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Creating a blog logo with Logojoy

November 6, 2017
Creating a logo with Logojoy

Your logo is such an important part of your blog or brand. Giving my blog a more professional look is top of my to do list. One of the things I would really like is a new logo and blog header.  I’m going to show you today how easy it is to create a professional looking logo using Logojoy. Logojoy is simple to use for creating your own brand logos in next to no time. Design is not my strongest skill so if I can do it, anyone can.

How to use Logojoy

  1. The first step is to include your company name.
  2. Next, you will see a selection of sample logos. Pick 5 that you like the look of.

 

 

3. Next, choose your colours.

4. Add a slogan if you wish.

5. Choose up to 5 symbols.

6. Now the next step is the clever part. You will be shown a selection of logos for your blog or brand. Pick your favourite which can be further edited to create the look you want.

 

 

These further tweaks can include changing the font style and size, symbol location etc.

Once you are happy with your logo it is really simple to purchase and download it.

What did I think of Logojoy?

My initial plan was to make a new blog header/logo (as I’m not happy with my current one that I made myself). However, once I had played with the software it became clear that I would not be able to create a blog header that I was happy with. This is not logojoy’s fault. Just further proof that I should leave blog header design to the professionals! The logos that you can create with this software are professional but simpler than I would like for my blog. For example, only one colour is used.

The website is very simple to use and it is very easy and quick to make professional logos. In the end, I made a logo for the Pinterest for bloggers facebook group I co-run with Jemma from Thimble and twig. I’m really happy with my logo. What do you think?

Disclosure- I was provided with a code for a premium logo package and compensated for my time. All thoughts and opinions are my own. See my disclosure for more information on how I work with brands.

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