15 Nov 2017

How to Design a Brand Logo with Logojoy

I have recently been giving the blog an overhaul. I have updated the header and social media buttons. I have changed the layout and colour scheme. Next on the list was a brand new blog logo. Logojoy, a blog designing website, invited me to try out and review their software.

Logojoy uses artificial intelligence to generate beautiful, unique logo ideas to suit your business. You can design a logo for free and keep refining it till you are completely happy with the result. You only make a payment once you are satisfied with your logo.

Logojoy uses artificial intelligence to generate beautiful, unique logo ideas to suit your business. You can design a logo for free and keep refining it till you are completely happy with the result. You only make a payment once you are satisfied with your logo.


I started off by filling in the name of my blog when prompted. The next step was to pick five or more logos that I liked from a list of pre-made ones. They differ in colour, font and layout. Logojoy then uses these choices as a guide to create a design just for you. 



The next page prompted me to choose a colour swatch from the nine available ones. I am partial to a cool colour scheme, so chose black, turquoise, blue, violet and orange.


Next I had to think of a slogan for my blog. This step is optional, but any business or blog looks better with a slogan. Rambling Through Parenthood is a family lifestyle blog that is all about taking on challenges, trying new things and pushing horizons. So I picked a slogan to reflect this. I was then prompted to search for and select five symbols to symbolise what my blog was about.


Logojoy now wanted me to create an account before I could continue. I had the option to log in via Twitter, Facebook, Google+ or use an email address. For reasons unknown, it would not let me log in via anything other than my email.


Once I had overcome this little niggle, I was shown all the logos that Logojoy had created for my blog. I could choose the ones I liked and edit colour, layout and fonts. This was the hard bit. They all looked so pretty and appealing; I found it difficult to narrow down on one.

I did eventually, and then had a go using the various tools to change things around. I would have liked an ‘undo’ button to cancel changes I had made. There was none, so I had to keep going back and forth with the choices. It would also be useful to be able to compare two or more choices next to each other. Other than that, it was fun to play around with colours and fonts till I found something I liked. The best bit was to generate a preview to see how your brand logo will look on billboards, t-shirts and business cards.



Generally speaking, the Logojoy website was easy to navigate. The instructions were precise and self-explanatory. The pricing structure was clear, so you knew exactly what you were getting in the package you select.




I am super pleased with my new blog logo and can’t wait to use it. Isn’t it striking!


Disclosure: I was given a Premium logo package for the purpose of this review and was compensated for my time. All opinions are my own. 

No comments:

Post a Comment

Please leave a comment. I like reading them all. Do leave your blog name (if you are a fellow blogger) so I can pop over for a read.

If you liked reading this post, why not subscribe to my blog? Just pop your email address in the little box below, and get all new posts delivered straight to your inbox. No spam, I promise x

Subscribe to My Blog by Email

Enter your email address:

Delivered by FeedBurner