Brand image is a lot of things, depending on who you ask. It’s the primary identification of a company — true. It’s the way a company connects with its audience — also true. It’s the logo that marks products produced by the brand — well, now you’re oversimplifying. As a matter of fact, brand image […]
Zaheer Dodhia is a serial entrepreneur and Founder of LogoDesign.net, a SaaS company that offers brand designs. He has a deep understanding of business needs, search engine, and has expertise in graphic design, computer recycling, and technology, which have motivated him to spearhead several online projects including ZillionDesigns, and PCStore.com. He likes to cover topics like branding, graphic design, and computer recycling.
Latest Posts From Zaheer Dodhia
These days, it’s easier than ever to create a piece of graphic design, and this is especially true for logo design. These small graphic works tend to be simple, with relatively few elements and limited colors. They serve the purpose of identifying a brand and have few requirements. However, the design must be memorable, unique, […]
Reduce, Reuse, Recycle — You’ve heard it before, but did you know the saying dates back to the 1970s? That’s when Americans first really got into the underlying earth-conscious movement. As a philosophy, the three Rs have heavily impacted everyone from individual families to large corporations. How SaaS Companies Can Adopt the Reduce, Reuse, and […]
The year 2020 really did a number on individuals, businesses, and the world in general. Looking at the toll that a worldwide pandemic took on companies, the Washington Post states that over 100,000 small businesses have closed their doors forever as a direct result of the virus and the effect it had on the economy. […]
The Internet of Things is a pretty hot topic these days, for a variety of reasons. First, the internet favors IoT, especially in light of the online trend that has spiked in the past year and a half. Also, there seems to be an endless supply of new ways to put the internet to work […]
Every business starts somewhere, and for a startup, that somewhere is in the concept. You get an idea for a great product, and then you build around it. Every aspect of your startup goes back to the kernel of the original idea, because that’s how building works. How to Build Your Startup Brand from Scratch […]