How to Make Your Own Logo

I found a neat tool that I could use with my students.  The website is Logotypemaker. The tool is easy to use.

When you first go to the main screen add a phrase or title.  Then click on the generate logo button.

After you generate your logo, several fun choices will appear to choose from.

There are choices when you arrive on this screen:

  • The background choice, lets you choose three different backgrounds: none, black, or white
  • The gear icon lets you work on your logo
  • The magnifying icon lets you zoom in on that choice
  • If you like that particular one, click on the add to bookmarks (you can even save your bookmarks)
  • Finally, if that logo is just perfect and does not need anything else, save

If you like one, click on the gears to adjust features.

Like before there are choices.  I just love choices:

  • Type a new phrase or word
  • Change your font style
  • Change the text color (there are options within this)
  • Change your text style
In the web 2.0 choice you change all 4 colors.  This tool is handy if you don’t like the color choice.
On the bottom is a button that lets you pick if you want an image color.

In your main area there are also choices:

  • On the bottom there are several pre-made images that you can use.
  • You can upload an image if you would like
  • You can delete an image
  • The oops button will reset everything, only click this button if you really don’t like what you made because everything will reset

Once you have found what you like you can rotate the image with the round blue arrow.  The two blue arrows adjusts the size of the image.  The text can also be adjusted in the same way if you click on it.

Once you have what you like, it’s time to save.  On the main screen hit save.  A smaller screen appear and then you have choices.  You can adjust the size or what format you would like to save your logo in.

Here is my logo that I created.  If you are wondering what it means, it’s a phrase that I use. It’s my tag line.  Life is messy.  Get into Art!

Now that you can use this free web tool, what are you going to do with it?  Here are couple of suggestions:

  1. Use it for personal use
  2. Use it for a lesson with students ( a post about that later)
  3. Write a post about it and share a free web tool

If you create your own post about it or develop a logo please share and post a comment.


Mrs. Berry


2 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. vina ilagan
    Sep 23, 2012 @ 03:11:48

    this looks so easy and user friendly. might be able to try this. thanks!


  2. Caroline Cerveny, SSJ-TOSF, D. Min
    Mar 18, 2014 @ 20:49:57

    It is easy to use. However, there is a fee in order to download and purchase your logo.


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