Logo Basics

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Creating a professional logo for your charcuterie business is a vital step in branding and doesn’t have to break the bank. Here’s a list of resources that can help you create an outstanding logo for less than $200:

1. Canva
* Website: www.canva.com
* Features: Canva offers a user-friendly drag-and-drop interface with thousands of templates, even in the free version. Upgrading to Canva Pro unlocks more features and elements.

2. Looka
* Website: www.looka.com
* Features: An AI-powered logo maker that asks you questions about your preferences and business to create a personalized logo.

3. Fiverr
* Website: www.fiverr.com
* Features: You can find freelance graphic designers who specialize in logo design. There are plenty of designers offering services within the budget range.

4. 99designs (Logo Contest)
* Website: www.99designs.com
* Features: Although generally more expensive, you can sometimes find options for logo contests within the budget by choosing entry-level designers.

5. Tailor Brands
* Website: www.tailorbrands.com
* Features: Offers a simple logo maker with customization options based on preferences. Monthly subscriptions provide unlimited editing.

6. Wix Logo Maker
* Website: www.wix.com
* Features: If you’re planning to use Wix for your website, you can also take advantage of their AI-driven logo maker.

7. Upwork
* Website: www.upwork.com
* Features: A platform to hire freelance designers. You can post your project with a clear budget, and designers will bid on it.

8. Snappa
* Website: www.snappa.com
* Features: A cloud-based graphics tool, Snappa offers easy-to-use templates and customization options.

9. Hatchful by Shopify
* Website: hatchful.shopify.com
* Features: A free online logo generator with various customization options, especially if you’re considering opening an online store with Shopify.

10. DesignEvo
* Website: www.designevo.com
* Features: Offers over 10,000 templates and customization tools to create logos. There are both free and paid plans.

11. Freelancer
* Website: www.freelancer.com
* Features: Another platform to hire freelance designers where you can set your budget.

12. Local Design Schools or Colleges
* Features: Consider reaching out to local design schools or colleges to see if any students are interested in working on your project. They often offer quality work at a fraction of professional rates.

Social Media Sizes For Horizontal Logos
– Overall Ideal Size: Horizontal Logo Size: 1200 x 800 pixels

1. Facebook:
* Cover Photo: 820 x 312 pixels
* Banner Ads: 1200 x 628 pixels
2. Twitter:
* Header Photo: 1500 x 500 pixels
3. LinkedIn:
* Banner Image (Company Page): 1536 x 768 pixels
4. YouTube:
* Channel Cover Photo: 2560 x 1440 pixels
5. Instagram:
* Landscape Photos: 1080 x 566 pixels (Typically used for horizontal posts)
6. Pinterest:
* Standard Pin (Horizontal): 1000 x 750 pixels