Best Logo Design Books

Aug 3, 2018 | Graphic Design, Logo Design | 0 comments

A great logo design is the cornerstone of any successful brand. Without a recognizable logo associated with it, consumers will find it difficult to recognize and share their experiences with the businesses they deal with. When you think of great brands such as Nike, FedEx or Pepsi Cola you immediately picture their iconic logos in your mind. These logo designs are simple and yet effective. They’ve been designed to be instantly recognizable, memorable and long-lasting. This same objective can be achieved when designing logos for any sized business, whether it’s a multi-million dollar company or a small mom and pop store.

Designing great logos requires both skills as a designer and a lot of practice. To help you in your endeavour, we here at Best Books For Creatives have put together a list of some of the best books on logo design to help teach and inspire you. Some of these books show you techniques you can use to make your logo designs stand out from the competition, while others are simply showcases of what works and what doesn’t when it comes to designing logos. All of them are great additions to your design library.

 

Here is our list of the best logo design books including our top pick.

If you know of any good logo design books that we’ve missed, please be sure to share it in the comments below.

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Our Top Pick

Our Top Pick for the best logo design book is Logo Design Love by David Airey. Not only is this book filled with great visual references, but the case studies and knowledge Airey shares about designing logos is invaluable to anyone in the business of creating visual identities. This book is a must for all logo designers.

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