I want to share a fantastic infographic with you, which covers (albeit briefly) the basics of what every small business owner needs to know when designing their logo, or having it designed by a professional.

I LOVE that the original Twitter logo was bought off a stock site for 15 bucks. Honestly. Wow.

Let me know in the comments below how you went about designing your logo… did you do it yourself or get someone to design it for you? Do you think it aligns with the colour values talked about in this infographic? I’d love to see what it looks like too, so link your site up! =)

Logo infographic

Originally published at FinancesOnline.com | Author: David Adelman

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