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I' m not suggesting to hide the fact that the work itself will be edited, but just to create a work that looks more pro. Plus, if you are publishing a large number of textbooks like mine, it is important to think about your brand. First, you need a name for your legal notice. Don't make it something that is obviously related to you or one of your accounts.
On the other side, it's easy to see that my trademark is the same as my masthead, so my titles are self-published, but that wouldn't be apparent if they just looked at the Amazon page or the physics album. The most good print titles are one and not two or three.
Motorway tolls. If you have to sign up or set up an authorized company, but if you sell a large number of accounts, you can do so for them. So what keeps your textbooks together? However, I realised that it was too distractive and too much of a hassle to use a simple text logotype without point.
Generally, the longer you use your site headers or logos, the more controll you take, the poorer it will look (even for designer like me.... I often have the need to struggle and just go with something simple). Anyway, now I have a new headers and blogstyle that I like, but no logos.
There was a very basic, shallow, 2D thing I needed to evoke the idea of inspiration, productiveness, inspiration and achievement. But I knew that it was too complicated to do it well. The most important thing was that my subject could be immediately conveyed.
The light bulb is clichéd for a reason: everyone knows that it is a symbol of creativity. So, I chose a stylised light bulb badge, purchased it for $29 on Graphicriver and added my text. I would have probably used 99 designs if I wanted an individual logotype. com, where the designer makes many patterns and you pick a new one.
I wanted a fast fix and I didn't want to pay a few hundred bucks to buy a company name. Recollect the ploy is to validate your thoughts but to launch your accounts quickly, at low costs and see if folks like them. Indeed, if this is your first publication, I would not be worried about an overprint or the publication of a logotype; or simply something easy with the first few characters of your overprint name.
You just put that out there. Then you can re-invest on repairing up the accounts, get better coverages and reformatting done and group them together under a printing publication.