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Common WordPress Errors & How to Fix Them

Common WordPress Errors & How to Fix Them

WordPress is an amazingly stable platform thanks to the dedication and talent of the hundreds of professionals contributing to it, and the strict code standards they follow. Even so, the huge variety of themes, plugins and server environments out there make it difficult to guarantee nothing will ever go wrong. This guide will help you […]

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Hench brand refresh (2019)

Hench brand refresh (2019)

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Brand refresh implemented across a variety of print and promotional material for Hench, a Belfast-based state of the art training and recovery facility.

Hench deliver world-class coaching focused on the individual to optimise performance, health, wellbeing and recovery. To better reflect the level, and variety, of services on offer, we worked together to develop a variety of material which included corporate, benefit and pricing brochures, annual folders, training diaries, review cards, gift cards and stationery.

MFred is used for headings, paired with Neue Helvetica and Source Code.

See also the previous post about the Hench identity and website from 2018.

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5 Modern Clocks for the Time Change

5 Modern Clocks for the Time Change

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Daylight Savings is almost over, and with it goes an extra hour of daylight in the evening. Since everyone will be thinking about the time this weekend, we wanted to highlight some of our favorite timepieces. With these modern clocks, you’ll always know what time it is, and you’ll be able to add a touch of modern design to any room!

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The Flipping Out Flip Clock series is the definition of a cool, modern clock. The numbers flip as the minutes go by, making it a unique visual. This clock fits on a table, shelf – even a wall!

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Taking inspiration from the style of sundials, the Delta Black Composite Clock by Lawa Design uses shadows to tell time. The face surface has folds that mark the hours and different shades as the clock interacts with light.

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Easy to read, this striking black and white clock has large numerals in a classic font. It will fit right in with many home styles, and it will always be easy to know the time.

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Tell time your own way with TOO Designs’ Too-do Large Clock. This writable dry-erase clock can be organized how you want: as a to-do list, a schedule or a clock with your personalized artwork.

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The Texttime Bamboo Clock is multi-functional: It tells time, and it’s also a shelf! It comes with a creative, whimsical design in that you can actually read the time instead of seeing it as numerals. It’s sleek and eye-catching.

>>> Don’t see the clock you’re looking for? Head to the Design Milk Shop to see more options! <<<

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Law &amp; Order

Law &amp; Order

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Law & Order is a US television series set in New York City that first aired 30 years ago today, on September 13, 1990, and ran for 20 seasons until its final episode in 2010. Each episode is split into two segments: an investigation by the police (Law) and subsequent prosecution by the district attorney’s office (Order). The series has been spun off into a larger franchise of shows, including Law & Order: SVU which is the longest running primetime live-action series in US television history.

Starting with the very first season, and continuing across the franchise, Law & Order has made prominent use of Friz Quadrata for its titling and branding. Along with the show’s trademark dun-dun sound, the simple but consistent use of the typeface has cemented the brand among the most iconic in US television. As Art of the Title explains it:

It’s a testament to the power and ubiquity of the series that 30 years later one glimpse of that typeface and two bits of sound can immediately transport audiences back to a world of perilous but soothing procedure, where process and justice are the only things worth a damn.

The original title sequence was created by Betty Green with the Howard Anderson Company, and though some details have changed with new seasons (most notably between seasons 3 and 4) and rotations with the cast, the overall design remained more or less the same over the years.

The episodes start with the main title in all caps while a stiff voiceover sets the stage for the show. “LAW & ORDER” is shown at first as just the shade of the letters, gradually fading into the rendering of white letters with a dark shadow and outer glow of blue for the top line and red for the bottom. The short pre-intro concludes with the now-famous dun-dun sound.

Following a short teaser scene, the full title sequence continues, accompanied by a synth-jazzy soundtrack. Dramatic zoom-ins on “LAW” and “ORDER”, interspersed with stark imagery, continue the blue and red color coding to introduce the cast of police and attorneys, respectively. The actors’ portraits fade in from halftone renderings, with a few minor appearances of Eurostile for “STARRING” and “DIRECTED BY”.

In addition to the title sequence, Friz Quadrata also features prominently in the show’s intertitles, used to help move the storyline along quickly, giving the show a distinctive fast-paced editing style. According to the show’s creator, Dick Wolf:

The title cards take the place of a lot of the garbage time in most shows of people driving up to buildings, getting out of cars, walking in, going up in elevators, walking out … There are no establishing shots. There are no transition shots.

The final episode of the original Law & Order series aired on May 24, 2010, but subsequent spin-off series have continued to make prominent use of Friz Quadrata. After 30 years, it’s one of the longest and most consistent uses of a typeface for any TV franchise ever.

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20+ Best Coffee Shop & Cafe Logo Brand Designs (Caffeine-Worthy)

20+ Best Coffee Shop & Cafe Logo Brand Designs (Caffeine-Worthy)

For most of us, a coffee shop is not only a place where we go to get our daily dose of caffeine, but also a place where we go when we need a break from our office space yet still want to be productive. 

Since coffee shops play an important role in our lives, make sure your coffee shop attracts your ideal customers. The right coffee shop logo is an important way to get noticed.

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This coffee shop design is one of many you’ll find on Placeit.

The best way to connect with your ideal customers is through your branding and your logo. 

Just think of Starbucks—one of the most popular names in the coffee shop industry. They’re familiar not only because of their large selection of coffee, but also because of their unique logo. 

That’s why designing your logo is important. In this post, you’ll learn how to quickly design a beautiful coffee logo, and you’ll see a number of the best coffee shop and cafe logo designs from Placeit and Envato Elements.

Inspiration: 20+ Best Coffee Shop & Cafe Logo Designs to Download in 2021

When it comes to DIY-ing your coffee logo design, your first stop should be Placeit. Placeit offers dozens of coffee logo templates that you can use to quickly design your coffee brand logo, even if you’re not a designer.

The templates are easy to customize as all you’ve got to do is change the fonts and colors, enter your business details, and swap out the icons. Let’s take a look at the best coffee logo designs available on Placeit.                 

1. Art Gallery Coffee Shop Logo

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The first coffee logo on this list features an elegant and minimalist design. The online logo maker offers a variety of badges and icons that you can use to customize the design. This elegant logo is perfect for a high-end coffee shop or an art gallery.

2. Traditional Coffee Shop Logo Maker

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The next logo features a clean and modern design that invites visitors to come in and try a cup of coffee. You can easily customize the colors and fonts, and the template even comes with presets that you can use as a starting point.

3. Coffee Shop Logo Maker

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This modern coffee brand logo is a great choice if you’re looking for a modern style logo. The template uses sans serif typefaces, which are often associated with a modern style, but you can easily change them to your favorite fonts. The template also includes several icons that you can use for your logo.

4. Coffee Brand Logo Maker With Coffee Beans Line Art

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Try this coffee brand logo if you’re using organically grown coffee in your coffee shop. Thanks to the elegant coffee bean line art, you’ll be able to stand out among other coffee shops in the area and attract coffee lovers who appreciate organic coffee.

5. Classic Coffee Shop Logo Maker

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Try this coffee brand logo for your coffee shop if you’re looking for a classic design. This logo template features an Italian Moka pot, a very traditional coffee maker, in a badge with warm tones. Edit this logo with your brand name and colors in our online logo maker.

6. Coffee Shop Logo Maker With Funny Graphics

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What’s a better way to create a memorable brand than to use a dose of humor and a unique icon for your logo? This template makes it easy to stand out as it uses an adorable monkey graphic as the icon. However, you can easily change it and customize the colors, as well as playing around with the layout of the elements.

7. Cafe Logo Maker for Coffee and Tea Designs

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This simple coffee shop logo is a great choice if you love minimalist style. The logo uses bright colors, which are perfect for conveying a happy mood and inviting your potential customers to come on in and enjoy their book with a good cup of coffee in hand.

8. Coffee Shop Logo Maker with Coffee Icons

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Consider this logo if you use organic coffee brands in your coffee shop. The logo uses dark tones, which are the perfect representation of coffee and a circular badge. However, you’ll notice that there are a number of different icons and outer badges that you can use to customize how the final logo looks.

9. Restaurant Logo Maker for Organic Coffee

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The Restaurant Logo Maker for Organic Coffee is an elegant coffee brand logo template that makes it easy to quickly create a logo. Try moving the elements around to create a unique layout, or change the colors to reflect your brand. Don’t forget to customize the fonts and enter your coffee brand name instead.

10. Tea Club Logo Generator

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Even though this logo is for an elegant tea club, you can easily adapt it to your coffee shop by editing the text. This coffee logo design is a great choice for any new coffee shop that wants a modern and elegant logo. The template uses a bright pop of red, which makes your logo stand out. You can customize the layout of the elements and customize the fonts and colors to match your brand.

11. Coffee Mug Logo Template

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This cafe logo features a simple yet cheerful design with a cute coffee mug. It’s a great choice if you’re offering coffee in a cozy coffee shop. The logo can be customized with your colors and fonts, and you can manually adjust how the elements are organized.

12. Cool Coffee Shop Logo Maker With Coffee Grains

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This cool coffee house logo is another great choice for any coffee house that wants to stand out by using organic coffee brands. The logo uses a subtle neutral color scheme and elegant typography, which can easily be swapped out for your brand colors and fonts.  

13. Hipster Coffee Logo Maker

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This coffee company logo is the perfect example to show that a coffee logo doesn’t always have to use traditional coffee symbols or colors. You’re sure to stand out with this template and its modern colors if you run a coffee shop targeting hipsters and a younger clientele.

14. Coffee Shop Origami Logo Template

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The Coffee Shop Logo Design template features a minimalist design. The template is primarily text-based, but an origami figure takes the center of attention. If you want this design to be even simpler, you can make it larger and reduce the size of the text. Don’t forget to add a pop of color if you’re not a fan of monochrome tones.

15. Vintage Style Coffee House Logo

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If you’re going for a more classic look, consider this coffee company logo that features a vintage-looking badge and nice typography. To make this logo your own, add your brand colors and experiment with different badge shapes.

16. Logo Maker to Create a Coffee Shop Logo

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This coffee brand logo is a great choice if you want a vintage, retro-style logo. The template includes several different icons and you can try different layout suggestions to create a truly unique logo. You can also see how the logo would look on different branding assets such as shirts, posters, and more.

17. Coffee Brand Logo Maker

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Another minimalist template, this coffee house logo design would be perfect for any coffee brand that wants a unique yet simple design. The template uses a neutral color scheme and modern fonts, which makes it easy to customize with your brand colors and fonts.

18. Colombian Coffee Brand Logo Template

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Consider this coffee shop logo if you’re running a coffee shop where your customers can buy unique coffee, like Colombian coffee. The template uses adorable icons that you can easily customize, and the fonts are perfect for any coffee company logo that wants to attract an audience.

19. English Tea Store Logo Template

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If you run a fancy tea shop, give this logo template a try. It’s a great choice for a coffee shop or tea shop in a modern, urban setting, thanks to its Art Nouveau inspired design. You can customize the colors, fonts, and background color.

20. Tea Shop Logo Maker

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Don’t be fooled by this logo template name—even though it says it’s for tea shops, the template can easily be customized for a coffee shop logo. All you’ve got to do is change the icons and customize the colors to reflect your brand.

21. Pretty Tea Shop Logo Template

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This is another great example of a beautifully designed logo template that’s versatile enough to be used for several industries. Customize this template by adding your coffee brand name and then omit the icon to remove tea references. You can also use a background pattern to make your logo stand out more.

5 Quick Tips to Create a Cool Coffee Shop Logo

Creating a logo for your coffee shop can be expensive if you decide to hire a pro because you don’t have any design skills. If you’re just starting out, hiring a professional designer might not be in the budget. However, the good news is that you can quickly design your coffee company logo thanks to marketplaces like Placeit.

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You’ll find some of the best coffee logo designs on Placeit.

Placeit offers an easy to use online logo generator that you can use to create your cool coffee shop logo. It offers dozens of various logo templates, and we’ll show you how you can use it to make a great coffee brand logo.

1. Name Your Coffee Shop

The first step in your logo design is to decide what the name of your coffee shop will be, as well as whether you want to use a text-based logo or a logo that uses a combination of text and icons. This will make it easier to choose a logo template from Placeit to customize.

2. Create a Free Account

Create a free account on Placeit, and then click on Logos in the menu, enter your coffee shop name, and be sure to choose Coffee Shop industry from the drop-down menu.

When the logos load, you can go through the selection and find a logo template that you like best. 

3. Choose a Text-Based Logo 

Don’t forget to choose a text-based logo if you don’t want any icons. Alternatively, choose a logo that uses both if you opted for a more complex logo style.

4. Customize the Coffee Shop Logo Template

Now it’s time to customize the template. First, consider your brand colors and how you want to use them in the logo. 

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For example, you can use a lighter color for the background and a darker color for the text with an accent color for the icon. If you want your logo to appear more elegant, consider using serif fonts. If you’re going for a more contemporary look, consider using sans-serif fonts.

In this example, I’ve exchanged the default image for a scoop of coffee beans to make this more of a coffee bean logo.

5. Refine Your Coffee Logo Design

Continue tweaking the logo design until you’re happy with it and you feel that it captures your brand look and feel perfectly. 

Once you’re happy, you can download the logo for a small fee by hitting the Download button.

Find More Cool Coffee Company Logos on Envato Elements

If you can’t find what you’re looking for on Placeit, consider searching for the perfect coffee shop logo on Envato Elements. Envato Elements has hundreds of coffee shop logos in a variety of styles. What makes Envato Elements different from Placeit is that Envato Elements offers other design assets such as fonts and icons, which you can use in your coffee logo design.

Coffee Shop Logo Template is a great choice if you’re looking for a retro style logo with a vintage feel. The template comes in Illustrator and Photoshop file format, so you can easily edit it and customize it to fit your needs.

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Another great example of a coffee shop logo template from Envato Elements is this awesome Coffee Shop Logo collection. It includes a set of eight different logos that can be customized to match your coffee shop brand.

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You can download as many coffee logos as you want and experiment with the design until you find the perfect logo for your coffee shop.

Discover More Design Inspiration

After browsing through our selection of the coolest coffee logo templates from Placeit, our online logo maker, and some fun coffee logo designs from Envato Elements, you must be looking for more design inspiration about brand and logo creation. Let me share some cool resources with you:

Design a Cool Coffee Brand Logo With Placeit

Designing your own cool coffee brand logo isn’t difficult when you’ve got tools like Placeit available online. 

You can easily design a coffee shop logo even if you’re not a designer, thanks to the dozens of easy-to-use coffee logo templates on Placeit. If you need even more inspiration, don’t forget to check out our cool coffee shop logo collection on Envato Elements.

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