A designer, like any creative person, needs to not only create, but also broaden his horizons, replenish his creative powers, and learn something new. It is imperative to shape your own tastes, find your ideals among the millions of works created and strive for excellence. So you can find inspiration and start creating with tripled energy!

Designers actually can change the world for the better by making the complicated simple and finding beauty in truth.”Michael Bierut

Finding inspiration for logo design can be very difficult.  You must make an effort to find inspiration. Let the variety of ideas merge in your mind and gradually merge into the logo you are looking for. First of all, you need to know where to look for inspiration.

Inspiration is everywhere in design. While you are thinking about designing something, inspiration can find you looking at a blank canvas!

Whether you’re a seasoned professional or just starting out, inspiration is a challenge that all creative professionals face from time to time. Don’t be embarrassed to see what successful brands do to nurture your creativity.

Find resources below to find inspiration. Remember this is not an exhaustive list because inspiration can come from anywhere, anywhere, anytime.

99Desings

99designs, customers can hire freelancers or a contest of designers sends their ideas can arrange for an online market. However, what many people don’t realize is that it’s also a great source of logo design inspiration!

Because many designers host their portfolios on site to apply for jobs and compete, it’s a great place for a tacky beak on the incredible work other people do. Their interfaces make it extremely easy to browse hundreds of great logos, and you can even filter them by industries like accounting and finance or beauty and cosmetics to narrow them down. This can give you an idea of what other designers in your niche are doing so you can put your own unique spin.

 Pinterest

Pinterest  is not just a place to search for healthy recipes or pin beautiful pictures to your ‘dream circle’ board! It is not a social media platform in the traditional sense. Like Google, Pinterest is essentially a search engine and you can use it to your advantage when looking for logo design inspiration!

Many freelancers and design studios post their work on Pinterest with relevant search tags. This allows you to be hyper-specific about what you are looking for. From ‘Hipster to’ holographic ‘, you can find almost any logo aesthetics you can think of on Pinterest.

Another useful thing about Pinterest is that the easy re-pin designs you love to your own “boards” make it easy to create a mood board from logo inspiration. Modern and minimalist logos are particularly common on Pinterest – perhaps making up the majority of the user base for thousands of years.

Canva

As a global DIY design platform, Canva invites some of the world’s best designers to submit templates that make up the Canva library.

This means that great logo design inspiration is at your fingertips and you don’t even have to leave the platform to make them yourself! While the drag and drop functionality makes it easy for you to change text, colors and images, it can be a nice relief not to have to start from scratch.

Behance

Offered by Adobe, Behance offers the perfect one-stop shopping for anything. The intuitive interface offers many different ways to inspire you.

First, there’s the ‘work in progress’ caption pulled from Instagram to showcase the different creations talented designers have been working on. Then there is the search feature that allows you to search and filter by different project types (for example, if you are looking specifically for red logos)

Favorite feature? Curated galleries. From the themed ‘Best of Behance’ tab to themed mood boards (for example, modern minimal logo design), the Adobe team’s daily choices make it much easier to filter thousands of projects on their site.

 Awwwards

Want to learn and be inspired by the best? Don’t forget to add Awwwards to your ‘bookmarks’ bar. Offering this Website Award-winning jobs, the platform recognizes and encourages the talent and efforts of the best developers, designers and web agencies in the world. Awwwards means you can easily access the world of design in one place!

They have a variety of useful galleries to browse, from their annual contests to the ‘website of the day’ running. However, the most useful feature is undoubtedly the ability to filter by categories, allowing you to search for award-winning logos in different colors, styles, and industries.

 Dribbble

Dribbble is another design platform where creative professionals host their portfolios. There are many different styles and approaches. However, it is a design community where designers can seek feedback and constructive criticism about their work. All these comments are open to everyone, giving professional designers a great idea of what works and what doesn’t. They also have excellent search functionality to narrow down to specific types of projects (logos) and the ability to ‘follow’ the designers whose work you love.

Instagram

No longer just a place to take photos of your food or your cute dog, Instagram is now used almost as widely for work as free time. This means that many talented design professionals flock to the platform to share and showcase their work.

There are a few different ways to find logo design inspiration on Instagram. One of them is to look for tags like #logodesign #logoinspiration and #logoproject. However, it is important to keep in mind that as a widely used platform, you will likely find professional as well as amateur jobs.

To narrow it down to a higher quality, you can follow some of the many Instagram accounts devoted exclusively to logo design. @logoinspirations, @logonew  ,  @logoawesome,  and  @ logo.inspire can be great to add to your stream.

 Creative Bloq

While the ‘ Creative Bloq ‘ has less gallery feel than other design websites on this list, it’s perfect for keeping up with the latest logo trends, news and tips. It’s also particularly useful for inspiration from some of the world’s most well-known brands, as they often publish articles while unpacking and analyzing their logos.

Logomoose

Such as 99designs, Logomoos to an online design competition and the market is in town. However, the point of difference is entirely dedicated to logos! Its homepage continues regularly with fresh, new designs. So you can stay ahead of the trend. Their use of tags on the website makes it incredibly easy to search for specific features. Old logos ‘or’ business logos. You can also browse logo galleries that have previously won or have been nominated for an award.

Abduzeedo

Abduzeedo is primarily a blog with design tips and tutorials, but it’s also a great place for design inspiration. It’s especially great for modern, abstract, and slightly off-center designs. If you want to create a logo that pushes the limits, you should definitely visit this site. The website has an extremely minimalist interface without too many calls to action, so you need to dig a little deeper, especially for logo design. Check out the ‘branding’ or ‘graphic design’ collections to get started. They also often face challenges that provide daily design inspiration.

At the end of the day, your own brand identity and values should be everyone’s biggest logo inspiration. After all, you want yours to be unique and memorable, so that they don’t look just like everyone else’s!

However, there is no harm in paying attention to what some of the best in the business are doing and incorporating elements of that into your own design. The logo design inspiration websites on this list provide an excellent opportunity to do just that.

By getting a design hint from the professional work on these sites, you can turbo charge your creativity and create a logo that makes you proud. Who knows, maybe one day you’ll even showcase your own work there!

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