A logo is important for a small business, as it is part of your brand identity. When it comes to logo design, you want to leverage the top design resources to create something really memorable and unique.
VistaCreate has powerful toolkits that you can use to design a remarkable logo; one that successfully conveys your brand message. However, if you want to register your logo as a trademark, there are a few things to consider.
Take a look at some of the ways you can design a logo in VistaCreate that can be trademarked.
Create an original logo from scratch
Your logo can be officially registered if you’ve used design elements that can’t be identified as VistaCreate assets. You can design your logo in VistaCreate using basic shapes, lines, and arrays from our free media library. You can also use any font from our extensive collection in your logo design.
Note that any logo created using VistaCreate templates or objects, stock photos, vectors, and other creative files can’t be officially registered or trademarked. VistaCreate reserves the right to use the same design elements and stock content in other projects or for third parties.
You can create a logo for personal, non-commercial use by customizing one of the ready-made Logo templates in VistaCreate or creating a custom logo from scratch.
Upload your own logo to VistaCreate
You might already have a logo you’ve designed yourself or with the help of a third-party design agency. Upload your original logo to VistaCreate and use it when designing visual content for your brand: social media designs, visuals for ads, printed designs, and many more.
You can also upload your brand fonts, colors, and logo to build a brand kit. This will allow you to apply your brand style in clicks.