top of page

HipTip #1: Keep it simple, stupid

Updated: Jun 28, 2020

KISS has forever been a favourite term of mine (and probably of most designers). Your logo should be simple and memorable. Think of all of the successful companies in the world; Nike, Apple, McDonald’s, Gucci...They all have simple logos. Don’t have a complicated logo with a lot of detail. People often only have a few seconds to look at your logo and you want them to remember it.

Keep your colours to a maximum of three.

Of course, there are exceptions to every rule, but generally, you want to keep your logo as simple as possible.

9 views0 comments

Recent Posts

See All

White space is your friend. A good designer knows when to use white space to their advantage. When something is too cluttered, the viewer’s eye will bounce all over the place and the message will not

Stop stealing. Just because you find an image you like on Google doesn’t make it ok to take it and use it. Same goes for your logo. You can’t take a logo or photo from the internet and claim it as yo

bottom of page