On Designer Practices
What is placeholder logo?
If you’re graphic designer or UI designer, there’s must be a moment when you need to jump start a UI structure but the final logo have not yet delivered.
If you’re graphic designer or UI designer, there’s must be a moment when you need to jump start a project but having a hard time waiting for the logo’s final artwork to be sent by client. Deadline is approaching fast and you need to quickly finished the work as scheduled. Usually at this scenario you will draw a blank rectangle on the top left corner or top center of your layout, and then you continue to designing the rest of the layout. But the more you see your layout the more you felt sometimes doesn’t quite feel right just because that small blank rectangle is destroying your whole layout.
Say you want to create the logo, but then the layout must be done this afternoon and you have no time to designing a logo! No way! You start looking for any image in google image search that can be used as a logo for your layout, but all of them looks ugly and it will ruin your layout!
Not to worry Logoipsum come to helps you! Use any of our logo in your layout. It’s free, beautifully designed logo, with various styles to choose from and flexible enough to fit to any layout styles, so when the actual logo finally came, you just replace it without making your layout looks weird afterward. You can download our logo or simply copy paste any logo you want for for project, with no attribution needed, but we will happy if you share logoipsum.com and tell all your friends about us! :)
If you use Sketch to design website or app, just drag the logo from your web page to your Sketch artboard, without needed to download it first. Or better, now you can just simply click on the logo and it will get copied to your clipboard, then simply paste into your design app such as Illustrator, XD, Sketch or Figma. It so handy!
If you are a front-end designer, you can just download the SVG, open it in your code editor and start modified the SVG script to be inlined in your HTML script. Again, you can simply copy paste the logo and use it as inline svg on your code. So easy no one will ever complained about it!