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Personal logo design

When it comes to determining your personal brand, no one knows better than you. Whether you’re traditional, trendy, or tough, the best personal logo is the one that brings your personality to life. You’ll have a lot of freedom as you start designing your personal brand, so it helps to have some logo design tips to direct your creativity. 

If you’re looking for personal logo design inspiration and advice, you’ve come to the right place! Look through logos from some of the biggest names online to see how others are using fonts, colors, and symbols to brand themselves online. When you're ready to start building your personal brand and growing your online profile, try our AI-powered logo maker for free!

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Personal logo best practices

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Color

As you start selecting colors for your logo, don’t just look for colors that you like—look for colors that reflect how you want to be seen. By focusing on the response you want to generate with your personal logo, you’ll be able to find colors that support your brand and resonate with your audience. Keep your color scheme simple, with no more than two colors max, or only one bright color paired with black and white.

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Layout

When you make a logo for yourself, you need to consider where you’ll be promoting your brand. Will your logo mostly pop up in print? Online? On business cards? If you aren’t sure which mediums you’ll be using, opt for a clean layout, which will scale well to fit a variety of applications. Of course, if you want a bit more flexibility, you can always create multiple logo variations for different applications.

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Typography

Your logo’s typography is a great opportunity to add a personal touch to your personal brand. Many people choose to use script style typefaces since they resemble human handwriting and can make your logo look like a signature. If you choose to go the script font route, make sure your font is easily readable across a variety of sizes and mediums.

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Symbol

If you want to add a symbol to your personal logo, make sure it matches your skills, style, and personality. If you’ll be promoting a particular product or service with your personal brand, your symbol will also need to reflect that. Whatever symbol you choose, check that it scales well and suits your other design elements—to create a cohesive impression of your brand.

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