This is it! The LAST principle for this series. This is the one that will tie them all together with a neat little bow.
We’re on the home stretch, only 2 more principles to go!
When embarking on any new project, it is imperative that a design consider the fundamentals of design. Over the next few blog posts, we’ll be diving into the principles of graphics and layout. Design is different from art in that it needs to have a purpose. In most cases, the purpose is to communicate. A designer has the job of communicating a message to the viewer and they use font, graphics, colors, etc. to achieve that end.
This marks the end of our series on Football Logos. I find it so interesting the way that logos change over the years!
As we have looked through 12 of the most recognizable sports logos in America, I've loved seeing how each logo has evolved into a more simple, memorable logo that fans across the country can recognize.
Below you’ll find a list of Football logos which we’ve studied throughout this fall. Click on the links for each and you’ll see the short blurb with related facts about each logo.
Thank you for joining us as we take a look at some NFL logo history! Each week we will examine two different NFL team logos. We will explore old NFL logos, colors, and history. This week we are looking at the Buffalo Bills logo history and the Cleveland Browns logo history. Let’s dive in!