You may notice that the site has a new logo, after many years of the same one. I used the design as one of my slides at the #TMGeogIcons18 event over the weekend.
I may still change it again, but this was my first trial of a new tool for logo design, and it was made using the DesignEvo website.
The website offers a massive range of templates and fonts and other graphics. There are over 5000 templates, for example for a range of businesses, and in various formats, which you can search using key words, and then edit to suit.
If you wanted to give it a go, there's a free version which produces a lower quality image than the one I created: going premium opens different image size and format options, as well as the ability to claim copyright on the image, rather than needing attribution to the website.
Disclosure: I was kindly provided with a code for the paid version so I could take a good look and see what was possible. The free edition still provides access to thousands of fonts and icons.
Any design-related deficiencies are mine.
If you'd like to have a discount on the full version of DesignEvo, there's a code that I can let you have that gives you 80% off the price.
Get in touch.
The site is well worth taking a look at and is another option for anyone needing logos, buttons, banners and other web content, or for bespoke logos for resources. Here's a holiday firm logo I knocked up for a new unit on the impact of tourism...