If you are unfamiliar with the idea of User Experience design (UX), it may sound a bit ethereal or theoretical. It is actually anything but theory – think of it as the software world’s way of creating blueprints. I thought it might be useful to post a little portfolio of some real-life examples of UX documents so you can see what this is about.
One thing that people forget when judging a logo design is that it has to look good at many sizes and in many contexts. Your logo has to look great and be highly recognizable as a web header, as a tiny little favicon (the picture that appears on the tabs of your browser), as well as possibly needing to be embroidered on t-shirts and put as a huge graphic on a sign at a convention.