A nature inspired brand image for your landscaping business or environmental conservation passion project will help you stand out. Create a logo using a wide range of elements, including leaf icons, palm tree branches, recycling symbols and more. With Spark’s Logo Maker app, you can design a tree logo that encapsulates your brand.
Before you begin designing, consider the intent behind your logo. What will it communicate about your brand and to whom? Then, think about the tools you want to work with. Will your logo be text-only or will it feature an image of some sort? Before you dive into a world of ideas, try to focus on the elements that feel most essential to your brand and keep those in mind as you start to build your design.
The first step of the Logo Maker asks you to enter in brand or business details. Make sure your spelling is correct and add any other text you might want to feature on your logo, such as a tagline or an established date.
How would you describe your brand’s aesthetic? While there are countless styles out there, pick from the selection Spark offers that resonates most with you. You can always make changes later on if you change your mind.
The app will populate some icon options for you, or you can specify even further by typing in a keyword of an icon that you think fits your brand better.
Just like that, Spark is ready to present you with an assortment of stunning tree logo designs. If you don’t see the one you were hoping for, try backtracking on a few steps to switch up the end result.
Select any logo to adjust its color or font. Or, if you want to make something truly unique, click “Customize more” to take the design into your Spark workspace where you can get your hands on any element of the design you want to edit.
When you’re ready to share, download your logo as a PNG to have a transparent background or as a JPG if you prefer the color background. Upload your logo to your digital platforms, letterheads, and email signatures. If you need a little more guidance, send it digitally to a friend or co-worker to get their feedback. Re-visit your project at any time to adjust the size or style for future tree logo needs.