When it comes to creating a brand for yourself, a great place to start is designing a logo. It doesn’t have to be wild or intricate.You want something that represents you and what your brand stands for. There are tons of ways to create a logo, from doing it yourself to outsourcing to a designer. We’ve narrowed down some reliable options for you.
If you are well-versed in the world of design, or would like to be, then Adobe Illustrator is a great place to create your brand’s logo. It’s a user-friendly software with built-in tutorials to help make all of your logo dreams come true. They even offer a handy 40-day free trial so you can test it out without committing your hard-earned cash! This way you can give it a try and if it proves too hard or time-consuming, then you can take a different path. Hands-free!
There are also great free tutorials and courses on YouTube that get you up to speed on the software and tricks of the trade. These skills can come in handy later for creating merch designs, too. Just saying… 😉
Do you want to design your own logo without needing to download software or without starting from scratch? Canva is the perfect solution! This online tool will allow you to pull from free and low-priced vectors, a variety of fonts, and more to create the perfect logo for your brand.
Another perk to Canva? There are pre-made templates for Instagram & Facebook posts and stories as well as Twitter and many more. You can use your free account to create branded imagery to help sell your merch, too! What a deal 😎
If you feel like creating a logo is way out of your comfort zone, we introduce you to the handy, dandy website called Fiverr! It allows you to find a designer and outsource the job for a low price.
It’s an inexpensive alternative to creating your own logo, as you hire a designer to bring your vision to life, no problem. Most designers charge $25-$45 for a few design options, with a turnaround time between 24-48 hours. Convenient, right? 🙌
So, no excuses, right? It’s time to create the logo of your dreams to promote the brand you’re working so hard to build! Up and at ‘em, people 🎨
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