Lindon Leader

Lindon has over a Thirty-year career in Logo design and Corporate identity,
Since 2001, Lindon has built a successful design company, Leader Creative, in Park City, Utah where he continues to serve the branding needs of clients around the world. Previously, Lindon served as executive creative director for Addison and senior design director for Landor Associates. After receiving degrees in Political Science from Stanford University and Advertising Design from the Art Center College of Design,

Lindon began his career at Bass/Yager Associates, Los Angeles and served as Design Coordinator for the Los Angeles Olympic Organizing Committee. At Landor Associates (San Francisco), Lindon was responsible for broad ranging branding programs that included, among others, CIGNA, Dun & Bradstreet, Technicolor, Federal Express, Ryder Systems, DoubleTree Hotels, the Salt Lake 2002 Olympic Winter Games and Brazil’s Banco Bradesco S.A., the largest private bank in Latin America.

He uses a range of colours from the colour wheel including Split Complementary, mono chromatic(Great salt lake nature centre), complementary(USA) and analogous and minimal use of black239968

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3 thoughts on “Lindon Leader”

  1. This guy has such a cool name. Also, the Fedex logo is so sweet with the arrow included in the text, he’s so clever. He’s got a pretty consistent style throughout all his logos as well, there’s a lot of similarities I think maybe that’s just because his colours are all so bright in all of his logos.

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  2. Hey mboyledesign, Neat write up on Lindon Leader! I like the way Lindon uses a range of colours from the colour wheel including Split Complementary, mono chromatic(Great salt lake nature centre), complementary(USA) and analogous and minimal use of black.

    The FedEx Express logo is very interesting, I like the way the purple and orange come together and harmonise, I also like how the (Ex) negative space creates a forward moving arrow meaning swift, fast direct movement.

    The other logos you have presented by Lindon are also very strong and simplistic, I like the way he uses strong colours, repetition of line and colour !

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  3. I really like Lindon Leader’s designs, his use of bright vibrant colour’s, bold text’s and hidden messages.
    Example: the hidden arrow in the FedEx logo, identifying the speed and precision of the company.
    Leader’s design’s get the message across and and are easily recognized.

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