let people know what the logo is for and see if anyone can make a logo you like.
look for colors that appeal to you. Take pictures of signs you like and the colors you don't like. This is my logo. I love red and black and the skyline of San Diego.
Well, assuming you have a name, start brainstorming associations. For instance, if you're Joe's Restaurant, you would throw in visual concepts like plates of food, happy customers, napkins, forks and knives, dishes, a local landmark, etc. Then narrow down the ideas you like based on your business' personality.
Next, consider whether you want it to be iconic (with an icon), or whether it should be mainly text. To get something memorable and versatile, be sure that it looks good at large and small scales, and holds up in both full color and black and white. Would it look just as good on a business card as on a billboard? On an old-school fax printout as on your website?
You can also consider posting a contest for it on a site like 99Designs, where designers will compete with their designs and you'll pick the best one. Or, of course, you could always hire someone directly.
its hard to know and hard to think creating a logo without concept,think first bout what the logo is..and try to draw a in paper in finish to adobe photoshop/illustrator..
well there are Technics to find imagination...such as
observation, research, being provocative, magazines, online blogs and so on...I have seen a good blog about imagination for product designers, but it could help you as well...here is the link
http://www.muratkaradag.com/2011/02/15/ … t-designer
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