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How to design with a bunch of logos

If you’re creating something for a sponsored event or partnership, you’ll probably have to design with a bunch of logos… and that can get crazy.

If you’ve ever had to design with more than one logo, you know things can get wonky fast: you have alignment issues, background colors that don’t match, and inconsistent sizing between the logos.

It can start out looking something like this. Crazy, right?

Here are 3 easy steps to design with a bunch of logos:

Step 1: Organize your logos in an invisible grid

Put your logos in an invisible grid to quickly fix alignment issues. Resize them within the grid as necessary.

6 logos aligned within a grid

Step 2: Design logos on a white background

It might be tempting to design logos with one of the brand colors as the background. Don’t do it — logos are often sent with a white background so you won’t have to worry about removing the background if it needs to go on a different color.

2 Nike logos, one with a white background and one with a blue background

Step 3: Don’t let logos overtake your design

When designing with a lot of logos, it’s easy to let them get too big and take away from the actual design — but they should not be the focal point of your graphic.

To avoid this, limit your logos to one half or one third of your entire design.

6 logos that are alignedWant to learn more about designing with logos? I have a whole lesson on logos in Create with Confidence, my design course that will teach you to create content that drives action!

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