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How to Easily Create Your Logo with DesignEvo?


It is sometimes necessary to obtain a logo, whether for a project, a company or an association. Hiring a professional can be very expensive, and it usually takes a long time to get the logo you want. With DesignEvo, an intuitive and easy-to-use site, you can create your own logos yourself, without the help of anyone.

1. What is DesignEvo?

DesignEvo is a free online tool that allows everyone to create their own logo in minutes. Thanks to a huge library of already existing logos, you can modify to infinity, by varying texts, fonts, icons, shapes, colors, etc.

The software can also be downloaded to your computer (only on Mac for now), and a mobile version is also available (on iOS and Android).




2. Why choose DesignEvo to create a free logo online?

After a quick overview of what the competition offers, here are some of my strong points:


- The number of templates (more than 7,000), icons (over a million) and fonts (more than 100) available.

- The flexibility of use: everything is easily editable. The tools are very intuitive, and the principle of the layers makes it possible to manage the superimpositions.

- The mobile application version: in practice, you can create a logo that holds well in a few minutes from your smartphone. 


3. How to create a logo in DesignEvo



- Access DesignEvo’s website at www.designevo.com and click on the button “Make a Free Logo” to start the logo editor.

- Choose from 7000+ well-designed templates or start from scratch.

- Customize your logo with your own taste. Edit color, font, layout, and more with a drag-and-drop interface.

- Preview and download your logo.

You can download your logo for free or at a low cost.

4. Three offers from DesignEvo


Free version

You will get a low-resolution file limited to 500px in JPG and PNG format. However, you will have only a limited number of modifications and downloads of this logo.

The Basic version

There is no need to quote DesignEvo for this version, which stands at $24.99. You'll have access to JPG and PNG files in high resolutions, up to 5000px, and access to the transparent version of the logo in PNG to place anywhere.

You'll also have access to unlimited changes and downloads as well as a print-ready version of your logo. This version also gives you access to lifetime support.

The Plus version

The most exciting offer is obviously the PLUS ($49.99), which allows you to obtain the copyright on your logo, as well as the ability to modify your logo and download it at will.

You'll have access to JPG and PNG files in high resolutions, up to 5000px, and access to the transparent version of the logo in PNG to place anywhere. Two new vector formats are added, the PDF and SVG formats, which are perfect for printing.

Besides, you will have access to the font and will be able to download it. This version also gives you access to DesignEvo’s lifetime support.


Conclusion

Whether you are going to start a new project or rebrand your business, you will find solutions on DesignEvo. The use is intuitive and straightforward, allowing you to do the work yourself, without much difficulty.

The Art of Stealing: How to Become a Master Designer


Painter Pablo Picasso once said, “Good artists copy. Great artists steal.” This has never been more true than today.
Many outsiders believe that designers are unicorns, gifted or special in some way. We have an innate ability to create gorgeous interfaces, a natural talent for matching complementary colors, an unexplainable intuition for building beautiful typography. None of this is true. Becoming a great designer actually takes years of hard work, experimentation, and failure.
The problem with unicorn thinking is that it makes design seem unattainable to people who are interested, but don’t see themselves as creative types. I’ve met many programmers and people in tech who are convinced they can’t get into design because of this. But they can turn these mental blocks into building blocks with a simple mindset shift. Instead of looking at other designers’ work with envy, think of it as the key to your success.
In fact, interactive design has a lot in common with the open source software community: You can master it by stealing and copying from the best of the best. And make no mistake: These are the top designers in the world, from places like Dropbox, Facebook, and Palantir.
How do I know it works? Because it worked for me.

The Parallels Between GitHub & Dribbble

When I started learning design, I was amazed by the sheer amount of code that’s out there and can be used for free—open source software has a market share of about 80 percent. The best part is you can modify it and see what happens, which accelerates your learning. GitHub has every single plugin and code snippet you can imagine, anything from a jQuery dropdown to a CSS framework and much more.
Dribbble’s rebound feature is the closest thing we have in the design industry to GitHub’s “forking,” or downloading any piece of open source software and making it your own.