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How to create a logo even if you can’t draw to save your life.

Introducing the New ARDMS Logo. We are excited to share with you the new ARDMS® logo! Our new logo was designed to honor the ARDMS’ long history, celebrate our Registrants, symbolize the field of sonography and represent our mission of quality patient care through the certification and continuing competency of ultrasound professionals. Logos is frequently translated as some variation of “logic or reasoning,” but it originally referred to the actual content of a speech and how it was organized. Today, many people may discuss the logos qualities of a text to refer to how strong the logic or reasoning of the text is. Introduction to Logo and Text Animation in After Effects — Part 3 - L6624c Eran has established a track record in helping designers to improve their skills with visual effects and motion graphics. He created a handful of online courses for LinkedIn Learning. Logo - Introduction - Logo is a programming language that is very simple and easy to learn. It is used for teaching students and children how to program a computer.

Most new business ventures need a logo. But not many of them can afford to hire a big design agency or even a freelance designer to do the work. Not to worry… Logomaker can help you create a fantastic new logo—even if you can’t draw anything more than a stick figure.

Want to learn the basics of logo design? Check out the six short chapters below and you’ll know everything you need to get started. Click the first one to get started, or skip to the part that interests you most. Seriously, it’s this easy.

1: Do you really need a logo design?

Before you design a logo or hire a designer to do it for you, you need to know if you really need a logo or not. This page will help you figure that out. Click here to decide if you need a logo.

2: What can a great logo do for your business?

Did you know that a logo can change your customer’s behavior? It’s true. To learn more about what a logo can do, click here.

3: Positioning—the first step to designing your logo.

Before you get into the nuts and bolts of logo design, it helps to think a bit about what ideas your new logo will represent. That’s called positioning. Learn more about positioning here.

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4: What kind of logo—iconic, typographic, or combination?

There are three basic logo types. Here’s how to choose the one that is best for your new venture. Click here to learn about the different kinds of logo designs.

5: Choosing the right font and colors—putting it all together.

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This is where the elements that make an amazing logo come together. Click here to learn how to use Logomaker’s design software to create a logo you’ll love.

6: You have an amazing logo. What’s next?

Getting a logo is just the first step to building a successful business. Next you’ll want to put it on your website, business cards, and other marketing materials. Click here to read about how to use your logo design.

We are excited to share with you the new ARDMS® logo! Our new logo was designed to honor the ARDMS’ long history, celebrate our Registrants, symbolize the field of sonography and represent our mission of quality patient care through the certification and continuing competency of ultrasound professionals.

A New Logo and A New Structure
The reveal of our new logo corresponds with the exciting news that the ARDMS has expanded its organizational structure and governance model to better meet the needs of diverse healthcare professionals around the world. On January 1, 2016, the ARDMS launched an umbrella company (Inteleos™) and a physician-centric certification community (Alliance for Physician Certification and Advancement™ – APCA™) which joined the ARDMS in furthering its long-standing vision of raising the global standards of excellence in healthcare and patient safety. The new structure will be implemented by June 2016 and more information may be found at www.ARDMS.org/2016NewStructure.

The new organizational structure also allows the ARDMS to recommit to solely serve Sonographers. Our Registrants will continue to count on the ARDMS for unparalleled credentialing opportunities, exceptional service and to champion the role and voice of Sonographers around the world.

What the New Logo Represents
The new ARDMS logo serves to celebrate the ARDMS as the guiding star in our new organizational structure. Additionally, the 10 rays symbolize the number of exams the ARDMS currently offers. Some of the rays are also designed to represent sound and sound transmission (transducers) in an aspirational form. Other rays represent our Registrants and how the ARDMS aspires to elevate Sonographers and the practice of ultrasound through certification. Finally, the orange circle at the center of our logo represents the patient. This final piece of symbolism was important as patients are at the heart of the ARDMS and the ultimate beneficiary of our mission to promote quality patient care through the certification and continuing competency of ultrasound professionals.

Please look for the new ARDMS logo as we begin incorporating it on ARDMS materials over the coming year.