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10 useful online services to create your own logos

November 10, 2013

10 useful online services to create your own logos

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Here is a compiled list of quite interesting online services to create your own logo.

1. Cool Text
Choose a suitable style for your logo from the proposed options. Then go to the settings page. Print your text, choose the color, texture, font size. Then select the file format and store logo on your computer.

2. Logo Maker
First of all select a visual sign for the logo from the proposed collection of icons. Then write the text, select the font, set up the layout and save the logo.

3. Logo Yes
At the bottom of the page find the grey link Logo Creator. Click on it and go to logo constructor. Set the sign, text, layout and other parameters. At the last step, you will be offered to buy the logo.

4. Logo Ease
The principle is the same. Choose from the library an image for the logo, then set up the text, layout, color, etc. You need to log in to store the logo.

5. Online Logo Maker
Another service to create a logo. To get started you need to register, but on the first page there is a link Tutorial displaying how to use the service panel.

6. Sim Web Sol
Very simple service with no frills. Just write the text, choose the color, font, reflection, a picture for the logo, the type of file to be saved, click on Create Logo, after checking the results right-click and save.

7. Xtv World
On this page you can create a 3d logo. To do this, write the text, select the size, font, style and color. Then click Preview, right-click and save the image to your computer.

8. Logo Design Engine
With this service you can create a logo or a button with inscription. From the menu, choose either Logo Design or Web Buttons.

9. Logo Generator
Click on the tab Logo Generator, write the text, then choose the style and then start experimenting with numerous settings.

10. Logo Snap
Click on the link Create A Logo. Choose the theme, icon, and experiment with settings. The service requires registration.

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