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Making simple alterations, like adjusting color, adding outlines, and tweaking layers can be all it takes to make a logo appealing to the right industry and customer. Logo Maker’s editor allows you to create incredible variety with ease! 

Check out these examples for unique ways you can utilize Logo Maker’s editor for your future designs:

 

Getting the most out of your SVG file 

Designer Shamlirotem made endless variations to his logo by forming different combinations with his initial layers. Rotem played with filled-in symbols, outlines, and palette sizes ranging from two to eight colors in his variations.

He experimented with adding a circle in the background and with transparency of the layers, all while maintaining the uploaded SVG centralized.

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Playing with visibility

Another way to maximize editor abilities is to experiment with visibility elements in your design.

In this design, Vanadium1st centralized all elements in the SVG to keep the alignment of the logo and then made some of the features transparent to create different hairstyles (See Below). The results are varied, unique, and eye-catching. This was a brilliant use of the editor tool!

Original SVG layers:

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Variations:

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Coloring to the max

For their variations, designer Shamlirotem played with negative space, outlines, complementary colors –including black and white options – and different color palette sizes, ranging from two to many. 

Rotem added a circle in the background as part of our editor option and made some layers see-through while maintaining the uploaded SVG centralized.

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Coloring to the max #2

Vanadium1st manipulated colors to create variations, inverting colors, adding and removing outlines, playing with negative space, different palette sizes, complementary colors, and more. 

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We hope you found these variation examples as clever as we did! Now it’s your turn to try. 

How have you made your unique variations? What tools are you eager to try? Share in the 

comments below. 


 

For even more helpful tips, check out these new articles: 

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On 1/1/2023 at 10:04 PM, Logo Maker Team said:

Making simple alterations, like adjusting color, adding outlines, and tweaking layers can be all it takes to make a logo appealing to the right industry and customer. Logo Maker’s editor allows you to create incredible variety with ease! 

Check out these examples for unique ways you can utilize Logo Maker’s editor for your future designs:

 

Getting the most out of your SVG file 

Designer Shamlirotem made endless variations to his logo by forming different combinations with his initial layers. Rotem played with filled-in symbols, outlines, and palette sizes ranging from two to eight colors in his variations.

He experimented with adding a circle in the background and with transparency of the layers, all while maintaining the uploaded SVG centralized.

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Playing with visibility

Another way to maximize editor abilities is to experiment with visibility elements in your design.

In this design, Vanadium1st centralized all elements in the SVG to keep the alignment of the logo and then made some of the features transparent to create different hairstyles (See Below). The results are varied, unique, and eye-catching. This was a brilliant use of the editor tool!

Original SVG layers:

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Variations:

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Coloring to the max

For their variations, designer Shamlirotem played with negative space, outlines, complementary colors –including black and white options – and different color palette sizes, ranging from two to many. 

Rotem added a circle in the background as part of our editor option and made some layers see-through while maintaining the uploaded SVG centralized.

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Coloring to the max #2

 

Vanadium1st manipulated colors to create variations, inverting colors, adding and removing outlines, playing with negative space, different palette sizes, complementary colors, and more. 

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We hope you found these variation examples as clever as we did! Now it’s your turn to try. 

How have you made your unique variations? What tools are you eager to try? Share in the 

comments below. 


 

For even more helpful tips, check out these new articles: 

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