20 top uses of typography in a logotype

Creating a logo design that sums up a brand can be an extraordinarily challenging task for even the most accomplished creative director or graphic designer. Capturing the personality, style and essence of the company is something that's very difficult to do when you've only got a small canvas to work with.

Fortunately, there are a lot of different methods and techniques that you can apply to influence the style of a logotype, from the colour palette and visual imagery that you choose, to the typeface, white space – and even the negative space – that you use.

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