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Dissecting the Logo Creation Process

Posted on Feb 14, 2009 By Deron Sizemore in Logo Design | 0

Angela Ferraro-Fanning who was featured on LogoGala a little over a month ago for her Ambiance design, recently wrote an article on Freelance Switch about her logo design creation process.

Angela is a fantastic designer who was gracious enough to send some of her work to me so I could start building content pre-launch. The article on Freelance Switch comes at a great time as Angela will be featured on LogoGala yet again this coming Monday (when I update the featured section with a new design). I will be featuring Angela’s “Modern Woman’s Divorce Guide” logo which I hope will add additional insight on the logo to the great article that she wrote at Freelance Switch. You can see more of Angela’s work at 13thirtyone.

To Each Their Own

Angela’s logo creation process is different from my own logo creation process in that she prefers to sketch out a design on paper before moving to the computer, but that doesn’t make it any better or worse than my own, just different. As I said in the previous article, it all comes down to what works best for you. You can’t argue with her creation process though as it produces great results; Angela definitely is a talented individual and I cannot wait to showcase more of her work here on LogoGala.

From the Article:

One of the biggest mistakes a designer can make is to go straight to the computer and start plugging away at logo designs.

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