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Logo Design the Draplin Way: Building with Shape, Type, and Color

Portland graphic designer Aaron Draplin is legendary for the pride and craftsmanship he brings to every project. Whether designing for the plethora of DDC clients like Nike and Ride Snowboards, or personal brands like his Field Notes memo notebooks, his work always strikes viewers as functional, nostalgic, and iconic. How does he do it? In this 70-minute class, go behind-the-scenes as Aaron shares his logo design p...

Cost: $8 - $20 Per Month

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Portland graphic designer Aaron Draplin is legendary for the pride and craftsmanship he brings to every project. Whether designing for the plethora of DDC clients like Nike and Ride Snowboards, or personal brands like his Field Notes memo notebooks, his work always strikes viewers as functional, nostalgic, and iconic. How does he do it? In this 70-minute class, go behind-the-scenes as Aaron shares his logo design process with a very personal project: the family crest. From background research to geometric structure to typography to color choice, he provides helpful tips and shortcuts in Illustrator for creating beautiful work in a hyper-efficient manner. Throughout the class, Aaron emphasizes the benefits and techniques of simplifying designs in order to create compelling logos. It's a perfect class for designers, creators, and everyone who wants to be inspired by a master at work.

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  • Days of the Week: Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday
  • Size: One-on-One
  • Instructor: Aaron Draplin
  • Cost: $8 - $20 Per Month
  • Institution: Skillshare

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About Skillshare: Skillshare is a global community where you can learn real-world skills from incredible teachers.

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