Published about 3 years ago
Today’s post outlines how to browse and select a font for use in your logo design. We take a quick look at the various ways you can explore and search for fonts on Logocaster and see how easy it is to generate a bunch of concepts using those fonts.
So here we go, the 3 ways you can explore and select a font for your logo using Logocaster:
Exploring Fonts via Logo Concepts. When you start the Logocaster Logo Designer, you type in your company or product name and instantly you’ll start seeing logo concepts. At this phase of your design process, Logocaster combines many color, style and font variations. If you see a font you like, you can click that logo concept and then choose the font from the dropdown. This tells Logocaster to only show you concepts which incorporate the selected font.
Choosing a Font Category. If you’d still like to see a variety of font and typeface options while you search for a logo, no problem. You can tell Logocaster to do exactly that. Click the “Refine” button in the left sidebar to open the refinement dialog, and then choose one of the 5 font categories shown. Logocaster will limit its logo concepts to the font category you’ve chosen.
Searching for a Specific Font. If you have a specific font in mind or would like to browse the fonts in our system, you can search by name directly from the “Refine” dialog. Click the “Refine” button in the left sidebar, and then use the search box at the top of the “Font” tab to search and browse by keyword. Once you’ve found the font you like, click it and start exploring the options that Logocaster creates for you.
Here’s a video that shows how easy it is to use each of these techniques to create your logo:
What are you waiting for?