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Be unique and clever. A logo is what helps distinguish a brand from its competitors, so it's important that the image stands out from the rest something many brands struggle with. Understand the brand. Color is key. What's in a name? Keep it easy and flexible. Don't expect instant success. Use online resources and tools.
On a web site, or on screen, your logo is usually best placed in the upper left of the layout (if you're catering to a market that reads left-to-right. For countries that read right-to-left, put the logo on the upper right).
For instance, an argument is often made that a logo should face to the right to show forward movement because that's the direction we read. left to right. Similarly, the Eagles' logo usually faces left, but the bird is clearly moving forward as the eyes and lines of the logo suggest.
If placing a design on one side of the shirt and a person's name on the other, the name usually goes on the right side and the logo on the left side.
The two most common areas to put a logo are the header (usually in the top left) and the favicon, the small icon next to your address bar or the title on your browser tab. For the header, ensure your logo is legible on different screen sizes so it makes an impact as soon as someone lands on your page.
Philadelphia Eagles The Eagles' is the only NFL logo that faces left.
If placing a design on one side of the shirt and a person's name on the other, the name usually goes on the right side and the logo on the left side.
No matter where a logo is placed, a few general rules apply. If placing a design on one side of the shirt and a person's name on the other, the name usually goes on the right side and the logo on the left side.
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