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About graphics mind logo

Idea behind Graphics mind Logo


Without a logo it is very hard for a company to define and represent itself. It is the logo which comes first in mind when we hear or think about a company. Logo is actually an imagination of a whole company and its process combined in a one package. It is easy to express or define the capability of a company or a person with its logo. No matter how big or small you or your company, your logo never dies, it is always alive.  


The logo of graphics mind is about the shape which resemblances life and nature on earth. Without shapes and idea, there is no graphic design.  The idea of leaf struck me as a shape because leaf is common in everywhere in this earth and it is freshness, life, breath, food, colour, shape, energy and symbol of life. There are G & M of "Graphics Mind" and the reflection of G & M which combine a shape of leaf in graphics mind logo. It also has a feel of life where graphic design is the life of business. When we want to start a company after finding its capital and idea, the next thing they search is for a logo which defines and explains its company. When I decided to shorten GM of graphics mind I want to feel the logo as simple and clarity. I need to people to think many from the design, and that is graphic design. My friends says many that it says nothing, some say it has a feel of a mask, leaf, two hands holding, a "G". I feel alright from hearing so many comments which revokes their creativity. So this logo defines life and design and which is the job of a graphic designer.

What are the things to be considered while designing a logo? How is it to be designed for this modern world?

When you consider designing a logo, you have to realize that it is going to be used on every publishing and advertisement materials which can be in many forms which you don't realize initially. Everybody wants their business or idea to be successful as you desire and when it reach its prosperity, it asks for more new boundaries.


It says by 2014 the number of mobile phone users exceeds human population. As the latest mobile phones are smart with applications and fun, that is the first ground you need to see when you think about a logo design. Because billions of people around the globe are gonna recognize your company through your logo from hundreds of applications stored in their smart phones.  The other areas you need to consider is for internet based campaigns like web site design,  social media , presentations and whatever online media advertisements. The next stage is print and media where it requires high quality 300 dpi or vector files. Print and media starts from business cards, stamps, brochure designs, palm lets, stickers, signs and banners, package designs and all promotional materials for printing.


So should you make your logo design with raster or vector design?

What are raster and vector images? Raster images are pixel graphics which are made up of rectangular blocks of pixels. If you have JPEG(Joint Photographic Experts Group), JPG, GIF (Graphics Interchange Format), PSD, IFF, PSB(Large document format), JPEG 2000, PLX, PDF, RAW(Unprocessed camera images), PXR(Pixar), PNG(Portable Network Graphics), Portable bitmap(PBM, PGM, PPM, PNM, PFM, PAM), SCT(Scitex CT) TGA, TIFF(Tagged Image File Format) are all example of raster images. These images can be more scalable without losing its quality when it has large dpi(DOT PER INCH pixel resolution). So it depends upon the device using to capture like mobile phone cameras, digital cameras or DSLR cameras. So raster images have limitations and advantages according to its necessity.

Vector images are made up with mathematical origin of lines, points, geometry and curves. These files can be very small, but can be enlarged to any extend without losing its quality. They are designed on vector based softwares like illustrator, corel draw, inkscape, Skencil, Draw it, Ski, Concept draw, Jfig, Synfig, IPe, Scribus etc.

So image can be lossy when it enlarges or reduces the size. That's why vector images are more preferable when designing a logo. So that it can be reduced without losing its original quality when you have to use on application designs and can be enlarged to any extend without losing its quality for large banners or printing materials.

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Graphics mind is a website to provide all web and information technology solution. Graphics mind creates creative designs: IT-solutions, Web deign & development, Mobile applications, Graphic Design, Photography, Online marketing, Enterprise resourse planning, presentation and learning designs.


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