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COVID-19, OUR BUSINESS & YOU

In 2016, LogoMix (now a Deluxe Company), acquired LogoMaker. As with any company who has gone through an acquisition (on either side), there were feelings of uncertainty. That uncertainty can not compare though to what were are all facing right now. LogoMix was once a small business, but we will not pretend to know exactly

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Business Card Design Ideas for Millennials

When business cards were the primary method of sharing professional contact info, there was little pressure to stand out. As long as they told people who you are and where to find you, business cards were almost guaranteed to end up in Rolodexes far and wide. Now, consumers are surrounded by different types of media,

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Logo Design Trends to Expect in the Roaring 20s

As visual beings, we are always eager to see new logo designs that fascinate and surprise us. Not only does great design deliver a fresh experience, but it encourages artists to broaden the scope of their creativity. Contrary to what you might believe, following logo design trends doesn’t hinder originality. All graphic designers gather inspiration

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Advanced Logo Design Tips for the Curious & Eager

Do you know how many times the average person needs to see your logo before they’ll remember it? Anywhere from five to seven times.  Why does that statistic matter? The more your logo design stands out, the more memorable it will be—and the more brand awareness you’ll raise. We can’t overstate the importance of having the right

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The Making of the 2020 Tokyo Olympics Logo

One of the most interesting stories behind a logo is the making of the Tokyo Olympics logo. The story has everything – design meaning, drama, and accusations of plagiarism. It’s easy to overlook this news because we really don’t think about the Olympics unless it’s an Olympic year. Well, now that we’re officially in 2020,

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