Whether you’re a graphic or UI designer, the first stage of any project – sketching your initial ideas on paper – is crucial. This step is often overlooked, but it’s essential for delving deep into your knowledge and imagination and bringing your creative ideas to life.
Watching the sketching process in action can be a thing of beauty, and today we’re excited to showcase some examples of the initial logo design process. These examples offer a glimpse into the early stages of the branding process and provide inspiration for your next project.
By exploring other designers’ sketches and brainstorming sessions, you can gain valuable insight into their creative processes and learn how they approach the challenges of logo design. This can be especially helpful if you’re feeling stuck or unsure of how to proceed with your own project.
So take a moment to appreciate the beauty of the initial logo design process, and let it inspire you to push the boundaries of your own imagination and creativity.
Batter World Logo Sketch (by fuentoovehuna)
Hand Drawn Mockup Set (on Envato Elements)
Logotype Sketch Collection (by Creative Mints)
Monogram Logo Sketches (by Inkration Studio)
Sketch Book Mockup (on Envato Elements)
Londonderry Sketch Variations (by Helena Olson)
AspireBoard Logo Sketches (by Eddie Lobanovskiy)
Pocket Notebook Writing Sketch (on Envato Elements)
Swallowtail Vineyards Logo Progression (by Dylan Bannecke)
Logo Thumbnail Sketches (by Bradley Hawkins)
Map Pin & Heart Sketch (by Eddie Lobanovskiy)
Hendrick’s Quinetum (by Quaker City Mercantile)
ITV Logo Creation (by Rudd Studio)
Rich Sullivan Logo Sketches (by skylervm)
MWood Logo Sketch (by Antonio Calvino)
Sketch Kit (by Mike Rohde)
Two Table Spoons Logo Sketch (by Mian Salman)
Monogram Logo Sketching (by Olya Bo)
AV Personal Branding Sketch (by Akos Venesz)
The Blue Stocking (by Yury Veselov)
FLYR Logo Sketching Process (by Ramotion)
Sketching Logo Ideas (by Andrea Binski)