Website Design For Your Wellness Business BONUS: DIY Brand Design Workshop Logo


This may be my favorite part! (I know I said color and tone were but, maybe it's a tie.)

Having a logo that represents your brand is exciting. You want to share it with the world.


Once we've chosen a design you love, I'll be creating several different variations of your logo. But let's start with the layout of your main logo.

Do you prefer the feel of:

  • Stacked Emblem
  • Side Emblem
  • Signature Dual Font
  • Signature
  • Monogram
  • Circle
  • Framed
  • Freeform


Important note: Logos cannot contain elements from Canva’s image library, either free or paid, as per section 4i of our license agreements. However, basic shapes, lines, free fonts may be used in logos.

A touch of art can bring a feeling of warmth and connection. And, the lack of art can create openness and simplicity that speaks for itself.

If you would like to use an emblem in your logo Creative Market* is a wonderful resource for finding inspiration. I do not recommend purchasing an emblem until we have reviewed in our strategy session.

Some examples of layout and emblem placement.


Lesson Activity

Decide on the preferred layout of your main logo.

Decide whether you would like an emblem. Advise on what you have in mind.

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