Technically Fit Logo
This article "Technically Fit Logo" serves as reference to the new or existing business concerns who are seeking professional help to get their new business logo designed or considering redesigning of their existing logo due to some technical lapses left unconsidered.
No doubt logo of the business should have decent look and have great impact on the eye looking at, but just look is not only the full & final criteria of logo design, it should also deliver the right message and further it should be technically fit logo. You may now wondering what the term technically fit logo means.
Most of entrepreneurs are unaware of the technical facts or issues associated with logo designing at the time of making logo for their business, this may be due to lack of vision or focus at that moment, other reason may be the need of logo urgently due to some legal or procedural requirements, at that stage usually attention is not paid .
Normally, in most of cases, task of making logo is given to the person who is designing business stationery such as invoice books, business cards,brochures, pamphlets etc. In such a situation technically fit logo concept is totally ignored or compromised which results in redesigning of logo later at the cost of business identity or brand building.
To make technically fit logo, this is always recommended to seek professional help as this will take into consideration the various mediums to which logo can be reproduced such as on paper, website, cloth, glass,plastic tape cutting,metal cutting, glass engraving, laser cutting,wood cutting, knitting etc. Different medias have their respective procedures or techniques to reproduce logo.
And, now question arises, Do most business houses really need technically fit logo ?
In the beginning of business logo is mostly required on paper stationery, flex boards, packing materials etc., but sooner or later you may be wondering to have your logo on office entrance gate engraved in glass, in the form of metal cutting in conference room, as neon sign somewhere on top of the business premises or wooden cut form logo for gifts etc.
Requirement of technical fit logo doesn't ends here, you may require logo for video intros or website or presentations.
Here are some examples of technically fit logo
Logo on Business Card
Logo Engraved on Glass
Logo Made of Metal
Logo with Wood
Logo with Neon Lights
Logo Made with Sticker Tape
This is the only design which makes technically fit logo
I hope this article has given you some idea to visualize the technical aspects of logo designing and if you wish to have professional help to design a new logo or redesign existing business logo, you are always welcome you can Contact Us