What you’ll learn
Strategies to quickly brainstorm unique logo ideas
Import sketches from a notepad using the camera on your phone, or Procreate on an iPad into Adobe Illustrator
Create beautiful, custom logos that will impress your clients and help you land more work as a graphic designer.
Fonts and Typography with Adobe Illustrator
Draw vector shapes with Illustrator
Work with color in Adobe Illustrator
Quickly create design variations
Export and package your logo design files
If you’re a graphic designer or wish to become a graphic designer, creating a logo is one of the number one things you get asked to do.
In this class, I’m going to show you exactly how to create beautiful, custom logos that will impress your clients and help you land more work as a graphic designer.
There are a lot of different ways you can use these skills immediately while following along with the class. We’re going to do a few different things:
First, we’re going to be jumping in using a notebook or a piece of paper to sketch out some ideas.
Then we’re going to use an iPad for a little bit and I will show you how to create digital art using that tool. For example, you can use Procreate or Adobe Fresco, or even Illustrator on the iPad.
Perhaps you’ve got a Wacom tablet, which is another excellent design tool – I will show you some ways to use that for logo design as well.
Then we will use Adobe Illustrator to bring everything together into a polished, well-rounded artboard, followed by a beautifully packaged finished logo.
Maybe you’re not an “artist.” Maybe you’re terrible at art – like I was when I first started out! If that is the case, don’t worry! I’m going to show you how to use design software to create highly polished, beautiful work even if you can’t sketch to save your life.
I am so excited to have you here in the class – let’s make some cool logos!
We will be using Adobe Illustrator on a desktop computer for the main logo design, and I’ll also show you how to use Procreate, Adobe Fresco, and Adobe Illustrator on an iPad to come up with some ideas. However, you do not need an iPad to take this course – it’s just another tool that you could use to produce your logo if you have one.
Who this course is for:
- Intermediate graphic designers and freelancers who want to learn the logo design process
- Entrepreneurs who want to learn just enough to make their own logo for their new company
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