De­signEvo

De­sign your own logo

Mac Format - - APPLE CHOICE - David Chartier

Free, of­fers in-app pur­chases FROM Pear­lMoun­tain Tech­nol­ogy, de­signevo.com Needs iOS 9 or later

Getting a great logo for a project can be a big help to­wards recog­nis­abil­ity and suc­cess. De­signEvo of­fers a broad set of tools, tem­plates and ob­jects for craft­ing your brand.

To get started, you pick a tem­plate from a va­ri­ety of cat­e­gories. Then you can cus­tomise colours, add text and ob­jects, con­tin­u­ing to move and re­size ac­cord­ingly un­til your logo is ex­actly as you need or en­vi­sioned.

There are tools for tweak­ing ev­ery­thing. For ex­am­ple, a logo of an open book has a dif­fer­ent colour for each of the four vis­i­ble pages, and you can change them all. Be­yond the free tem­plates and ob­jects, more are avail­able as in–app pur­chases. Over­all, it’s quick and easy to turn a tem­plate into some­thing unique.

How­ever, De­signEvo should be crit­i­cised for its in­abil­ity to let you save projects. If you exit a project, it’s gone – al­though the devel­oper says it’s work­ing on adding this func­tion­al­ity.

De­signEvo is gen­er­ally good at its core pur­pose. It would be great to see the in­ter­face re­ceive an over­haul so it feels more na­tive to iOS, though, and we re­ally need the op­tion to save and re­visit projects.

There is an im­pres­sive amount of tem­plate cus­tomi­sa­tion for free.

The store pro­vides more op­tions for tem­plates and ob­jects.

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