Canva Logo Maker Reviews | Tech Radar


Need help designing a logo for yourself or your business, but are strapped for cash and don’t have any design skills? Then Canva Logo Maker might be what you are looking for.

To start

The process is very simple. Once you’ve logged in and triggered the logo design service, you’re presented with a basic but functional interface: the main section on the right is (or will be) a preview of your design. To the left is a sidebar with all the design elements you’ll need, and at the top of the page is something like a menu bar, where you’ll find the all-important Undo and Redo buttons, as well as the Download option.

Models

A multitude of templates await you – many of which are free (Image credit: Canva)

Templates, text and personalization

The sidebar is where you’ll find all the logo templates you can use, and there are plenty of them. Be aware, however, that not all templates are free (this applies to other features of this service). If you hover over a thumbnail and don’t see a little “free” icon in the bottom right, you’ll need to pay to download and use your final creation.

Editing

The editing tools are comprehensive: not only can you modify the colors, but you can resize, reposition, even rotate objects, by clicking on them and dragging them or their handles. (Image credit: Canva)

Your customization options are quite extensive, will access many elements, from basic geometric shapes, graphics and photos, even graphics and frames – you can make your logo as simple or as complex as you want.

If you already have a design or image that you want to include, the “Upload” section will help you access the files on your computer or any of your online accounts such as Dropbox, Facebook, Google Drive, among others.

Text

Many text effects are available for free (but the best ones are probably premium) (Image credit: Canva)

You have a whole host of text effects and styles to browse through, many of which are free and fully customizable, from font and size, to color, position and orientation. Each element uses the same editing interaction, making it quick to learn and easy to play until you get the perfect creation.

Export

Your export options are limited with a free account, but might be enough for most people (Image credit: Canva)

Export

Once you’ve finished your work, Canva gives you the option to export your design, but there’s a catch. Yes, you can do it for free, but the size is limited to 500×500 pixels on a white background. This could be more than enough to add to a web page, or even a small logo on a letterhead, but if you need something bigger, or even on a transparent background, you have to pay for it. privilege.

Packages and rates

Canva is much more than a logo maker, and its subscription price reflects that: it’s an online design service for social media posts, invitations, t-shirts, presentations, flyers, you name it, they probably do. With that in mind, their Pro subscription will cost you $12.99 (£11 per month) or $119 (£100) per year and allows you to add up to 5 people to your ‘team’. They also offer a 30-day free trial to experience all the features and upload your logo in premium quality to get started.

final verdict

As a logo maker tool, Canva offers features that are as easy to use as they are plentiful. The free option might satisfy most potential customers, but the sheer number of options available to you when you sign up — beyond the ability to create a logo — might entice many to stick around.

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