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Web Design - Free Development Tool

Oct 14, 2007
When working on your web design you want to make sure your ecommerce business logo is a positive reflection of the work that has gone into building your site.

For some online stores there is a limited supply of financial resources from which to draw for a new logo or business graphic.

I recently stumbled across a service on the web that can provide free logos for use in any kind of application. You may wish to have a banner ad designed, a logo, a button or creative elements for a print campaign.

While I have no stock or personal interest in this company I do have an interest in web design and this service provides a unique tool in developing visual material for your site.

The team at logobogo.com developed the site following the success of a sister site called radiodaddy.com. The second site allows radio professionals to voice material for podcasts, online radio stations or even traditional AM/FM stations. This is also done at no cost.

I decided to give LogoBogo a try and posted my request. Within 24 hours I had three professional choices to look at from three different designers.

There are certain rules to follow when making your request, but the fully produced material I reviewed was very well done and something I would be comfortable using.

From a pure marketing standpoint LogoBogo is a draw for professional graphic designers because it allows their work to be seen by many and can often result in paid work if the customer wants to work on additional material with the same designer. For the owners the site is filled with advertising and Google AdSense which helps pay for the site expenses and upkeep.

The LogoBogo website boasts the ability to create 3D art, traditional art, logos, banners, paintings, gaming graphics and icons.

If nothing else you have a significant brain trust that can provide tips and suggestions for the implementation of graphics within your site.

If you decide to use LogoBogo I might suggest being as specific as you can about the graphic or logo that you need. If you have special colors, fonts or sizes you need be sure to pass that information along. These designers are offering their skills at no cost. The more detail you can provide the better the chances are that your logo will reflect your desired outcome.

Website design can be a very personal exploration and locating as many useful tools as possible just makes sense. Logos and graphics can help you maximize the visual impact of your web design.
About the Author
Scott Lindsay is a web developer and entrepreneur. He is the founder of HighPowerSites and many other web projects. Get your own website online in just 5 minutes with HighPowerSites at: http://www.highpowersites.com. Start your own ebook business with BooksWealth at: http://www.bookswealth.com
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