Design store silhouette is a way of making sure you’re not only looking your best but also presenting a cohesive design to your customers.
To help you keep things clean and organised, we’ve put together a step-by-step guide on how to get the best out of your designers work.
Design your store’s store logo (or logo) 1.1.
Select a logo template 1.2.
Choose a theme to use for your store 1.3.
Create a new logo template that’s relevant to your store.
1 (A) A basic logo template to get you started.
2 (B) A more creative template that’ll suit your store and give you more flexibility to design your store logo.
3 (C) A custom logo template, tailored to your shop.
4 (D) A design template that will create the perfect look for your shop and store.
5 (E) A free online design template with the full functionality of a real store logo template.
6 (F) A template that has been created by a real customer to help you get your store looking great.
7 (G) A simple yet effective design template for your design shop.
1a (A – A) Create a brand new logo for your brand, brand identity or a logo you’re creating for yourself.
1b (B – B) Create an original logo that’s not yet licensed by Disney.
Themes to explore: Theme (a) A brand new theme that’s designed to be unique to your brand.
Theme (b) A modern and contemporary logo with a modern twist.
Background (c) A background that makes it easy to understand the logo.
Background (d) A logo that has a subtle, yet noticeable contrast between the background and the logo itself.
Theme (e) A style or design that suits your brand identity.
Theme + Background (f) A unique logo with an element of style.
Theme+Background (g) A clever and interesting logo that looks best on background.
Theme & Background (h) A look that shows off the brand identity and background together.
Theme(i) A new look with a few classic elements added in for a fresh feel.
Example of a new design template: 1a.
A simple, modern, yet distinctive look that looks great on a background.
Examples of theme templates that you might like: Theme(a) Theme+Background(b) 3.
Choose the colours of your store Logo (a).
Theme+(b) Theme+Theme(c) 1.
Choose an old logo template for inspiration.
A classic red and white logo template would be a good choice for your own store, or you can use a design template like this: 2.
Create your new logo.
Create an old-school logo template with a bold colour palette and minimal text.
You might use this template for a design shop, or as a base for your new design.
Use this template to create your brand logo.
Create the same old-fashioned logo.
Choose your brand colour scheme and add a few bold colours.
Remember that the brand colours are your customers choice, so you’ll need to make sure you match the colours in your store colours to match the brand colour schemes in your design shops colour palette.
Tip: Don’t forget to check out the colour palettes of your design stores colours to make them more unique.
Bold colours (a – b) Example logos that use bold colours to emphasise their colours: 3a.
The brand colour of your brand is bold.
Make sure you add some bold colours and add some text around the logo to emphasising the colour.
Add a few extra bold colours, like green and blue, around the brand to make it more clear.
Add some text that shows the brand, logo and your store together.
Note: If you’re designing a new shop, make sure that the logo is the only element that’s changed.
You don’t want to confuse customers with the same design they saw at your last shop.
For a brand shop, this would be the logo, with some text about your shop, but no branding.
Direction (a-b) 1b (A-A) Make sure your logo has a directional angle.
Don ‘t let the direction of the logo distract from the brand.
For instance, if your logo is facing away from you, don’t use the logo as a visual cue for people to come and buy your products.
It could be a great idea to include the brand logo as part of the design of your product.
For example, you could have a logo that says ‘Made in Australia’ or ‘Made by our family’ in an area that’s well lit,