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Designing for a cause

Updated: Jan 11

Many people just search Google for logo ideas. Even this isn't such a bad idea, it should never be your only source of inspiration. Your logo is supposed to represent you/your company. Take your time, think about what you want your logo to convey to your customers/the world.



In the photo listed above, you can see how easy this design looks. This actually took many hours and a great deal of thought to perfect. It's a logo that catches your eye and leaves an impression so the next to time "glance" at it, you know what company it is.

“Your logo is supposed to represent you/your company. Take your time, think about what you want.”

Keep it simple. Make sure it looks good from a distance, and up close. In fact, try a few different logos and look over then for a few weeks.


Create something unique


Make sure you google your business name to see if it's already in use and if so, what is it? What do they do? Will people get it confused with your business? If so, how will it affect you?


Sign up for social media accounts under your business name, see if the name is available. If not, you may have to get creative with your "Online" name. As always, seal that Domain name for the website.

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