April 17, 2015

Freebie Fridays #50 - Customizable Logo Design


Hi! I'm back after a week of silence. I don't seem to be very productive these last few weeks when it comes to blogging which probably has to do with Spring. After a grey and cold Winter it's always so uplifting when the temperature starts to rise and the sun is starting to show up more and more. So I put time in our new garden project and also just enjoyed being outside. But I did save some time to shortly pop in for another episode of Freebie Fridays.

If you've visited my Etsy shop lately you might have noticed that I changed some products. I'm aiming more towards blog design now, so I took down a lot of the logos I sold. I still have a small section with premade logos/website headers, but it's not the main focus anymore. That being said, I still have a bunch of logo designs hanging around on my computer and I'm going to share one of them with you today.

While I usually share stuff that can be adjusted with free image editing programs, today's logo was made in Adobe Photoshop. So in order for you to add your own text to the logo design, you will need to have Photoshop to open and work on the file. If you don't have it you can use a free 30 day trial of the program which can be downloaded over here: www.adobe.com/au/downloads/

When you download the logo design you will find the following in the zip-file:

• 1 Photoshop (PSD) file at 300dpi
• Font Information and instructions to download these particular fonts and upload them to Photoshop so you can use them
• Instructions on how to save your logo for print and web use
So after download you can install your free trial of Photoshop, download the free fonts I used and upload them to Photoshop and then open the logo file and change the text with your text of choice. Save your logo as a .PNG file to use it for the web, or as a .JPEG file to create a beautiful print result. Have fun with it!




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