40 thoughts on “PERFECTLY Match Your Logo To A Font Like A Pro | Chia sẻ hữu dụng nhất liên quan đến chủ đề về thiết kế”

  1. Hi guys, I’ll be looking for a logo design for my domestic mid-high end resin flooring company. My target audience are women +40, mums, wives, home CFOs 😉 who have the final word in choosing house design features. The second group are architects. Mostly man. I want my company to come across as true craftsmen who care about them and their interiors, partner for their projects. Feel free to drop me a line if you think you could help.

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  2. Sorry if you’ve already answered this somewhere but… where can I study the psychology of design better? Can you recommend me a good book (or an internet source that I can refer to whenever I need to)

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  3. I agree with you on all of your choices other than the 2nd one. The organic icon would have blended a little nicer with a font that had either soft round corners or fully rounded corners. This type of font isn't quite as "playful" as the second example you gave but isn't as sharp as the one that was used. Museo Sans Rounder or Sommet Rounded, I feel, would have been a better choice for this one. Another great video!

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  4. For probably 30 years I have had a strict rule to never ever use Times New Roman!
    So I literally physically cringed when you selected it, but you were absolutely right not to rule it out just because it's got a bad rep. I have to admit that its style went with the logo perfectly. As always I learn something on every one of your video demonstrations – thanks!

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