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5 Simple Steps to Crafting Your Dance Logos with Innovation and Creativity

By Tammy Becker Subscribe to RSS | March 20th 2012 | Views:

With the increase in the number of graphic softwares available in the market, the process of logo designing for your company has become a lot easier and fun.

Because of the competitive environment in almost every field, it is important that companies pay proper attention to their branding and promotional strategies. For a dance studio or school in the locality, things do not get easier.

They need to craft dance logos that are innovative and distinct so that the viewers can have one look at their emblem and walk right into the studio.

Let’s have a look how you can craft a dance emblem in 5 simple steps:

Step 1: Draw an illustration on a piece of paper that describes your business. The image doesn’t have to be perfect but it should describe the central concept of your brand mark. For example, if you are creating an emblem for a dance school then you can create a colorful illustration of a woman ballet dancing and substitute her skirt for an umbrella or you can craft a thin lined outline of an illustration of a woman dancing ballet with the skirt of the woman crafted as a leaf. Make sure that there is only one central concept in the image so that it does not become too complicated for the customers to understand.

Step 2: Now choose any of the graphical softwares for the crafting of your emblem. There are a lot of softwares available in the market that can help you in this case. Just read the reviews and download tutorials if you are new to the softwares.

Step 3: Start with scripting your company name in the center of the page. Make sure that the fonts you select are distinct but readable. For example, don’t use fonts like Times New Roman or Arial as they are too generic. Use fonts with a curvy touch and imagination and place them creatively. For example, you can place them diagonally or vertically to set them apart from the crowd.

Step 4: For the image, you have two options. Either you can find a similar image online to the one that you have crafted and use that in your emblem or you can illustrate one yourself. It is better to illustrate one yourself so that it is unique and distinct.

Step 5: Save the free dance logos as GIF or JPEG images in high quality and use them on your business cards or banners.

The only factors you need to take care of here are the colors you use for your emblem. Try not to use too many colors in the emblem and make sure that all the colors you are using complement each other. This will guarantee a brand mark that is distinct and innovative.

Tammy Becker - About Author:
Tammy Becker is a senior graphic design consultant at a professional graphic design company. For more information dance logos please contact at ohio state free dance logos.

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