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How To Create A Good DIY Logo

Small business owners can relate to the need to save money in their businesses. Most of these businesses are beginning to make their logo in a bid to save money. Creating logos does not have to be a very complicated thing. With a few established guidelines the process of creating can be simplified. In this article we will focus on some of those tips to making a good logo.

Of great importance is that you know what your business stands for which will make it easy for you to incorporate it in the logo. Logos need to be a representation of what a business does in a creative graphic way. If you do not know your brand then you will have difficulty coming up with a logo that is relevant or authentic to your business. Therefore before you embark on creation of a logo know your business very well.

You could always opt for logos that are simplistic. For our example, we could use wedding cakes businesses. Their logo would simply include the name of the business and an image of a wedding cake such that when someone looks at the logo they know that the business is for specifically selling wedding cakes.

It is possible to have a logo that only has texts only but no images. You will be surprised at how effective these logos are. You, however, need to use a few strategies to ensure a logo that only has texts to be effective. First the texts ought to be in a font and size that is readable. You need to pick a font that reflects your brand such that if you are known for elegance, then your font choice should show that. The text that is used in this kind of logos is the name of the business.

It is important to note that color is crucial when it comes to DIY logos. You need to have a logo that has not more than three colors. This way you will be able to use color to attract the attention of those who look at it without confusing them with many colors. When a logo has many colors, it looks so busy. Using few colors will be to your benefit because you will not spend a lot on printing and embroidery where charges are based on the number of colors, more, for sports teams who print so many items.

These tips will get you started as you make your DIY logo.