Making a logo for your business could be a nightmare for a person without any design skills or even Adobe suite to begin with. But having a great logo is extremely important for your business. This is a blog on some tools you could use to get started.
1. Design Mantic- https://www.designmantic.com/
Plug in your company name and bam, you get pages of logos to choose from. The great thing about this is that once you choose your logo, you can get a branding toolkit to keep your branding consistent for all your marketing material.
Below is an example when we typed in Treehouse Space.
2. Logo Makr- https://logomakr.com/
You can play around with this tool until you are happy with the result. It is free unless you want to download it as a vector image.
3. Graphic Springs - https://www.graphicsprings.com/
Same idea as Logo Makr, but a bit more graphics to choose from and it is $19 to download the vector image.
4. Canva - www.canva.com
This is one of the best design tools for non designers out there. In fact, this is my favorite tool. They have templates from logo to fliers to social media templates. You could choose free designs or designs that cost $1 or $2. If you are subscribed to a plan, you could add teammates as well as your marketing kit all the same way.
Try it out!
5. 99 Designs - https://99designs.com/
I first learned about this service from Tim Ferriss's 4-Hour Work Week. If you go to 99designs.com/tim , you could even get a special deal on a package.
This is one of the more affordable ways to get your logo outsourced. Basically, you describe your product, and 99 Designs run a contest for you to pick. You will pay when you pick your favorite design out there.
6. Cloudpeeps https://www.cloudpeeps.com/
Quality freelancers you can depend on. Cloudpeeps comes with a concierge service to make sure that you are matched with the best designer for your company. They are really a great community of talents to get your business to the next level.
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