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5 of the Best Logo Designer Generators and Software Hatchful

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Even if you have a distinct logo, it can take consumers up to 7 times before they remember your brand. Because of this, you want to make sure the logo you design is absolutely perfect. Otherwise, you risk barely leaving an impression on your target audiences.

However, you don't need to be a graphic designer to come up with a logo that's amazing. Here are 5 of the best logo designer generators and software out there.

1. Canva

Canva is one is the most well-known free design programs. They have both free and paid templates you can choose from to make images from.

In addition, you can make free logos on their site. Do note that because their templates are free, you may see tons other logos out there that look similar to yours. Consider tweaking the logo further to make it really your own.

2. Wix Logo Maker

Want to put minimal work into your logo? Then you'll love Wix Logo Maker.

All you have to do is answer some questions about what you want in your logo, and it'll generate a template. From there, you can customize everything else. Wix actually allows you to have full commercial rights to your free logo, so you won't have to worry about licensing.

3. Adobe Spark

Adobe Spark is a free program you can use to create a game logo. They have a bunch of templates you can choose from.

However, you don't have to fear that your logo will be a cookie-cutter one. Once you've chosen a logo, you can then customize to your own liking. That way, you truly make the logo your own.

4. LogoMakr

LogoMakr is an intuitive piece of software that lets you easily create a logo, even if you don't have a graphic design background.

What's great is you can download a free version of your logo. However, it'll be a low-resolution file. If want the high-resolution version, you'll have to pay $19 and it'll be without credits.

5. Graphic Springs

As with the other logo software on this list, Graphic Springs allows you to choose from several of their templates. While the program itself is free to use, if you want to download your logo in certain formats (such as JPG, PNG, or SVG), you'll have to pay around $20.

If you do pay, it'll allow you to make unlimited edits and downloads for your logo in the future.

Use the Best Logo Designer for Your Brand

Now that you have a list of the best logo designer generators and software, you can play around with them to figure out which one works best for your brand. You might want to start out with the free programs, and if none of them suit you, then consider paying for software or at least giving their free trial a go.

To find out more information about technology, please check out our other blog articles

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Even if you have a distinct logo, it can take consumers up to 7 times before they remember your brand. Because of this, you want to make sure the logo you design is absolutely perfect. Otherwise, you risk barely leaving an impression on your target audiences.

However, you don't need to be a graphic designer to come up with a logo that's amazing. Here are 5 of the best logo designer generators and software out there.

1. Canva

Canva is one is the most well-known free design programs. They have both free and paid templates you can choose from to make images from.

In addition, you can make free logos on their site. Do note that because their templates are free, you may see tons other logos out there that look similar to yours. Consider tweaking the logo further to make it really your own.

2. Wix Logo Maker

Want to put minimal work into your logo? Then you'll love Wix Logo Maker.

All you have to do is answer some questions about what you want in your logo, and it'll generate a template. From there, you can customize everything else. Wix actually allows you to have full commercial rights to your free logo, so you won't have to worry about licensing.

3. Adobe Spark

Adobe Spark is a free program you can use to create a game logo. They have a bunch of templates you can choose from.

However, you don't have to fear that your logo will be a cookie-cutter one. Once you've chosen a logo, you can then customize to your own liking. That way, you truly make the logo your own.

4. LogoMakr

LogoMakr is an intuitive piece of software that lets you easily create a logo, even if you don't have a graphic design background.

What's great is you can download a free version of your logo. However, it'll be a low-resolution file. If want the high-resolution version, you'll have to pay $19 and it'll be without credits.

5. Graphic Springs

As with the other logo software on this list, Graphic Springs allows you to choose from several of their templates. While the program itself is free to use, if you want to download your logo in certain formats (such as JPG, PNG, or SVG), you'll have to pay around $20.

If you do pay, it'll allow you to make unlimited edits and downloads for your logo in the future.

Use the Best Logo Designer for Your Brand

Now that you have a list of the best logo designer generators and software, you can play around with them to figure out which one works best for your brand. You might want to start out with the free programs, and if none of them suit you, then consider paying for software or at least giving their free trial a go.

To find out more information about technology, please check out our other blog articles

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