When it came to designing how I wanted my blog to look, I would say the hardest part for me was deciding what logo to go with. Thanks to a website called ‘Logojoy‘ this can now be made a whole lot simplier.
Unlike my first ever logo that I created when I first started my blog, using templates I found on Pinterest etc and then trying to adapt them Logo Joy doesn’t use templates. Instead Logojoy uses artificial intelligence to help generate beautifully unique logo designs for each of its customers.
Now although I must admit I am happy with my current logo as it suits my blog currently. My little ones are starting to grow up and as such I have started to consider as my blog changes how I could adapt my blog design to it. Logojoy was a great way for my to try out some new ideas for the future and it was really quick and easy to do.
How It Works:
The first thing it asks you to do is to look at some of the pre-existing logo designs a minimum of 5, to help give it an idea of the kind of style you might like.
After this you can then select the colours that you would like to use and it also asks you to enter you brand name and slogan (optional)
Once you’ve chosen your colours, you can then choose to add up to 5 symbols as well. Their are lots of different ones to choose from and you can use a search bar to type in what your looking for. This time round however I decided to go for a simple design, so I didn’t make use of the symbol option. So I just opted to skip the step and was taken to a page with numerous designs based on what I had selected up until this point.
This page then gives you lots of different ideas to choose from based on what you have told logojoy up until this point. Once you find one that you are happy with you even have the option of then customising futher, tweaking colours and fonts until your 100% happy with your option. The best part is its free to design your logo and you won’t have to pay until your finished and happy.
Above the finished design I created, which is so simple and elegant, I love it. I can now download my design using one of the package options logojoy offer – you can choose from a $20 basic package, a $65 premium package or a $165 enterprise package. I opted for the $65 premium package as it meant I had access to a higher resolution logo for my website.
Overall I had lots of fun using the Logojoy website. I was really impressed with how easy and straightforward it was to use. I was really chuffed with the end result and will definitely be coming back to Logojoy in the future when it comes to giving my blog a refresh.
Disclosure: I was kindly provided with a code for Logojoys premium package in exchange for this review. However as always all opinions are honest and that of my own.