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David Airey, a graphic designer from Northern Ireland, has been intrigued about brand identity since the 1990s, when he enrolled on his first graphic design course. Having honed his skills working in the UK and the United States, he then made a conscious choice to specialize in logo design. Self-employed since 2005, David has amassed an impressive global client list, including Yellow Pages (Canada), Giacom (England), and Berthier Associates (Japan). He writes two of the most popular graphic design blogs on the Internet: www.logodesignlove.com and www.davidairey.com, attracting more than 250,000 online visitors per month and approximately one million monthly page views.
My friend Nathaniel told me to check this book out, as it would help me with my report - he was right, it is amazing.Published 5 months ago by Angelo Ramessar
Really enjoyed reading this book and has some great examples and context on how to work in logo design. I did however feel it was fairly limited in content for the high price. Read morePublished 7 months ago by ANDREW HAILS
This book is a great resource for anyone looking for practical tips. I am a professional logo designer with over 15 years experience and I still found it insightful. Read morePublished 13 months ago by Martin Williams
a book that should be read by every designer.
easy, right to the point, and full of tips to make the design work remarkable.
Bought this as a present for my daughter who requested it for her birthday, as it had been recommended to her by another graphic designer, which she is.Published on 8 April 2013 by Mrs. Elizabeth Harvey
Not often that I'm disappointed with a book, but, this one I am, expensive for what it is, I'm a big fan of the "New Riders" publications,
and of the author David... Read more
This book is ideal to designers who what to improve their brand identity skills.
Is easy to read and has meaningful contents. Read more
I came across this book by chance, downloaded a free chapter and after reading, I decided to get a copy of the book. Read morePublished on 17 Feb. 2013 by Okunade Hammed