You know better than anyone that freelancers’ services are constantly in demand, but there can be steep competition when bidding for a gig. Put yourself ahead of competitors by creating the perfect freelancer logo to represent your business and the services you offer.
Whether you’re in tech, the arts, teaching or bookkeeping, you’ll need a logo that speaks to your target audience. Tailor Brands’ logo maker will create a unique and memorable logo that will take your freelancing business to the next level.
Before you get started, check out some top freelance logos below, or browse through our logo ideas for industry specific inspiration. Then, scroll down for some design best practices.
Create your freelance logo in two minutes, simply by entering your business name and tagline (if relevant) and clicking Design.
Tell us a little about your freelance 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!
An icon-based logo is a symbol that conveys values and ideas that make it immediately recognizable. 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.
Try to find an icon that represents your craft. For example, if you’re a writer, consider a writing instrument like a pencil. And if you’re a graphic designer, you may want to go with a paint palette or a computer mouse. The options are limitless!
Lastly, make sure the icon you chose reflects your business, doesn’t take up the majority of the overall design, and that it complements all other elements.
The typography you use says a lot to your audience about what kind of freelance service you offer, which is why it’s important you choose a font that clearly portrays your mission and values.
The beauty of freelancing is that you get to make the rules! If you do contract work, try using a classic serif font to express reliability. But, if you’re in the arts, you’d want to try using a custom typeface that perfectly captures your creativity.
Or, why not use 2 different fonts in your logo and tagline (if you have one)? But if you do that, make sure they’re complimentary colors.
Remember that when you’re creating your logo, you can play around with the font in our logo editor until you’re positive that you’ve pruned the perfect logo!
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 freelance logo color palette should be a careful consideration.
Your logo’s color palette depends on the message you want to convey to your audience. If you want to express excitement, energy, and a little modern, consider going for red, orange, black, or grey. But if you’re looking to entice and soothe, you’d want to go with blue.
You can also always go with a monochrome palette for a versatile look. For those in the creative industries, you may want to add a 3rd color to separate yourself from other freelancers.
These are just recommendations; feel free to play around with different color schemes!
You want your logo to look amazing no matter where it’s being showcased, right? Whether it’s on your business card, website, or social media page, consider how your logo design will look displayed across different mediums.
So that it looks good everywhere you use it, aim for a layout that preserves the quality of your logo despite it being resized.
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