Brand Logos

Brand - Little Bird logo design

Little Bird

by Mypen

Brand - Bright Nest logo design

Bright Nest

by SimplePixelSL

Brand - Orange Target Q logo design

Orange Target Q

by town

Brand - Modern Orange Lettemark logo design

Modern Orange Lettemark

by brandcrowd

Brand - Pink Mermaid logo design

Pink Mermaid

by SimplePixelSL

Brand - Horse Emblem logo design

Horse Emblem

by LogoBrainstorm

Brand - Pink Residential House logo design

Pink Residential House

by LogoBrainstorm

Brand - Luxury Jewelry Gem logo design
Brand - Abstract Business Cube Company logo design
Brand - Retro Japanese Wordmark logo design

Retro Japanese Wordmark

by brandcrowd

Brand - Mountain Cat Mascot logo design

Mountain Cat Mascot

by SimplePixelSL

Brand - Organic Green Tea logo design

Organic Green Tea

by AMCstudio

Brand - Modern Letter D logo design

Modern Letter D

by DanikBrt

Brand - Green Letter R logo design

Green Letter R

by Mypen

Brand - Red Peruvian Bird logo design
Brand - Green Gem logo design

Green Gem

by neostudio

Brand - Elegant Square Frame logo design

Elegant Square Frame

by brandcrowd

Brand - Blue Structure Letter U logo design

Blue Structure Letter U

by mikropolka

Brand - Green Flower Tile logo design

Green Flower Tile

by SimplePixelSL

Brand - Crown Banner logo design

Crown Banner

by DanikBrt

Brand - Business Blue Letter B logo design
Brand - Yellow Stroke Banana logo design

Yellow Stroke Banana

by JimjemR

Brand - Classic Font Text Wordmark logo design
Brand - Abstract Play Symbol logo design

Abstract Play Symbol

by eightyLOGOS

Brand - Abstract Yellow Wreath Lettermark logo design
Brand - Abstract Beauty Flower logo design

Abstract Beauty Flower

by DanikBrt

Brand - Mysterious Moustache Guy logo design

Mysterious Moustache Guy

by LogoBrainstorm

Brand - Pink Swan logo design

Pink Swan

by LogoBrainstorm

Brand - Orange Bear Mascot logo design

Orange Bear Mascot

by JimjemR

Brand - Blue Corporate Letter Y logo design

Blue Corporate Letter Y

by brandcrowd

Brand - Arrow Crest Letter logo design

Arrow Crest Letter

by brandcrowd

Brand - Water Drop Ripples logo design

Water Drop Ripples

by JimjemR

Frequently asked questions

Should I add shapes to my brand logo?

Shapes play a beneficial role in advertising, as consumers also relate shapes to specific feelings. Ovals, circles, and ellipses suggest positivity, unity, community, and love. Examples of ways circles foster those same feelings are the logos of Target and General Electric. Squares represent efficiency, stability, and practicality, making sense of the leading logo shape for Dominoes, American Express, and Microsoft. Triangles are associated with mystery, balance, power, and direction, so big brands Mitsubishi, Adobe, CAT, and Citgo. BrandCrowd offers free access to thousands of logo templates you can customize with many shapes for your business.

Is my brand logo suitable for Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram?

Yes. You'll want to use your logo across all your advertising, including all social media platforms. Your customers see the same logo on your website and in your store as your followers see on your social media pages. BrandCrowd helps you increase your brand's social media presence by including your logo in several file formats allowing your logo to transition throughout all social media platforms flawlessly. The PNG or Portable Network Graphic is a universal file format suitable for most digital use, for example, a website or blog. JPEG/JPG or Joint Photographic Experts Group, also a universal file format great for adding your logo to any site requiring a reduction in size.

How many fonts do I have to choose from for my brand logo?

Logo fonts, if chosen correctly, can amplify your brand exponentially. You can select hundreds of fonts with BrandCrowd to create a standout text like company name, tag line, catchphrase, or motto. Did you know you can use more than one font when designing your logo? You can, but using more than one font in a logo can get tricky, so research other related company logos. The general rule of thumb is to use no more than three fonts when designing the logo for your business. Any more can create a busy, confusing, and hard-to-decipher logo. One font suggestion if you use more than one is two different versions of the same font. Another multi-font idea is to use a subdued font combined with a statement font in keeping with your business's theme.

Is it better to use initials for my brand logo?

Lettermark logos refers to using initials derived from a business or person's name to represent a brand. Initials are often preferred in advertising because, at a glance, they're easy to see, recognized, and recalled. Standard examples of initials representing brands are P&G for Proctor and Gamble and ESPN for Entertainment and Sports Programming Network. Of course, when using your name as a brand, you would include your initials. You can utilize BrandCrowd's massive library to search for the perfect company logos you can customize to tell your company's story.

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