By Craig Darlow
With the increasing availability of powerful graphics tools, color schemers, and logo generators, even those of us who are artistically challenged can create a professional looking logo design. But there is more to consider than simply whether the logo looks good on your website.
These days your logo needs to be adaptable to a variety of uses throughout social media. It should look sharp and noticeable in many different forms including a Twitter icon, Facebook thumbnail, and Flickr buddy icon.
Whatever your level of design experience, here are some tips to help you make your creation the most usable and effective for online marketing: More…
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