If you’re looking to design a logo for your business, then you’ve come to the right place.
Whether you sell homemade jewelry or teach knitting classes, Tailor Brands’ business logo maker will create a unique and memorable logo design that will help your business stand out from the crowd.
Check out some business logos Tailor Brands has designed below, and scroll down for tips on how to create your own!
Create your business logo in two minutes, simply by entering your business name and tagline (if relevant) and clicking Design.
Tell us a little about your business, select a logo type, and choose the fonts you love, so we can create the perfect logo for your brand!
Customize and make tweaks with our logo editor to bring your vision to life.
You can play with fonts, colors, and logo layout – no design skills necessary!
There are a few different types of icons, including abstract, geometric, pictorial, crests and emblems, interactive, and custom. Each type has its own meaning and purpose.
If you want to add an icon to your business logo, try to stick with a shape or graphic representation of the service or product your business provides. A graphic designer could do well with an abstract icon that says something about the creative qualities they bring to the table. While a baker would maybe want to go with a cute cookie icon.
Either way, make sure the icon you chose reflects your business values, doesn’t take up the majority of the overall design, and that it complements all other elements.
The font you use will convey a lot about your business’s personality to your target audience, so you’ll want to choose one that expresses your values.
Your logo font should be in line with your brand identity and reinforce the message you’re trying to communicate. If you’re a dog groomer, then you would want a fun, playful font such as script. But if you offer life coaching services, you would perhaps want to go with a font that conveys authority and dependability like a serifs.
Business logo rule of thumb: Don’t use fonts that are too similar to one another. Try contrasting a serif with a sans-serif, or use an all-caps typeface to grab attention.
Remember that when you’re creating your logo, you can play around with your font in the logo editor until you’re positive that you’ve landed on the right one for your business.
Colors influence our perception and make us feel a certain way, even if we don’t always realize it on a conscious level. That’s why choosing your business logo color palette isn’t just a throw-of-the-dice decision.
You want your logo color scheme to stand out from the others. To make your business logo pop, use 2 contrasting colors. For example, try going with black and white for a dramatic yet elegant effect.
As long as you choose a color palette that stands out you should be good to go, but make sure that your logo colors emphasize the traits about your business that you want your customers to associate with your brand.
You want your logo to look amazing no matter where it’s being showcased, right? Whether it’s on your business card, website header, or merchandise, consider how your logo design will look displayed across different mediums.
Let’s say you have a brick-and-mortar store, you’ll want to take signage into account; if your business exists online, focus on optimizing the logo layout for your social media profile.
So that it looks good everywhere you use it, aim for a layout that preserves the quality of your logo despite it being resized.