Designing a Courseware System Logo, Pt. 1

Designing a Courseware System Logo, Pt. 1

Coggno Inc. | Oct, 31 2008

Designing a courseware system to upload to Coggno’s syndicator? Or maybe you’ve already developed the course, but have yet to perfect the simplest part: the logo.

Let’s face it, a logo is kind of like a book cover; in the long run, it doesn’t really signify much. Your courseware system itself has to be strong, well-developed and effective in order to succeed in the marketplace. But the saying “don’t judge a book by its cover” doesn’t exist for nothing. The fact is, we do make quick, visual judgments when selecting everything from courseware systems to shampoo to restaurants to, well, books. Like a good book cover, a logo piques interest, appeals to some aesthetic sensibility, and quickly distinguishes your course from the rest.

Already have your logo and courseware ready to go? Take advantage of Coggno’s exciting promotion. From now until November 15, we’ll migrate your content for you, free.

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