You’ve always wanted to know how to make a logo for free, one that looks professional but that you can make yourself.
And you’ve probably read all sorts of info about using a logo design. So, why is it that you still don’t have a logo, or at least one you like, that makes sense for your company?
I get it. Learning about logos is fine. But it’s still completely overwhelming to actually get one, right?! Too much money, too much time, too much experience… that you don’t have!
No worries! I’m going to help you create a logo design you can be proud of… step-by-step. I’ll show you how to make a logo for free from beginning to end. Seriously! We‘re doing this together!
What a bummer… that you can’t just put up a website, make sales and forget about it. Sorry, that would just be asking for multiple website design mistakes to happen! And big mistakes mean that people won’t stick around for long on your site.
Forget trying to copy the design that’s working well for other brands. Keeping your design original and unique is the first way of gaining your audience’s attention. Their visual brand design may not even fit with what you are trying to convey to your customers. Further, if you copy your competitors look and feel, you’ll appear not only untrustworthy and uncreative, you could end up with legal trouble.
Truth is, you should be using social media graphics every day! You need to stand out from the crowd and social media is the way to do it.
Don’t stress! There is some good news:
I’ve found out that it doesn’t have to be difficult or expensive to do-it-yourself. Here are the options for DIY social media image creation.
Do you want great graphic design at your fingertips? How about complete control over your branding and design needs? Need flexibility? Using graphic design software may be right for you!
Is it time to add a little pizazz to your logo design? Consider these quick and easy cool text effects.
Seriously, consider all the logos based on text only: Disney, Oreo, Coca-Cola and Subway, just to name a few.
Maybe you didn’t study graphic design, but we can probably all agree that boring Helvetica Font isn’t likely to make a lasting impression, especially on the web where stimulating graphics compete 24/7. However, making text the main feature of your logo or graphic, when given a unique twist, can convey your brand identity and give potential customers a message about how you do business: Straight forward and professional? Fun and exciting? Motivational?