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14 Highly Effective Logo Designs for Web Designers

According to the world’s most experienced identity designers, a great logo delivers all the meaning it intends to in just a few seconds. Designing logos that are simple enough to be taken in quickly but still convey the many meanings a brand might depend on isn’t an easy task. Below are 50 simple yet highly effective logo designs.

Opposite

OppositedDesigned by Mike Erickson:“Idea here was complete opposite in every aspect. Evil/Good, Man/Woman, Sad/Happy, Black/White, opposite directions.”

World Rebalanced Conference

poptechDesigned by Aaron Bouvier:“Good ol’ Helvetica Bold + thick lines: simplified ID concept for PopTech’s upcoming 2011 conference World Rebalancing (the name was “World Rebalanced” at the time).”

Modern Electrical

modernelectricalDesigned by Dustin.

Unholy Ladies Undergarments

unholyDesigned by Graham Smith:“Identity for a ladies lingerie and underwear seller of more provocative and risque nature. Think Ann Summers but more ‘devilish’. Needed to capture a stylish and elegant naughty and mischievous feel, but not seedy or cheap. Something to hopefully smile about when you see it.”

Five Points Pizza

Fivepointspizza2Designed by Steve Hamaker.

Dutch Cowboys

DutchcowboysDesigned by Floris Voorveld: “A more or less well known blog in the Netherlands unveiled their new logo a few days ago. In my opinion it could have been better (to put it nicely).”

Guillory Camp

guillorycampDesigned by Dustin.

Type Division

TdDesigned by Sergey Shapiro.

PERO

PerodribbbleDesigned by Mladen Zivanovic.

Circus of Magazines

circusofmagazinesDesigned by Olivier Courbet:“Logo created for Circus of Magazines™, an online marketplace for magazines. It combines an open magazine and a circus tent in order to represent the online community and by extension the website.”

OneFactor

onefactorDesigned by Dustin.

Lars

Designed by Jeffrey Devey.

Artisan Créatif

artisanDesigned by Erik Ford: “Logo concept for an upcoming premium WordPress theme. This is heavily inspired by the hand painted signs of the 1930s and 1940s. The pixel icon is from our branding.”

Vz

vzDesigned by Julien Poirier.

Pitsford Cycles

Pitsford12Designed by Richard Wiggins.

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