Designing Logos for Learn to Blog Clients


Part of what I do for Learn to Blog these days is create simple text logos for the design clients. We have a design questionnaire that establishes if the client has a favorite font, color scheme and if they admire another logo as reference. Once I have all this information I begin to compose multiple versions of a logo to hone in on what the client is after. The differences between these logos range in size, color, font, and sometimes an established graphic.


I use typical industry standard software to design these logos among other tasks. My software tools include:

  • Adobe Photoshop
  • Adobe Illustrator
  • FontCase – Bohemian Coding (discontinued)


Here are a few examples of the logos I have developed for the Learn to Blog Clients:

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Keep in mind these are client logos, The look and feel of each logo was ultimately decided by the client.

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