4 thoughts on “How To Create A Logo In Canva Step-By-Step For Beginners”

  1. Hi Tatiana,

    I am actually a pro member of Canva, as of recently. I did have a free account for quite some time and have recently found so many uses for it in my content creation that I upgraded to pro. One thing I like to use right alongside Canva, is SnagIt. I use the SnagIt tool when I create things in Canva to quickly and easily capture pics of my creations and show step-by-step instructions to use in my content. It really works well.

    Canva is a great tool. I work with someone who used it regularly and gave me a push towards using it and now I use it all of the time.

    Thanks for sharing,

    • Hi Chastity and thank you for your feedback.
      This is actually a very nice combination: Canva + SnagIt. I must admit that I have never worked with SnagIt however I am willing and interested to try it out.
      On the same note, I found myself more of an adept to recording my screen in the form of a video rather than explaining my steps with print screens. However, I realise that videos are not always the most useful tool to use 🙂

  2. Hi Tatiana. Thanks a lot for your great, step-by-step, and comprehensive guide on how to create a logo with Canva. I love that you stressed out also the reasons, why it is so important to have your own logo. I think recognition is the number one reason above all the others. From my personal experience, the websites that have no logo or favicon with just a WordPress sign let’s say, do not leave such an impression on me, that the creators are any experts or authority in the given niche. And if the logo, then Canva is definitely the tool.


    • Hi Julius and thank you for your comment.
      I find myself guilty of the same thing as you: websites without a logo leave a feeling with me as if they are unfinished somehow. But at the same time it could just be a personal preference and bias 🙂
      Thank you for sharing your thoughts.

      Regards, Tatiana


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