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It’s time to vote for April’s Top 9 at 99!

Month after month, we’re continuously impressed with the quality of work on 99designs. And what better way to celebrate the cream of the crop that with another Top 9 at 99? We’ve rounded up nine new designs that captured clients’– and designers’ – imaginations. Scroll on down and vote for your favorite. The winner with the most... Read More

April 23rd By

Spring cleaning: 15 logos that simplified in 2015

Just as each spring we emerge from hibernation and make an effort to tidy our winter dens, so businesses have occasion to reflect on their logos: “Can we clean up our mark a little? Are all of these colors, lines and letters really necessary, or is a streamline in order?” The first quarter of 2015 has proven... Read More

April 17th By

Adding a jolt to your day: Coffee shop logos

If there’s one thing that people are passionate about, it’s their morning coffee. We know this: people who love coffee have strong feelings about the coffee they drink and where it comes from. Brand loyalty is very strong not only for the types of beans people brew, but also for the roasters and cafes that they... Read More

April 3rd By

New webinar: How to get the best from your designer

It’s a great feeling when a designer delivers you a professional design that’s been created just for your business. But what if you want more than great? What if you want WOW? In most cases, getting to ‘wow’ is all about giving your designer the most helpful picture of your business and what you’re looking... Read More

March 31st By

It’s time to vote for March’s Top 9 at 99!

It’s been another great month of creativity here on 99designs and we’re excited to showcase some of the best work we’ve seen in March! We love how diverse our designers’ skills are – and what better way to spotlight them than in our illustrious Top 9 at 99. From album covers and food trucks to... Read More

March 27th By

Good logo design in unexpected places

We’ve talked before about using your personality to inform your logo. As a society, we have expectations of certain industries, and we anticipate that the logos used by those brands will be flashy, creative or expressive. But, really, the industry in which you conduct business should have no bearing on the time and imaginative quality... Read More

March 23rd By

Florist logos: blooming with inspiration

When would you use a florist? For a wedding? Romantic gift? Graduation? Funeral? In most cases, a quest for a florist is driven by an initial emotional state—happy, sad, romantic—or because the consumer is reacting to an assumed emotional state by the recipient. Notwithstanding, a florist’s logo is more than simply advertising flowers. It has... Read More

March 19th By

New! Logo + Website gets your brand up and running fast

It seems like businesses are moving at the speed of light these days. That’s a daunting challenge for any small business with limited resources. But now we have a solution that helps you get your branding out there quickly and professionally with both a logo and hosted website (including your own domain). We’re thrilled to... Read More

March 17th By

Logo evolutions of the world’s biggest brands

Throughout design history, companies have always strived to keep their logos current or ahead of the curve. For several large companies, time has worked in their favor. Take Apple for example, whose 1976 apple symbol has lasted to date with nothing but a simple color change. On the other hand, companies such as Caterpillar, Shell and... Read More

March 13th By

Small and crafty: the best craft brewery labels

You’ve probably been told “don’t judge a book by its cover”—the same might go for beer, but we’re pretty sure that people do it, anyway. A small craft brewery might have the best beer in three states, but no one will take notice unless it has an eye-catching label. A craft beer label design doesn’t... Read More

March 3rd By

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