills at advertising agencies in New York City and Prague, and has worked on successful branding and design projects in Eastern Europe and the United States. He is a member of the Design Management Institute (DMI), and has lectured about corporate identity, branding, advertising, and marketing at workshops and conferences in Europe and the United States.

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