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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. Daisy Nosh says:

    Thanks for your tips..

  2. Yoshan says:

    Thanks, good advice for designers!. Keep it up.

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  4. ryan says:

    This article looks at a very nice collection of logos that have negative/positive shapes

    http://penflare.com/2009/01/the-secret-messages-of-logos/

  5. ryan says:

    A really great resource for logos

    http://www.brandsoftheworld.com/

    Everything comes in vector format. We used to use it at the sign shop I worked at all the time. You can also find international symbols, signage symbols (like handicap signs or recycling logos), cartoon characters and a lot of other various symbols you might need or want.

    The search function can be a bit tricky. Sometimes I’ve had to do multiple searches to find what I need, still it’s got a ton of logos.

    Caution: Some logos are copyright. Careful how you use them.

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