Ever since we started to look at all the 70+ Dribble logos that Danny made, we realized that we have a tough job ahead of us. Good logo means to understand it at a glance, without too much circumvention. The message for the brand to be clear and, of course, to be able to connect with you. These are our 5 favorites!
The idea is to understand without having to use a title or word. Each geometric form is actually a letter. QBox combines the old way of storing with a new digital way, that is, cloud.
It represents the initial draft of the logo, for a new debate platform. R gument, get it? An ingenious solution when it comes to smart space utilization, especially for this type of category. Most logos for debate clubs and platforms are connected with a microphone symbol, but not this.
3. Bike App
Two words, simple & clean. The shape is simple and does not immediately associate on a bicycle! If used for print, it’s a great variant to have a black and white version. If you were applying for cycling and related, this would be our logo!
‘Koning’ is actually a Dutch symbol for ‘King’. Minimalist design, which leaves an impression.
5. The logo of Danny Janev
Last, but not least. Rule number one, you can not create crazy logos, designs, and illustrations if your personal seal does not make potential customers wow! The original variant of this logo is blue letters, so this is a smooth version of it.