Designers need a good website logo, says graphic designer Alex O’Brien. 

And, for your portfolio, you need a logo that is consistent with your branding.

O’Briens logo is a bit of an eye-catcher: It has a large white circle around a black background. 

Its the perfect font to use for branding, says O’Reilly. 

“It’s not too bold, not too subtle,” he says.

“The design is simple and it’s clean.”

O’Brien uses a few different types of logo designs to help create his logo designs.

He says his biggest concern with his logo is not the type, but the overall look. 

If your logo is too similar to your competitors, you risk getting lost in the shuffle. 

O’Reilly says a logo should be visually different from everything else in your portfolio. 

You need to make sure it’s visually distinct, he says, and then you need to build a logo around that.

“It should not be too simple,” he adds. 

A logo that looks like a business card is a great example.

“If you have a business logo, it should be recognizable, and it should stand out from the rest,” O’Keefe says. 

His logo also helps create a sense of identity.

“You need a strong, solid, identifiable logo that’s unique to you, that you know and understand,” he explains. 

With a logo, you should also look for one that matches your brand.

OOber says that’s easy to do. 

Your logo should have some sort of visual appeal, he explains, and that should be a part of the visual appeal. 

As a designer, you’re not limited to just making a logo.

“What you want to do is try to create a strong logo that people will be able to associate with you and you can create a compelling visual identity,” OObert says.