The big part was that we were able to show him how his website was built. Someone had purchased, as a gift, a website package for him from GoDaddy. Now anyone that knows anything about building web content knows, GoDaddy is not the best platform to build websites with.
Not only do they limit what you are able to do and hide access to key parts of your website, but every time you try and call them, they will try and sell you something that should be included.
And more than that, their website builder is cookie cutter and not very dynamic.
Anyways, now that I'm done with my GoDaddy rant.. which I could go on and on about, let me get to how to create a most perfect logo for your business.
Like many others my friend did not know where to start when he asked me, "How do I create a logo?" It seems pretty clear cut, especially if you are reading this, since you are likely already an active Googler!
But maybe your friend or someone you know isn't and you can print this article out and hand it to them :) or e-mail it to them!
Or even better, instead of buying them a crappy GoDaddy website subscription, buy them a consultation with Jumpswell so they don't get stuck with something they don't like.
So I told him, Google logo generators. Here is the actual conversation that took place.
Your logo has to be something you are proud of. Also, it needs to be something that represents what your company stands for.
If you are a catering company that caters to high end customers, you want your logo to look professional and clean cut. If you are a caterer that caters BBQ events and parties, you want your logo to look maybe animated and loosely put together.
However you go about it, Google images, Pinterest and logo generators are going to be your best bet to put your creative foot in the dirt and start getting feel for the course.