Business Logo Creation with DesignEvo

DesignEvo Business Logo Creator

Because I tend to create my own graphics, I hadn’t explored online options for creating a business logo until DesignEvo reached out to me and asked if I’d be interested in taking it for a test run.  I agreed because after visiting their service I felt it could be a huge benefit for my readers. – T. Marie

A business logo can be a vital component in branding your business.  Hiring a graphic designer to create one for you if you are a startup or running on a tight budget might be impossible. Luckily, there are some options out there that won’t break the bank without ending up with a logo that looks amateur or unprofessional.  One of those options is using DesignEvo to create your logo.

Business Logo Made Easy

DesignEvo has a huge library of pre-designed logo templates that you can customize, or you can choose to create one from scratch, using icons, fonts, shapes and colors to fit your business.  Not only that but it’s super easy to use.

You start out by choosing a template or starting from scratch. The templates are categorized, so it is easier to find a design that fits your type of business. Then it’s time to customize it by adding your business name and tagline. You can also change the fonts colors and background.

When you have your logo the way you want it, simply hit the download button.  This is where you’ll be given three choices.

The Free Option

You can download your new business logo for free in exchange for giving DesignEvo credit.  The free version is limited to a 500 x 500 lower resolution image. You can download it in just .png and .jpg format. This means it’s probably not suitable for printing or anywhere a high-resolution image is required. It should work just fine for website or business card use.

Paid Options

You’re also given two paid options. For $19.99 you receive a print ready, 5000px by 5000px image. It comes with lifetime support and a design that can be edited and re-downloaded. The Plus option is $39.99 which adds .pdf and .svg files and the ability to register a trademark.  $20 or even $40 is a pretty good price for a well-designed, professional quality logo.

In the video below, you can follow along as I create a business logo for an imaginary business from a template simply by adjusting it a bit to fit my needs.  When I downloaded this logo after choosing the paid Plus package, it came with everything I might need to have brochures, print materials and more made with it, including the fonts.


While hiring a graphic designer is ideal, it’s often out of reach for small businesses looking to build a brand.  DesignEvo gives you a DIY option for a business logo that won’t look like you did it yourself.


Tina Marie Hilton provides online technology services to forward thinking businesses. She writes on her Tips from T.Marie business blog to share insight and information with other small businesses and entrepreneurs. It also makes her feel like that certificate in creative writing isn't going to waste completely.