Experiment with a text logo designer that generates new iterations based on your indicating which ones you like.

Mark Maker is a prototype. It generates logos and refines them based on your feedback. As you use it, the system tries to learn what you like, and over many sessions, it attempts to understand the visual vernacular associated with logos for different kinds of companies.

Experiment until you find a design you like. If you want to take it to the next level, try some of the modification (edit) tools. What do you notice as you indicate styles you like>

When you save your image, take a look at the info file it generates. For the DS106 logo above, we get:

Logo for DS106

This logo was generated by MarkMaker and is composed of elements designed by others.

The font is Yanone Kaffeesatz Bold designed by Multiple Designers and released under the OFL license via Google Fonts: https://www.google.com/fonts/specimen/Yanone%20Kaffeesatz. The font includes this copyright statement: Copyright (c) 2004-2010, Jan Gerner ([email protected]). Copyright (c) Huerta Tipografica ([email protected])

MarkMaker uses semantic data from the Princeton University WordNet database http://wordnet.princeton.edu and font descriptions from Google Fonts https://www.google.com/fonts.

This design is inspired by designs that past users of MarkMaker have liked. As a result, it may be visually similar to past or future designs generated by the system. There is no guarantee that it is unique, original, or suitable in any way for use as a logo.

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This Daily Create has been recycled from previously published ones:

#tdc1581 Create a logo for yourself with Mark Maker (May 7, 2016)

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