Logo Design Trends 2020: Going Over The Basics of Visual Elements #infographic


Logo Design Trends 2020: Going Over The Basics of Visual Elements #infographic

There is something different to be found every year in this thriving industry. My eBook on the Truth About Logo Design Trends explored the peaks and pitfalls of the "trend market" and now I have come up with a series of 2020 logo design trends because a one-time post is not enough. We are on an adventure to discover unique logo designs, so get ready.

Known as minimalism, timelessness, versatility, suitability and memorability, the general ones also include simplicity. The second one is what we need to listen to. Let's take a quick look at some examples of the values that are more realistic.


Balancing 

Unless it intentionally breaks the rule, a balanced logo should not tip to one side. If the overall design is symmetrical or asymmetrical, balance helps to add just the right form and quantity of graphic design components to your business logo.


Alignments

I don't know why, but it's my favorite concept, or something that can be seen easily. However, if a designer has not stuck to the traditional formats, it's a difficult one to find. It comes in handy when you deal with text, such as in logos that nowadays look more like paragraphs.


Closeness

I believe space is part of the proximity of the design, since the degree of proximity determines the space between the components. It can be used to refer to kerning and leading characters, or to other graphs such as lines and shapes.


Repeating

When you deal with similar types or lines, the concept principle is beneficial. Repeat enables shapes or shapes to be drawn by logo designers. By repeating and matching the elements differently, brands can actually have a logo scheme.


Logo Design Trends 2020: Going Over The Basics of Visual Elements #infographic

infographic by: blog.logodesignguru.com


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