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Premium Design Works Logotype Study Three

Premium Design Works Logotype Study Three

For your third assignment you should be (hopefully) seeing some results you like and will tighten them up for your business and/or personal name:


  • Now it is time to take what you like and refine by using kerning, sizing, color and possibly some art.
  • This shall be done in Illustrator and printed out to be turned in as your Logotype Study Three assignment according to the class Schedule (Fall) or Schedule (Winter).



This portion of the Premium Design Works website is written by Mike Sinkula for the Web Design & Development students at Seattle Central College and the Human Centered Design & Engineering students at the University of Washington.


  1. heres my logo type study 3

  2. Updated with added artboard.

  3. Trang Pham says:

    Please see my Logotype Study 3. Hard copy will be turned in on Monday:


  4. Ted Castillo says:

    I’m still interested to finished your class, I’m talking with a career advisor to see witch path to take. I be having a lot of mental health problems lately but I want to finished this class. Tell me what can I do to get it done.

  5. Will Parker says:

    Logotype III Redux, the personal edition


    This time I started with entirely non-textual sketches using a stencil to block out a rough area appropriate for the text.

    This is intended to be a bridge between Logotype 3 & the Logotype Spec. Please email me if you have any comments before class.

    Hard copy tomorrow, and hopefully the corporate logo as well. I hope to have the Spec docs for both by Friday.

  6. Hi Mike,

    I am sorry I missed both classes this week. Here is my logo study III. Hard copy on Monday.

  7. Steve says:

    @Aimee: I found this article “Setting Up An OpenSource Design Studio.” It includes a lot of open source apps that you would find useful.


  8. Dj Baker says:

    Hey Mike,

    Here’s another great site for inexpensive vector art. Literally, 1 – 5 -10 bucks for any kind of vector artwork.


    Royalty free too. This is where I thought you sourced the Merriweather stuff on your site.

    A treasure trove I think.



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