Do you know that the shape you use for your logo design, can have a profound effect on the viewer from a psychological and subconscious stand point? In todays video learn all about the various shapes in logo design, and their psychological relevancy.
This is the 3rd video on the psychology in graphic design. In the graphic design tutorial today, I take a look at the various different shapes and lines that you can use for logo designing, and their meaning or psychological connotations. You can then go ahead and take the information from this video, and apply it to your very own logo designs. At the very end of the video, I show you a brief look at how to adapt all of this knowledge for your own designs, in an effective manner.
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