Creating A Professional Logo With Logojoy
A couple of months ago I decided to bite the bullet and take steps to turn my little patch of the internet into a business. I have been working hard on improving my website, photography etc. Recently my attention has turned to creating a professional logo for my ‘brand’, I would like to attend some blogging conferences next year so will need some business cards to hand out, plus it’s always good to have a logo to use across social media channels so I am easily recognisable.
I will be the first to admit I’m not very technical minded and my previous attempts at creating my own logo have not gone well. I was introduced to Logojoy through fellow bloggers and whilst I was sceptical I decided to give it a go.
How To create a professional logo with Logojoy
Logojoy uses artificial intelligence to create a unique logo for your company in a few easy steps.
Type the name of your business.
Pick the logo’s you most like the look of, Logojoy will then use this as inspiration for your personal design.
Choose a colour scheme.
Add in an additional slogan if required.
Search and add up to 5 symbols. I picked ones that would most represent my parenting blog.
You are done! Choose and customise your generated logo. Logojoy will offer you a selection of logo’s based on your previous preferences, you can then fully customise the colour, font etc.
I love how there is an option to see what your logo will look like on business cards as this is the exact reason I wanted to create a logo for.
Choose you payment package
They range from basic $20 to $165. I chose the premium package priced at $65.
Honestly I can’t believe how easy it was to create a professional looking logo I actually liked! I made mine on my phone this morning in about 10 mins, It’s most likely even quicker than that but I’m very indecisive. The website is very easy to use and navigate, even on a phone at 7 o’clock in the morning! I can’t wait to order some business cards to see my design really come to life.
*All opinions in this post are 100% my own. I genuinely can not find fault with this service and would happily recommend it to others.