Trying to create a logo on your own may seem like the best way to avoid the high costs of going to a professional design firm, which will charge thousands for a logo alone.
Standard practice when designing a logo is to use vector graphics software, such as Adobe Illustrator or Corel Draw. Though there are free online photo editing tools that you may use, the capabilities of such software is limited and the commercial programs stated above are still recommended. There are lots of features of Adobe Illustrator your logos will love so you might want to try to use the program.
A logo is your company’s public face, so it must be easily transferable to any medium that bears your brand—whether it’s a fleet of trucks, packaging, web ads, or social media, or all of these. Besides, one of the ten tips on creating an effective logo design is to make your logo multi-media compatible. It includes the assurance that the colors can’t be altered and still just as recognizable in color and in black and white.
Here’s a collection of letter “J” logo design featuring various examples of single letter logo ideas that create something imaginative out of letter J.
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