Traditionally, people who wanted a logo needed to work with a professional graphic designer. Designing a logo form scratch takes time, and as a customer you pay for the hours that go into making a logo. A fair trade, but for many people it's simply too expensive and takes too much of their time.
My Brand New Logo captures the way a professional designer would make a logo into its own custom algorithms. We give you full control to tweak it directly afterwards. Everyone can do it, and it takes less time than you can make your espresso.
This app was made by Monokai. Monokai is a company of Wimer Hazenberg. He studied in art college, has a masters degree in Artificial Intelligence and is creative director at a digital design agency. Monokai first gained attention as the producer of Monokai Pro, which is a color scheme for code editors. Variations of this color scheme are available for almost every code editor and millions of coders program using these colors every day.
Monokai also produced several web apps, of which That Can By My Next Tweet got featured by CNN, Mashable, The Huffington Post and The Next Web. It went viral at two tweets per second at its peak and reached millions of users.
Monokai started this web service because we saw an increase in the need for logos, but noticed that hiring a professional designer is mostly out of reach for those that just started a new business. We provide everyone with the ability to design a striking logo. My Brand New Logo is for the freelancers, the side project hustlers, the startups.
The general design quality of our logos are based on years of experience in graphic and web design. Design principles ensure carefully balanced and good looking logo designs. It's up to date with current trends in graphic design, like shiny gradients, contemporary fonts, geometric patterns and modern shapes. You can really go wild, and it will always look nice.
It's totally free to sign up and create your logos. You only have to pay when you're happy with your logo. Read more about pricing.
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