10 Minimal Fonts In Canva To Use For Your Logo
As far as I can tell by asking around, Canva is the graphics app most (non-designer) people use to create images for their websites and social media profiles.
But what about doing your logo in Canva?
If I was being my perfectionist self, I’d say “No, my love, you need a vector program, such as Illustrator, to design your logo. This is what most designers use and this is what’ll do the best job.”
However (and this is a big one, so listen up), the best tools when you first start your business are the ones you already know how to use.
Here’s the thing:
If you’re starting an online business and need a logo for your website and Instagram account, you might not need a scalable vector logo right away.
In fact, you might want to go super simple and use fonts only.
And you can do this in Canva.
Remember, if your goal is to get your business started and your idea tested you should focus on connecting with your ideal customers, creating offerings and charging for your services. These are what I call the 3 C's of starting a heart-centered online business.
If you need help with your DIY branding, just get the Brand Basics guide (it’s free!) and you’ll get 9 steps to follow so you know exactly what you need to do to brand your business yourself.
10 minimal fonts in Canva to use for your logo
Here are 10 fonts you can use to create a simple and stylish logo in Canva:
Beth Griffin - Bebas Neue
Kirstin Dawn - Intro Regular
Sally Miles - Voga Medium
Robyn Bradford - kelpt light
Suzanne Allen - Hussar Bold
Tara Brian - Unica One
Ann Mar - Playfair Display
Nicole Glass - Raleway
Heather Crawford - Antonio
Sarah Medina - Kollektif
(navigation is written in Montserrat)
Do you struggle with creating your logo?
Is not having a logo stopping you from starting your business? Do you think a simple font logo may work for you? Let me know in the comments below.