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3 Logo Lockup Design Examples

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Perguntas Frequentes

1What Is A Lockup In Logo Design?

A lock-up is the final form of a logo with all of it’s elements locked in their relative positions. For the sake of maintaining consistency in all mediums, the lock-up should not be taken apart or altered in any way. A good lock-up will create a sense of cohesion between the elements.

2What Are The 3 Specific Types Of Logos?

Now that we’ve covered the three main types of logos (wordmark, monogram, and combination mark), we’ll talk about three less common types of logos.

3Why Is It Called A Lockup?

While a wordmarks, brandmarks, and lettermarks can operate separately, they can also appear “locked together” as a lockup. This is the exact arrangement of the individual pieces to create a new whole.

4What Are The Main Types Of Logos?

The 9 types of logos
Wordmarks/logotypes.
Letterforms.
Lettermarks/monogram logos.
Logo symbols/brand marks/pictorial marks.
Abstract logo marks.

5What Are The 5 Different Types Of Logos?

The five basic categories of logo styles are: wordmarks, lettermarks, brandmarks, combination marks and emblems.

6What Are 3 Things About A Logo That Are Important?

So, why is a logo important? Because it grabs attention, makes a strong first impression, is the foundation of your brand identity, is memorable, separates you from competition, fosters brand loyalty, and is expected by your audience.

7How Many Types Of Logos Do You Need?

A brand identity designer should design you at least four non-negotiable logo variations to help your brand show up and look consistent no matter where you place it. Let’s take a look at each of the different logo variations your brand needs.