3 Things To Consider When Designing Your Business’s First Logo


When starting a brand new business, there are a lot of things that you have to get put together in order for your company to get off the ground. Part of this will include the branding and marketing materials for your new business. 

If you yourself are an experienced graphic designer, creating your business’ new logo might be something you’re really looking forward to. But if you don’t have a background in this area, coming up with a logo can be a very stressful experience. 

To help make this easier on you regardless of where you’re starting out at, here are three things to consider when designing your business’s first logo. 

Your Logo Isn’t Your Only Visual Identity

As you try to come up with a great logo idea for your new business, you might find that you start putting a lot of pressure on yourselves or others to come up with something that will encapsulate your entire business is one small, little logo. And while your logo is going to be important for your business, it’s worth remembering that your logo isn’t your only visual identity for your business.

Along with your logo, you’ll also have color, lettering, other images, and more that make up the visual representation of your company. You’ll also have to create a brand for your company that goes above and beyond anything that you could put together with just a logo. So while you might be excited about creating your logo and the visual representation that will be most closely associated with your new business, this is only a small part of the whole picture of your company. 

Make Sure Your Logo Conveys A Message

One of the hardest parts of creating a logo for a new company is having that logo convey the right messaging.

When you’re just starting a business, you might not truly know who you are as an organization yet. Because of this, you might find it very hard to know what messaging you want to share with others and then how to put that into a logo. So before you get too far into designing your logo, make sure you know what the brand message is behind your company as a whole so that you can incorporate that into your logo, too. 

Know Your Audience

Another thing you’ll need to think about as you’re creating the logo for your new company is who your audience is and what will best resonate with them. While you want your logo to share a message about your company, you want to be sure that that message will make sense to your audience and that you’ll be able to connect with them over what your logo is. 

If you’re about to start designing your business’ first logo, consider using the tips mentioned above to help you through this process. 

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