Beer branding 101: Good taste also means good design brought to you by The META Q

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Beer branding 101: Good taste also means good design

By Holly Gerard / Posted 12.17.2013 / In Design, Logo/Identity / 0 comments

With craft beer becoming as popular and ubiquitous as it is, it’s becoming harder and harder to choose which breweries to visit, which beer to purchase, which growlers to collect and so on!

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Major League Logos: a Look Into Baseball’s Branding brought to you by The META Q

Major League Logos: a Look Into Baseball’s Branding

By Holly Gerard / Posted 7.2.2013 / In Design, Logo/Identity, Typography / 2 comments

We’re right in the middle of baseball season and with the All-Star break coming up, I thought it might be a good time to take a look at the branding of Major League Baseball teams.

Olympic Gold Design brought to you by The META Q

Olympic Gold Design

By Holly Gerard / Posted 8.14.2012 / In Design, Logo/Identity, Inspiration, Events / 1 comment

While watching the London games this summer, it dawned upon me that this year’s games’ logo was, well, not a favorite of mine. It’s hardly legible, to say the least! It look me a minute to even figure out what it was.

DC Comics logo redesign: A super fail brought to you by The META Q

DC Comics logo redesign: A super fail

By David Precht / Posted 2.7.2012 / In Business, Design, Logo/Identity / 1 comment

With comics readers clamoring for continuity, it stands to reason that DC should have created a logo including elements from the past instead of tossing it all out in favor of a message that seems to drum up thoughts of stickers and failed software companies from the 90s. Comic book writer David Precht nerds out on DC and brings in the Q crew to weigh in on the logo redesign.

LogoGarden: Welcome to the garden of thievin’ brought to you by The META Q

LogoGarden: Welcome to the garden of thievin’

By Lindsay McComb / Posted 8.30.2011 / In Business, Business Process, Design, Logo/Identity / 7 comments

Copyright infringement and blatant theft aside, would you even use a service like LogoGarden? How can a unique brand be mass-produced? Isn't your reputation worth more than $79? Find out more as we explore the garden of thievin'.