This time of year, you can hardly leave your house without seeing hearts everywhere. Or at least the particular combination of curves and a point that we call a heart. Whether you love or hate Valentine’s Day, you have to admit that the heart symbol is the greatest accidental logo in history. What other shape... Read More
Personality transforms a basic site into an engaging, entertaining one. It’s what convinces first-time visitors to keep clicking and repeat visitors to come back. However, once you’ve added personality in all the obvious places – like your copy, visuals, fonts, and color scheme – you might not know what else to personalize.
It’s not every year that we experience big changes. With such rapid growth in technology over the past few years, we’re sure that the big 2016 web design trends will focus on maturing and expanding on those developments.
I know nothing about popular music. I haven’t listened to an album released since 1978, despite having been born in 1981.1 I had to Google the difference between “Album of the Year” and “Record of the Year.”2 So you’ll believe me when I say, few people are more qualified to judge an album only by its... Read More
Super Bowl Sunday is the biggest sports event of the year. It’s practically a national holiday; time to compare TV screen sizes with your friends and perfect your loaded nachos recipe. In honor of 50 years of Super Bowl glory, here’s our list of the top 10 Super Bowl logos of all time. 10. Super... Read More
Did you know the world has a favorite color? It’s blue. Not surprisingly, the most popular logo color is also blue. In fact 53% of business incorporate blue into their mark. 53%! The popularity of colors in 99designs logo contests. But just because everyone else is doing it, doesn’t mean you should, too. Luckily, we’re... Read More
When building a brand, there’s nothing more important than your logo – and no one wants to look dated. That means more experimentation with on-going trends, the resurfacing of classic styles and a few new surprises along the way.
This year, fitness resolutions might make it past January. The American College of Sports Medicine predicts that wearable tech will be the #1 fitness trend in 2016. As wearable trackers, apps, and more let consumers focus on fitness around the clock, fitness brands are seeking logos that go beyond the cartoon flexed bicep, and work both... Read More
It’s here! The first-ever eBook compilation of epic designs from our oh-so-talented community. See the designs, meet the designers and get inspired to make your appearance in the next edition.
It’s easy to get design tunnel vision. But designers don’t exist in a void, they’re the creators of culture and a new frontier of the connection between society and art.