Our list of some of the best Logo Design books & series in recent years. Get inspired by one or more of the following books.
- Logo Design Love: A Guide to Creating Iconic Brand Identities, 2nd Edition (2014)
- Logo: The Reference Guide to Symbols and Logotypes (Mini) (2015)
- The Logo Design Idea Book (2019)
- Creating a Brand Identity: A Guide for Designers (2016)
- Creative Workshop: 80 Challenges to Sharpen Your Design Skills (2010)
- The Logo Design Toolbox: Time-Saving Templates for Graphic Design (2013)
- Graphic Design: The New Basics (2015)
- Logo Design for Small Business 2 (2004)
- Logo Design Workbook: A Hands-On Guide to Creating Logos (2006)
- Smashing Logo Design: The Art of Creating Visual Identities (2011)
- Logoism: Contemporary LOGO Design (2017)
Completely updated and expanded, the second edition of David Airey’s Logo Design Love contains more of just about everything that made the first edition so great: more case studies, more sketches, more logos, more tips for working with clients, more insider stories, and more practical information for getting the job and getting it done right.
The next time you are tempted to design a logo, take a look at this book. Chances are, it has already been done. By raising the bar, this wonderful resource will make better designers of all of us.” Michael Bierut of Pentagram DesignThe logo bible, this book provides graphic designers with an indispensable reference source for contemporary logo design.
The Logo Design Idea Book (2019)
Arrows, swashes, swooshes, globes, sunbursts, and parallel, vertical and horizontal lines, words, letters, shapes and pictures. Logos are the most ubiquitous and essential of all graphic design devices, representing ideas, beliefs and, of course, things. They primarily identify products, businesses and institutions, but they are also associated, hopefully in a positive way, with the ethos or philosophy of those entities.
Creating A Brand Identity is a complex challenge for the graphic designer. It requires practical design skills and creative drive as well as an understanding of marketing and consumer behaviour. This practical handbook is a comprehensive introduction to this creative process.
Have you ever struggled to complete a design project on time? Or felt that having a tight deadline stifled your capacity for maximum creativity? If so, then this book is for you. Within Creative Workshop, you’ll find 80 creative challenges that will help you achieve a breadth of stronger design solutions, in various media, within any set time period.
With this toolbox of practical logo templates à la Neubau Welt, Alexander Tibelius provides designers with useful groundwork for implementing their own ideas. All designers are familiar with this problem: one element is still missing and a deadline is fast approaching. They can imagine the suitable component, but since it isn’t at hand, it first has to be created in a time-consuming process. What could help simplify and shorten typical design processes?
Our bestselling introduction to graphic design is now available in a revised and updated edition In Graphic Design The New Basics bestselling author Ellen Lupton Thinking with Type Type on Screen and design educator Jennifer Cole Phillips explain the key concepts of visual language that inform any work of design from logo or letterhead to a complex website Through visual demonstrations and concise commentary students…
There have been plenty of books written on logo design, but few are devoted exclusively to designing logos for small businessesthe largest sector of the business economy. This second outstanding book by designer Dan Antonelli helps designers address this growing market and deliver effective designs for small businesses. Dan explores the thinking behind over 175 logo designs by several top designers.
Logo Design Workbook focuses on creating powerful logo designs and answers the question, “What makes a logo work?”In the first half of this book, authors Sean Adams and Noreen Morioka walk readers step-by-step through the entire logo-development process.
Web designers and developers now find themselves tasked with designing not only a client’s Web site, but also their logo and brand identity. By adding Logo Design to your portfolio, you also add brand skills and unique content. This unparalleled guide dives into the topic of design theory and tells you everything you need to know in order to build remarkable logo. No matter your level of experience, Smashing Magazine covers techniques and best practices in understandable way.
Logoism is an inspirational reference for contemporary logo design, a guide to the latest innovations as well as a precursor to coming trends. Over 1,500 cutting-edge logos were selected and divided into six groups based on their styles and characters ? symbol, type, symbol and type, form, ensemble, and retro.
Best Logo Design Books That Will Hook You
We highly recommend you to buy all paper or e-books in a legal way, for example, on Amazon. But sometimes it might be a need to dig deeper beyond the shiny book cover. Before making a purchase, you can visit resources like Library Genesis and download some logo design books mentioned below at your own risk. Once again, we do not host any illegal or copyrighted files, but simply give our visitors a choice and hope they will make a wise decision.
Made by James: The Honest Guide to Creativity and Logo Design
Author(s): James Martin
ID: 3186220, Publisher: Rockport Publishers, Year: 2022, Size: 81 Mb, Format: pdf
Queer X design: 50 years of signs, symbols, banners, logos, and graphic art of LGBTQ
Author(s): Andy Campbell
ID: 2572011, Publisher: Running Press, Year: 2019, Size: 87 Mb, Format: epub
Logo creed: the mystery, magic and method behind designing great logos
Author(s): Gardner, Bill K
ID: 2588501, Publisher: Indicia Press, Year: 2017, Size: 55 Mb, Format: pdf
Please note that this booklist is not definite. Some books are absolutely hot items according to USA Today, others are written by unknown authors. On top of that, you can always find additional tutorials and courses on Coursera, Udemy or edX, for example. Are there any other relevant books you could recommend? Leave a comment if you have any feedback on the list.