3 great resources for your first logo

Congratulations–you have an awesome idea and a domain to match! (Right? If not, get started here!) There’s lots to do to get your idea out to the world, but one super easy way of looking professional right off the bat is to have a great logo. Asics Mujer

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    Free: Squarespace Logo

    The sheer simplicity and ease of using Squarespace Logo really sucked me in.

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    Cost of a nice dinner: VistaPrint

    Want to combine getting your business cards printed with a new logo? We thought you might. Fjallraven Kanken Kopen Nike Air Max Goedkoop Check out VistaPrint’s logo design for a host of ready-made designs that are plenty customizable. Nolan Ryan Jersey Adidas Stan Smith Heren Did we mention they’re affordable too? You can keep the logo in a variety of forms (color, B&W, vertical/horizontal layouts, and more) for just $25 or slap it onto a business card or anything else you may want from VistaPrint.

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    Costs as much as you want: 99 Designs

    99 Designs is an incredible resource for creating your own logo that uses crowdsourcing from an enormous designer base you get to keep the rights to. Vêtements Adidas Pas Cher Pas Cher Womens Air Jordan 3 There’s 200,000 graphic designers so you’re bound to get an awesome, professional logo you love or your money back (guaranteed). Nike Air Jordan 14
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    For fun: Hipster Logo Generator

    This is pure fun! Channel your inner hipster (if it’s not already out) and create a sufficiently un-basic logo that’s free to download from the Hipster Logo Generator. Colin Kaepernick Jersey adidas yeezy boost 350 damskie You should also pay attention to the Hipstometer. asics femme pas cher fjällräven kånken Laptop 13 sac fjällräven kånken Unless you don’t care about those things, of course.

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    One last thing…color!

    So once you have a great logo that you like, how do you decide what color it should be? This is definitely worth thinking about! The color of your logo says an awful lot about your business. Are you creative and passionate or perhaps more restrained and luxurious? Pick a color that reflects that! Here’s a great video from Entrepreneur that explains this. Air Huarache LUNARGLIDE 8

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    2 Responses to “3 great resources for your first logo”

    1. Sam Rye

      Hey POP troops,

      Awesome, thanks for the inspiration! I haven’t played with SquareSpace Logo maker yet.

      I recently came across Tailor’s automated logo designer which is really quite awesome for a free / low price: https://www.tailorbrands.com

      • Elicia Sacharow

        Thanks, Sam! That’s an awesome one too. 🙂

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