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Website: logoed.co.uk
Twitter: @Logoed

When did you start out blogging?
We started the blog way back in 2001 - so we've been going for 11 years now!

How did you choose your blog name?
It was simply to represent what the blog was about at the time.

What is it all about?
Initially it was simply about nice logo marks, hence the name Logoed - but over the years we've realised that there is a lot more to a good brand identity that it's logo, so along with the main logo we now also show a range of materials from the brand - as it's usually the application that is most inspiring.

Why did you start up the blog?
It was simply to inspire ourselves and others when working on branding work. As there wasn't a similar resource available at the time that we knew of - so it was just great to gather a good wealth of inspirational materials together.

What do you do when you're not blogging?
We graphic design.

If you could be in one place in the world right now, where would it be?
Somewhere with a warm summer and a sea.

Who or what is your main inspiration?
Impossible to answer, as it changes daily - that's what keeps it inspirational!





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