Posts Tagged ‘logo design’

How Solution-Oriented Logo Design Can Backfire

Lauren Nelson | October 21st, 2016 problem-solution

When it comes to logo design, the conventional thinking has been to aim for something that represents what you want people to associate with your brand: selecting a conservative font to convey traditional values, choosing specific colors to connect you with certain emotions, opting for modern graphics to frame a company as cutting edge, and […]

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crowdSPRING Community Gives Back with Branding for Global Sanitation Non-Profit gather

Lauren Nelson | September 13th, 2016 water-sanitation-kenya-slums

At crowdSPRING, we feel very fortunate to participate in such a vibrant community of talented creatives. It’s the work we do as a collective that makes the greatest impact. But we also value our broader, global community, and feel it’s important to make an impact there, as well. That’s part of why we launched our […]

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Five Ways Students Going Back to School Can Leverage Crowdsourcing

Lauren Nelson | August 27th, 2016 Gaming Room

  It’s the end of August, which means fresh faced students from around the country are heading back to their dorms and lockers for another year of learning. Part of that learning process takes place outside of the classroom, though, in the context of extracurricular activities. And within those activities students will encounter a myriad […]

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