Quadrangle Logo Design – Efficiency via Simplicity

One of the ways to make a logo design look professional, reserved, yet noble and aesthetically appealing is to use simple geometric figures, such as a square or a rectangle or a quadrangle in the broader meaning. In addition to aesthetic characteristics and favorable profile for visual perception, quadrangle shapes on the logo may also possess distinct symbolic meaning of some protected and well-delimitated area with the core element of the logo placed in the middle of the square field. Such quadrangle-shaped logos may fit all kinds of projects: from hotel logos to social initiatives and to real estate agencies. Properly combined with other graphic elements, background, and color palette, quadrangle logos may become efficient identifications for business and impressive addition to a logo designer’s portfolio.

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