But what if you aren’t sure how to create amazing graphics? And it just seems too hard. Yet you just know the incredible value in doing it yourself.
Don’t worry! Many have been trapped in total newbie designer darkness. Thankfully, however, you can find your way out, way more easily than you think.
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 free logo from beginning to end. Seriously! We‘re doing this together!
5 Web Graphics you must have to run a successful online business:
You’ve probably heard about how important it is to have high-quality images on your website and blog. Okay. Well, just know that you’re missing out big-time if you haven’t put any thought into using awesome web graphics to make your sales!
Before finding out what these super important graphics are, I want you to know WHY web graphics are essential:
Effective web graphics visually explain what you want your audience to understand. This is super important. I’m certainly guilty of not always reading the information right in front of me. I’m in a hurry. You’re in a hurry, too right? And with all the great forms of visual content these days, why bother reading a whole long page?
Do you want great graphics at your fingertips? How about complete control over your design and marketing needs? Need flexibility? Learning graphic design for your own business doesn’t have to be difficult, especially if you’re using a template-based tool.
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?