Would you give a non-designer the task of creating a logo design?
Depends on who they are and how much of an investment I would have to make in them. I don't see the harm in letting someone like this at least try it. For example, if my business didn't have a logo, I might see what my employees could come up with before I hired a professional. The initial cost of this would be minimal, my employees would get a chance to show off their creativity, and my business would get some great logo ideas in the process. And who knows, perhaps a great logo could come out of this experiment.
I think I will do that, to discover his ideas
while i agree, engaging a qualified designer may give you some guarantees, software like photoshop makes the crafting easier. then the play is all about ideas.
Not for a serious job. If it was only to test him, yeah why not. But I am a graphic designer and trust me, non designer people might say "anyone can do that" but little do they know that it takes your life effort to create even a small thing correctly.
No! To make a good logo, it's essential to have design experience and to recognize what characterizes an effective logo.
I recently designed a new logo for my own design company called "Image Brands Marketing"...
I think it is classic yet cool...
If anyone is interested, I can also design new and unique logos for you too for a reasonable price! All that is needed is a small deposit in my Pay Pal account and the name of your organization or concept.
^ I'm pretty sure that is the exact same logo as International Business Machines Corporation (IBM)...
Although offering the task to a non-designer would be fun, it could also cost you your business. Some people seem to think creating logos is easy, even if they are artistic. But there are many variables that go into the creation of a design. A designer has to weigh in factors of what type of business is it, what is the marketing target (age, sex, religion, race, etc.), simplicity, and most importantly, color scheme.
I agree with those who written that creating a logo is not a joke.
Before you even start creating it,you first must do deep research,take into consideration many things
that will be crucial for a logo,identity of the firm.
I heard so much about how people think that they don't need a designer and they can do it by themselves,but it's not that easy. Logo needs to be functional,recognizable,pleasant for the eye( and so more); and,at the end,it will not only represent the firm,but also our culture and aspiration for beauty. You could give your coworkers to create a logo so that you can safe some money,and who knows,maybe could come up with a good solution;
but the truth is,serious people,firms,need a serious logo that could be done by a professional designer.
The little life is a great source of creation, and so numerous regular non-designer people are able to give brightening creative ideas. But, not anybody is capable for a task of a logo design! A qualified boss should know about his/her people first.
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