Designing a logo or a corporate identity sometimes eat up a whole lot of project time than designing its theme or any other part of the site. It may be the misguiding client specifications list or a designer’s block, or for starters a know-how block. Well, one can find numerous tutorials posted for designing a logo, but I’ve handpicked a few of most commonly used tools and designing elements that go into making an appealing logo.
Learn to make simple, glossed, gradient, bright-colored logos with this 6-minute video tutorial.
A showcase of designing process from the good ol’days. The author portrays one of his creations for a big brand starting from scratch.
Learn to create the widely loved FireFox logo in a scalable Photoshop format.
Create the EURO 2008 championship logo with Jeka.
Learn to create logos from concepts to finalize.
Learn to create a planet shaped ribbons logo.
Creating a unique and modern logo with a bunch of circles.
Create a cool looking mettalic transformers logo using brushes and textures.
Creating a simple and beautiful typeface logos with Photoshop effects.
Create an Origami Logo in Photoshop with this tutorial.
Create a cool grunge-style Web site logo
Learn to make logos with retro look.
This simple tutorial shows you how to make a cool dew drop in Photoshop.
Make a scalable vector graphics with reflection in Illustrator.
Basic and simple tutorial for starters.
Learn and create logos with the most underutilized feature in Illustrator – Live Trace.
Learn to make a 3D glossy logo in Photoshop.
Create cheesy logo with this cool tutorial.
This tutorial explains a simple way of creating a fitness related logo using mostly shapes.
Create logo with a bit of randomness and an element of surprise.
Make an awesome logo in simple and easy to follow steps.
Create amazing logos with Corey Barker, Executive Producer of PlanetPhotoshop.com
Create a colorful mac logo.
Learn just how easy it is to design a great looking logo in Adobe Illustrator, as with any other software package.
Create a beveled star in 7 simple steps.