Everyone loves coffee, right? What’s better than sitting at your local coffee shop, ordering a cup (or three), and cracking open a book? You might even be thinking it’d be a great idea to own that experience, by starting your own cafe or roastery. Well, good luck! Coffee shops are a notoriously tough, saturated market to break into. (There are over 22,000 Starbucks, just in the US). On the other hand, coffee is the second most traded commodity by value. There’s obviously a special database high demand for wake-up juice. How do you stand out in a crowded field, whether you’re harvesting the beans in the field or pouring the cups in the café? That’s easy. First, make good coffee. (But you probably knew that already.)
Second, create an outstanding coffee logo that catches the eye. Hip, modern designs that look great on a coffee cup — A flat, simple look for your coffee logo gives it a modern feel. Lots of startups use logos like this, and they drink plenty of coffee. Looking beyond the style, consider the content of your logo. Coffee cups & beans are popular, because the clear special database iconography tells you what your getting. But if you’re a café and the logo is going on your cups, I’d advise against putting a cup in your logo. Otherwise, your patrons will wonder if they’re suffering from the Droste effect.
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