Are you in need of a new logo for your blog? Do you want to stand out from the crowd with a professional logo design? Then you’ve come to the right place.
Whether you’re new to blogging or you’re a veteran blogger, one thing that’s important when setting up a blog is to create a blog brand which is memorable and that stands out. This includes having a unique name, a sleek layout and a professional logo.
Today I will be showing you how you can create a brand new professional logo with Logojoy in 6 simple steps. It really is that easy!
Before you start creating your logo you will need to sign up for an account with Logojoy, this means you will be able to save the logos you like and come back to them later.
Once you have signed up and activated your account it’s time to start creating your very own masterpiece. You will be presented with a selection of different logo designs and your task is to choose your 5 favourite designs, this will let the generator know what type of logo you like. The generator will then use your selections as inspiration for your own logo – clever right?!
The second step to creating your logo is to select a colour palette. There are 9 colours palettes to choose from and you can select as many as you like which is useful if you would like to see how your logo would look in different colours. Don’t panic if you find a logo but want to change the colour, this is something you can edit later if you buy the Premium or Enterprise package.
The next step is to let the generator know your company name and slogan (if you have one), you can omit the slogan if you only want your company name. It’s advised to keep the slogan short as this is what looks best when paired with a logo.
For step 4 you can select up to 5 symbols/icons which you would like to use on the logo, this could be a computer, animal, people, the options are almost limitless. Simply enter a search term into the search box and you will see a selection of symbols to choose from, you can select up to 5. If you would prefer to have a text only logo with no symbol/icon then you can skip this step and move on to the next step.
You will now be presented with a selection of logos which have been generated for you using the selections you made in the previous 4 steps. You can scroll through the logos until you find one you like, you can then favourite the logo by clicking the heart icon. This will take you to a new screen where you can preview your logo, edit the text, layout, colour and symbol until it’s exactly how you would like it.
Once you have your logo designed how you would like it, you will have to decide which logo package to purchase. There are three choices, Basic ($20), Premium ($65) and Enterprise ($165). Once you have selected which package you would like you will be able to select other add-ons including a social media kit, designer time and much more. You will then receive files which you can download that contain your logo in various formats. Depending on your package you can make changes to your logo even after you have bought it.
And that’s it! You will now have a lovely new logo which will help set your blog apart from the crowd.
My Overall thoughts
I found the Logojoy process very quick and easy, it gave me the opportunity to create a logo which is professional, reflects my blog and which can be updated if I choose to change the colour scheme or tagline etc – brilliant! I’m very impressed with the service and would recommend it without hesitation to bloggers who are looking for a new logo, whether that be a blog logo, linky logo or social media logo it’s so easy to create your own logo just how you would like it.
If you would like to see what Logojoy has to offer you, then why not head over to the website and create a logo yourself, you can preview logos for free before purchasing one and receiving the download files. If you sign up using my referral link then you will receive $20 off the premium package which makes it just $45!
If you create a logo let me know in the comments below, I would love to see them.
*I received a free premium logo for the purpose of this review. All thoughts and opinions are my own.