6 Books Every Logo Designer Needs

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In this video, I recommend six design books that I have found as incredibly helpful resources in my career as a brand identity designer.

Here’s a list of the 6 design books I recommend ,and useful links if you’d like to get them:

* LOGO LOUNGE 1 by Bill Gardner
LOGO LOUNGE 2
LOGO LOUNGE 3
LOGO LOUNGE 4

* SYMBOL by Angus Hyland & Steven Bateman

* LOGO LOVE DESIGN by David Airey

* 100 THINGS EVERY DESIGNER SHOULD KNOW ABOUT PEOPLE by Susan M. Weinschenk

* MARKS OF EXCELLENCE by Per Mollerop

* IDENTIFY: Basic Principles of Identity Design by Chermayeff & Geismar

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17 COMMENTS

  1. I am most certainly getting all 6 books(hard-copy) before this year end. By the way is there any added benefit hard-copy design books have over design e-books?

  2. thanks for the infor. i think you the first person who i have heard speaking who I can really follow.

  3. You can checkout this book, also for logo design https://www.amazon.com/dp/1780671806?tag=robertoblak03-20

  4. I just got delivery of some new books I think will be great reads for designers:
    1. ' Work for Money, Design for Love. -David Airey
    2. 'Show your Work!' -Austin Kleon
    3. 'The Practicing Mind' – Thomas M. Sterner

  5. just finished watching. amazing books indeed. but what really got my attention was that logo you pointed out in Identify by Chermayeff and Geismar. it's so true, many logos we see online now(especially instagram) seems to be the same… like from one designer.. like it's a trend thing now. I think grids are good, but they can inhibit creativity if one is so obsessed with them. And I don't think you not using grids makes you less professional… nah, I don't think so. I know some other good designers who don't like using grids too.

  6. The first book on design I read that left a very strong impression on me was John Meada's Laws of Simplicity. It really shaped my view about design.

  7. THANK YOU SIR! I dogmatically look up to my YouTube notifications Saturdays cos of the value I get from your videos.

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