Your logo must be original plus it will last for years. It’s not something you change or update regularly. You want your logo as an identifier for your company.
There are many templates for logos you can find online. I don’t recommend using a template for your logo, yours must be unique. You can, however, use the templates and samples for ideas. I would go through many samples and choose the top five that appeal to me. I would send those top five to my graphic designer for the creation of my own unique logo.
You want your logo to be visually appealing and not too busy. You want it to look good on a screen, on your websites, social media accounts, and you want it to print well in color and monochrome for printed materials such as letterheads, envelopes, brochures, and business cards.
Once you have your design ready and are happy with it, you may want to trademark it so no one else can use it.
Have a look at the resources I have included in the post that can help you avoid mistakes, find samples to spark your creativity, and create a logo that is just right for you.
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