Blissfully unaware. That’s what I’d like to call it. Not ignorant, not naïve, just unaware. I’ve been a designer for a lot of years and have had my work online since 2004, so I know the risks. Or, so I thought. It really wasn’t until the recent Logogarden.com debacle where I had 21 logo designs…
Like all of us here is the global economy, the United Kingdom is having a rough time keeping their citizens working and businesses afloat. In an effort to help stimulate the struggling economy, the British government started a new program called StartUp Britain. So, why does this initiative have the UK design community in an uproar?
In an odd and truly strange turn of events, GAP has now decided to go back to the original logo design they were trying to replace. Many are wondering if this was a calculated publicity stunt or just a corporate flub. It’s hard to say, but I think saying it was planned would be giving them too much credit.
A very controversial topic these days, with some personal insights into the practice that potential clients may want to seriously think about.