So I am back today with the November edition of my Monthly Review Series: the series where I thoroughly test out a new product/service and detail:
This month’s review is one what I think will really appeal to bloggers, youtubers and small business owners: Logojoy.
What is particularly exciting about this post is that logojoy were lovely enough to contact me to review their logo making site (which I greatly appreciate and am so thankful for), however I really appreciated the companies transparency. They were so intent on stressing that I didn’t let them influence the post at all (which I never do, I pride myself on being genuine in all of my reviews, regardless of whether I’ve worked with the company or not), and asked to have no input in what I wrote/how I reviewed the product, and I really appreciated that. So, speaking of my honest review, it’s about time I got into it:
The Details: What is Logojoy?
Logojoy is a website that uses artificial intelligence to help you create a unique, personalised logo for your company or website or youtube channel or whatever you want to be honest. They promise to “Instantly generate beautiful designs”, tailored to the choices you make.
In terms of prices, creating the logo is free, so you can mess around and “try before you buy” as it were. Then, if you actually like your logo and want to download and use it for your business, you can pay different prices for different packages:
In order to test out their site, I had a go at designing myself a new logo, and I went for the $65 premium package as I felt that it was the one most suited for my blog.
First Impressions/The Process…
For a personalised logo site it’s pretty simple. I wasn’t sure what it would consist of, but essentially you just follow some easy steps and bam you have a logo…
One thing I noticed was that I had way more customising choice than I anticipated – it was stressful because I sure am a perfectionist that has issues making up her mind… However, despite my quirks, I was impressed with how simple and straightforward the site was to use.
The Results (and my opinion)
After spending a while switching up fonts and colours – and sending my top 4 to my friends to vote on – I was left with this final result:
Hey, I'm Jasmine Burke. A girl in her twenties fresh out of Uni that's trying to write in any way that she can. I go under the branch of "lifestyle" but honestly, you can find pretty much anything on here.
Sorry. No data so far.