Bi-Weekly Blog Round-Up

FEATURED Logo Design Of The Week:

Hi everyone, we think you’ll love this design as much as we do! It was the winner of a recent contest that was held here on Hatchwise.

 Great job, ekowahyu

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The Complete History Of The NASA Logo

The NASA logo has gone through a few changes, and we’ve even seen one come back after being retired. The most recognizable logos, affectionately known as the “meatball” and the “worm,” are the perfect symbols of optimism that underlie the feeling of exploration and incredible journeys NASA is known for.

But where did the logos come from, and how did they evolve? Let’s dive into the history of the NASA logo and the brand itself.

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Featured Design Contest: Superhero Goals

Crafting a custom logo is no easy feat. When it comes to designing the face of your company, many of us are left trying to tackle something we aren’t as skilled in. But with Hatchwise, that doesn’t have to be the case. 

Superhero Goals is one of the many clients Hatchwise has recently worked with. After submitting a creative brief, Superhero Goals received countless submissions that all provided a different design angle. Learn more about Superhero Goals’ experience below. 

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Featured Design Contest: Hell Bent Workshop

Founders of businesses are often skilled in what their business was founded around. That means for many business owners, creating a full-scope marketing plan and design may fall outside of their comfort zone. Before hiring an external marketing consultant to take care of this for you, you can explore other cost-effective options that can deliver you those same results, at an affordable price.

Learn more about Hell Bent Workshop’s logo design contest, and their experience with Hatchwise, below.

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How to Diversify Your Business

One of the most common pieces of advice that entrepreneurs receive related to business is to start small, then expand. And that’s exactly what many companies do – they focus on getting a handle on one offering, before expanding to multiple offerings.
There isn’t anything wrong with this strategy as a starting point. By focusing on one offering, a company can put its time and effort into making that one thing the best that it can be to stand out from the competition.
We know this is one of those things that is easier said than done, which is why we’ve compiled a few tips and tricks on how your company can diversify, as well as some real examples of how diversification has been successful with businesses across the globe.
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