Here’s How to Design a Logo You’ll Want to Wear on a T-Shirt
You’ve been hard at work building your brand identity and you’re almost ready to take it public. As we were all reminded by the recent Instagram design overhaul, like it or not, logos matter, and designing one is a crucial final step in biz planning.
Get ready to conjure your imaginative ideas and learn how to incorporate shapes and type to create a full-color, digitized logo that makes you memorable. In just an hour, you’ll have a logo you’ll proudly rep on your website, business cards, mugs, beanies and swag galore.
Your instructor, Meg Lewis, is a creative designer who’s designed brands for companies big and small, learning what’s important to consider when designing a logo. She has worked with over 60 companies to transform their brand, and you’re up next. Find out:
- How your color choices affect printing cost
- What your font says about your personality
- How to save your file, should you ever want to go back and make changes
In addition to that, you’ll learn how to:
- Sketch rough concepts (no major artist skills required!)
- Trace your sketch into Illustrator
- Make typography and color choices
- Incorporate the logo into your brand
Need help with ideas before you make your logo? You can take Meg’s Personal Branding class to help you define your business and goals.
Ready to roll? Fill out the simple Typeform below with some basic info, and you’ll get early access to the class at a discounted price. Just keep an eye out for an email from us letting you know when the class is ready!
Pre-registration for this class ended at 12pm PST on 7/25.
In case you aren’t familiar with how our classes work: Once you buy it, it’s yours forever. That means you can watch at your own pace and reference it whenever you need to!
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