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Another common term used for self-reliance is “Do-it-yourself”, or shortly called DIY. Being an entrepreneur is all about self-reliance. So, when it comes to branding your business, opting for a free logo maker is more convenient and handy. While it is an effective tool for business owner, it is equally useful for all and sundry who desire a symbol to use for events such as charitable functions, school events, concerts, parties and social clubs meetings or even a personal home business identity.

In contrast to other DIY design sites, helps you create diverse business items which help build a strong corporate identity. The current services include:

  • Logos
  • Business Cards

The other upcoming features that will be coming soon include:

  • Letter Heads
  • Envelopes
  • Flyers
  • Brochures

The rising trend of DIY – LogoSnap leads:

The rising trend of designing logos through DIY sites has yielded many players in the market. Then what makes so special? Apart from its highly reputable status in the logo design industry, it possesses certain qualities that make it exceptional:

  • Absolutely Free: The first and foremost is that it’s absolutely FREE…there is no catch or hidden payment involved.
  • Gigantic logo database: It provides its users with an enormous database of custom-made logos to choose from.
  • Fast and reliable: Designing logos through LogoSnap is as easy as pie and highly reliable.
  • Free Business Card Design: You must have heard of “Buy one get one free”. But with LogoSnap it’s “get both free”. You get a business card design free with your already free logo design.

How to DIY with LogoSnap - Easy as 1, 2, 3:

You might be wondering…Is the DIY process too lengthy? Is it too hard to carry out? With, it’s as easy as 1,2,3. Yes, in 3 simple and effortless steps you will be ready with your personally made logo design.

  1. Choose your profession from a variety of categories.
  2. Select a suitable symbol for your business logo from a broad range of unique symbols.
  3. Give your logo the finishing touches via exceptionally user-friendly interface, choosing from a variety of fonts, symbols and colors to your perfection.

Not every company has the budget to invest in expensive custom logos. This is where provides a significant and FREE solution. And when it’s completely free, why not try it? Go ahead and Do-it-Yourself with


  1. Atlanta Graphic Designer On July 6th, 2010 at 4:50 pm

    I think this is problematic. When someone needs a surgery, they don’t search for “DIY heart surgery” and attempt to operate on themselves… so why should that be the case with design? I think the more outlets there are out there that allow people to design ‘ professionally’ on their own, the more designers and design will be undervalued. Design is not ‘easy’ and it doesn’t take 5 minutes.


  1. edhardydeals On July 7th, 2010 at 9:13 pm

    Wow, it’s completely free,thanks for your sharing.

  1. vector graphics On July 8th, 2010 at 12:34 pm

    i have used several time but most of the time i got for Freelogomaker.

  1. sarona On July 10th, 2010 at 4:50 am

    A logo with all the important ingredients added to perfection can do wonders for your business. With all the right characteristics, it can boost your visibility, increase your integrity and make you unforgettable - all of which means that you will definitely have a soaring business in your hands!

  1. Kent On July 13th, 2010 at 8:15 pm

    I think this tool is very useful, especially for someone like me who was just learning about graphic design. With the tools already available, and with an enormous database of custom-made logos to choose from that has been provided, making it easier to use.

  1. Payday Loans On July 14th, 2010 at 7:51 am

    I have always had a talent at making logo’s for anything from clan logo’s to business logo’s, I haven’t really had the right software though,as I was using Macro media Fireworks :/ , but this program seems very helpful and I’m and definitely considering using it.

  1. N On July 15th, 2010 at 6:32 am

    I think worthless is a better word than free in this case. This stuff should’t be on any blog about graphic design. I agree with Atlanta Graphic Designer on this subject.

  1. Aaron O'Brien On July 15th, 2010 at 2:55 pm

    Are you serious?? How much money did you pocket from this plug? Any real graphic designer knows this is crap. How on earth could you post this here?

  1. Brigitte On July 19th, 2010 at 8:52 pm

    I’m a graphic designer who was looking for a blog about and for graphic designers. This post tells me that you are not a graphic designer, I will not visit this blog again.

  1. Smita On July 20th, 2010 at 3:44 am

    Sometimes these sites do a great help….like if in a day the designer has already drawn 3-4 logos and he is asked to come up with another…he can take help from this site to ease the pressure…

    Or if someone do not have the budget which normally the market demands, he/she can easily draw their logo through these sites…

    Nice share up !!


  1. Smita On July 20th, 2010 at 3:53 am

    I do agree with all the previous post…BUT we should also try to give it a second thought…like

    any kind of surgery which is done on the body has life risk so none on earth will take that risk whereas trying out designs (available for free) does not involve that amount of risk, so one can go and try out few design samples

    secondly, few clients cannot afford the market price, instead of hiring a designer and underpaying him (which happens so very then nowadays) it will be good to try out these free designs

    thirdly, If someone is stuck with an idea of designing a Logo (has already drawn 4-5 logo in a day),he/she can take slight help from dese sites (help will be of minimal value but can be taken into account)

    may be i am wrong, but these are the things which i thought..:)


  1. Lisa - NY/NJ Designer On July 21st, 2010 at 8:29 am

    I agree with Atlanta Designer. It is SUCH a shame to see a Graphic Design Blog actually “talking up” a logo database. Non-designers think this site and sites alike have it’s advantages, they are missing out on establishing the core of their identity!

    1. The logo database is not connecting with the client, who is now merely just a customer paying for mediocre type and imagery.

    2. The imagery is NOT their own once purchased. Congrats, you probably share a yucky logo with someone else with your own company name inserted. To many, you now look unoriginal and even a little cheap in some regards…. VALUE your BRAND and BUSINESS… and I do mean that with respect and not rudely.

    3. Hire a young designer that is eager to work for you, has the time for you, that is educated in the field and possibly willing to work with you on cost! Everyone knows a design student or new designer through someone! Ask to see their portfolio and arrange a deal!

    Websites like this make me sad, and bummed that someone would rather attempt to pick and choose rather than take a moment to really consider their business and evaluate all options that will make them shine. The example above for “Creative Minds” is a horrible logo for the brand… what is it saying? It’s not speaking to the viewer directly… There’s too much time communicating “the who, what and how.” There’s endless solutions for that brand, and successful ones at that.

    Free Logos and Logo Databases? Stay away!


  1. Haley On July 25th, 2010 at 3:09 pm

    This practice is absolutely harmful and degrading to graphic designers. Sites like this wipe out our jobs for cheap, pre-made and therefore unoriginal logos. Because they are not original, in the end, no business with a logo made from one of these will likely become anything great, as they are miserably mass produced imagery. In a world where thousands of pieces of propaganda are thrown at viewers daily, what a business needs is to STAND OUT, not to merely blend in and fade between the colors.

    Because of the support of such an atrocious practice, I will not be viewing this blog ever again. Why would I support your income through advertisement views by looking here? Absolutely not. These practices have even been discouraged and been seen distasteful by the AIGA, and no self-respecting graphic designer would support or use such a service.

    The same goes to design contests. Look at it this way: Would a group of lawyers enter a contest, submitting their best arguments to be chosen, and only the best one would be accepted to make a case, and then only be paid $1,000, and all others within that lot lost the rights to their cases, the end argument possibly being a mixture of whatever the contest-holder wanted? I think not. We go to Universities to receive a higher education in the intricacies of design, and to learn what WORKS. Some people don’t understand that some shapes, colors, and combinations of those, could actually insinuate something harmful or helpful about their business. We do not sell artwork or “bling” to stick on websites. We study the market, we do intensive research about the client, consumer, and competition, and create an organization of information and imagery that will draw in more customers than the guy that used some pre-fabricated piece of crap that says nothing about what his business means to the consumer.

  1. Adam Sturm On August 3rd, 2010 at 10:14 am

    I agree with Atlanta Graphic Designer and all the other designers who agree with her. Software like this degrades the time and skill of real graphic designers who know what they’re doing and consider the creation of a log an art form. Haley is also right about Design Contests, which pit hundreds of designers in a “contest” to win an extremely low monetary figure.

  1. Graphic Design On August 3rd, 2010 at 11:41 am

    It’s hard to believe that this post caused such an uproar. These logos are what there are: low-end, entry level logos. Do you really think you”re losing clients to people who use these things?

  1. novaabue On August 5th, 2010 at 6:32 pm

    The quality is not so good but then its just for free so no harm then..its ok it helps a lot for the beginners.I can recommend a site that will help logo designs.

  1. mikomi On August 19th, 2010 at 5:19 am

    This is outrageous ! This post is a straight hit in the face for every decent graphic designer… This is pure pocket filling. This is the last time I visited your blog.

    because of this post, your blog now has a credibility of ZERO…

  1. Creative Website Designer On August 27th, 2010 at 11:46 pm

    Its simply the best

  1. John On September 1st, 2010 at 2:06 pm

    An effective logo is one that stands apart from the competition and is unique. How unique can a logo be from this place when hundreds of other businesses in the same industry have access to the same design? It’s ready-made “art”, plain and simple, and is no more effective than clip art.

  1. Michelle On December 28th, 2010 at 11:17 pm

    I need to make logo for my company, Who can help????

  1. Emma On December 2nd, 2012 at 5:23 pm

    I’m really impressed with - I needed to put together a logo for an internal program at my work. I know that you usually get what you pay for, but there’s just no budget available to hire a graphic designer, especially for a short term, internal project. We don’t have access to Photoshop or any other professional design packages at my work (a public sector employer) and I wanted my project logo to look more professional than the Wordart/Comic Sans logos I usually see. I was very impressed with the way that I could put together a logo by myself.

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