Transcript: History of Apple 1998-Present Closure 2nd Logo 1st Logo In 1996-1997 they lost a lot of money & Steve came back. The first logo was designed in 1976 by Ronald Wayne (The 3rd Co-Founder of Apple. Logo name: The Newton Crest 1976-1976 In the logo is Isaac Newton sitting under a tree and a apple dangling above his head. There was no rhyme or reason behind the placement of the colors. Scully and Jobs got into a argument and jobs resigned. Logo Presentation By: David Lopez The bite in the apple was made to let people know it was a apple and not a tomato. Citations The Apple logo was already recognized worldwide so they decided to change it. They thought the rainbow apple looked out of place and wouldn't look good on the newer model computers and other electronics by Apple. Steve Jobs & His friend built a apple computer & it was a success. Jobs invited Scully 'president of Pepsi-Cola' and he became president and CEO of Apple. 1976-1988 In my opinion the new logo looks a lot better than the first one because its a lot more simple and more professional and the second logo just looks off and unprofessional because of all the colors. 3rd Logo Evolution of apple computer http://www.edibleapple.com/2009/04/20/the-evolution-and-history-of-the-apple-logo/ Apple History http://www.apple-history.com/ Thirty Years of Apple https://www.apple.com/30-years/ "Edible Apple." The Evolution and History of the Apple Logo | . N.p., n.d. Web. 08 Sept. 2014. "Recent Changes." Apple-history.com / Specs for Every Apple Computer, Established 1996. N.p., n.d. Web. 08 Sept. 2014. "Happy Birthday, Mac." Apple. N.p., n.d. Web. 07 Sept. 2014. Today's Apple Logo After he came back they did very well and they had a lot of sales. Rainbow Apple History of Apple
Transcript: The web file for this logo is 127 KB in size. This is an acceptable size as it can easily be transported into most websites and can easily be transported. I chose to use RGB for the colour space as this is most suited to web, or screen use. For the formatting I used Portable Network Graphics (PNG) with interlacing so that it is compatible with most computers and programs and also so users may view logo at a lesser quality in a short period of time before downloading full quality image from the website. This logo is 1.8 MB and is printable. This logo is sizable to be printed onto an A3 paper. I have used a CMYK colour space as this is best suited for printing. And I decided to format it in a JPEG image file as this is a well known file that is easily transportable and suited to printing. Prototypes Logo Design Wordle Killing Time Organisation Warner Bros Logo Killing Time Organisation (KTO) is a company that assists other companies, schools and university on how to better use their time and to be as efficient with their time as possible. This company’s aim is to show other professionals of all fields as well as schools and university’s that if they mange their time more productively they would find themselves with more time to run all the necessary productions smoothly and easily. Killing Time Organisation Justification
Transcript: Read your feedback. Are there any improvements you can make to it to get your logo up to the next level? 10 MINUTES Level 4 You have used an image from the Internet and placed text over it Level 5 With some support You have created a logo using graphic shapes and text Using your post-its, leave feedback on at least 2 other student's desks regarding their logo. You will say.. 2 things you like about it 1 thing you would change or develop BE NICE! Today you will.... Draw a basic logo using image and text Construct a logo using graphical elements and text Design a logo that takes into consideration purpose and audience Level 6 Your logo will be appropriate for audience. You will use suitable fonts and will create your logo using graphic editing tools. You will have worked with little assistance.
Transcript: Research Flyers/Logos Inspiration/Research The Sketches Before I decided to look at images of other logos and flyers I decided as Illustrator is most commonly used to make such things that I should research in to how to use it so I knew what I should be aiming for in terms of what's achievable. I found most logos related to photography tend to have some resemblance to a camera in some way. Next was to look into classic Pick N Mix styles and colours
Transcript: My logo Project By: Hank Hession The company i was making a logo for was Options Magazine, this is the family buisiness initiation sketches i noticed i was just trying to fill a space and i need to simply it. Here are some more versions The first ideas Background photo by t.shigesa To show expansion i knew i could use a shape and color scheme that would make the logo look like a globe. The product I liked how the logo turned out, it was simple but there was still enough to look at. It was a true logo, and not a scene I wanted to make something that would show that options was expanding and a Hard working company. thanks for watching I began to think... more I Changed it up
Transcript: When we first wanted to create a logo, we pictured a rustic and futuristic design that will best represent us and what we will do. We decided that including industrial, metal with a light blue text outline would be best for our logo. Below is our rough edit of our logo. Our Icon is a part that we were going to add to our logo. This tremendously well drawn Icon was first on paper, scanned into Photoshop, then colored in via Photoshop. The end product looked like this and is arguably the best part about our logo (and the most time consuming.) Beginning Steps After all of it, we finally finished a polished logo that we wanted. After changes of font, color and texture. We have created a logo that will best represent our company and most importantly,what we do. Once the basis for our logo was completed, we took a good look at it and found various ways to improve how it looked and how it reflected of our company. We named all of the layers and tried to polish it up for the final version. Creating the Icon Finding the Textures The Finished Project Looking for Improvement Since we wanted steel like textures for the background, we had to go around Nex+Gen and take pictures of steel with a digital camera to add to our logo to ensure that WE made everything in the logo Aperture Designs Logo By Tyler Davis, Dominic Greigo, Jonathan Schlaegel, Alex Harding
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