[Midjourney Prompt]How to Design a Good-looking LOGO
Creating a logo requires significant time and effort, as it involves careful consideration of various aspects such as meaning, style, color, and more. That's why many designers use Midjourney to generate ideas and find inspiration from the AI-generated images.
To write effective keywords for logo design in Midjourney, here are some examples:
Vector graphic type logo design
Core keywords: Vector, no realistic photo detail shading This tells Midjourney to avoid creating logos with detailed or realistic shading.
Line style logo design
Core keywords: Minimal line logo
Gradient style logo design
Core keywords: Gradient
You can even specify the desired color in the keyword.
Japanese style logo design
Core keyword: Style of Japanese
Letter logo design
Core keywords: No shading, detail, photo-realistic colors outline
Abstract/geometric logo design
Core keywords: Geometric, no realistic photo detail shading
University/college logo design
Core keywords: Emblem for a university, no shading, detail realistic color
Retro badge logo design
Core keywords: Kitschy vintage retro simple
Modern game style badge logo design
Core keywords: Game icon
Mascot or virtual IP logo design
Core keywords: Mascot
To add more creativity, you can also include the name of a famous logo designer or artist such as:
Ivan Chermayeff - The Chase and Pan Am logo designer Steff Geissbuhler - Designer of the NBC and Time Warner Cable logos Yoshitaka Amano - Final Fantasy series designer
Saul Bass - Vertigo movie poster designer Yoji Shinkawa - Designer of the Alloy Gear series Massimo Vignelli - New York City subway map designer Rob Janoff - Apple logo designer Sagi Haviv - US Open and National Geographic logo designer
In conclusion, Midjourney can be an efficient tool for logo design, but it's important to remember that a professional designer's expertise is still necessary to refine the AI-generated design and add the finishing touches. Whether you're an experienced designer or just starting out, Midjourney can be a valuable resource in your logo design process, as long as you know how to use it effectively.