Logojoy is a website design tool that assists you in creating your own logo based on the examples you like. With 100’s of styles, fonts, colours and symbols to choose from the only difficulty you’ll have is narrowing your options down to one! What I also love about this is that you don’t have to pay for the logo until you are completely happy. So you can spend as much time as you like creating a logo for absolutely free and if you decide your not happy with it you don’t have to pay anything. It was super easy for me to create my own logo in just a few simple steps…
Step 1: Enter your company/brand name
Step 2: Pick 5 logo’s that you like the look of from the examples shown
Step 3: Pick a colour palette
Step 4: Add a slogan (optional)
Step 5: Add up to 5 symbols using the icon search tool
Step 6: Choose your favourite design(s) created by Logojoy
Step 7: Edit colours, font and layout until you are happy with the overall look
Once you have picked your favourite design it takes you to the payment options. I was given the premium package to try, which retails at $65 which meant I received high-resolution copies of my logo in various file formats. It also allowed me to make unlimited changes to my logo for 24hours and re-download- which I did appreciate because I’m always changing my mind with designs!. For an extra $9 you can have the logo in all social media formats which would probably save you a lot of time adjusting the sizes. There are other packages available between $20-$165, but you also have the option to upgrade at a later date. So you can start with the basic package and then if you decide you want to upgrade the Logojy team will help you to do so.
I found the process of creating my logo fun and stress-free. I struggled to download the logo onto my laptop, but they have a support team who were really good at guiding me through the process in getting my design saved onto my computer. The only thing that I would have liked from a design aspect, is the ability to move the text and images freely; so that I could overlap if I waned to. It is also difficult to go back to a previous edit, so if you make change and you decide you prefer the previous look it is hard to reverse. However with that said, I am really pleased with how my logo turned out. It is simple yet effective and has a professional look.
Above is my finished product. What do you guys think? You can have a go at creating your own logo by clicking here.
*Disclaimer Logojoy gave me the Premium package to trial in return for an unbiased review. To read more about my disclosure policy please click here.