Design Mantic

The easiest, fastest way to design logos

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#5 Product of the DayJanuary 27, 2017

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Denzel
 
  • Denzel
    DenzelCreative Director
    Pros: 

    Great for startups who just need a logo & can't afford to spend any money on your brand - which means you probably shouldn't own a business

    Cons: 

    All the logos look dated, and the logo you create will not be anything unique that you can be proud of, to attact your ideal customers.

    A logo is not just a pretty picture / icon - it has to be unique and speak to your business and your customers. It's not something that you can just create using a template from Design Mantic .. anyone who uses this website, deserves what they get, and lacks the business acumen and strategic thinking that needed to create a successful brand. Good luck to you!

    Denzel has used this product for one day.

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Ben Tossell@bentossell · Services for startups
There are so many alternatives for logo making/building etc... whats the differentiator here? Personal opinion... the site looks a bit dated, so that may put me off going for their designs. For simple logo designs I'd argue that something like Logojoy is the easiest and fastest
Rahul Ramchand
Rahul RamchandHiring@rahulr047 · Botmonster 🔥
@bentossell Yup, Logojoy has some kickass designs. These are quite average to be honest.
James Welch
James Welch@jwelch · CEO @ innovationcompany.co.uk
@bentossell I thought it was pretty decent. One of the better tools like this I've tried.
Hate to be harsh, but logos look dated.
jeremy carson
jeremy carson@thejeremycarson · Data-Driven Creative
these look like they were made in ms word or something... go to task rabbit and pay a designer to make you something rather than use this.
Ayush Saxena
Ayush Saxena@a4ayush
This may need to be updated to reflect a more modern design standard.
Yoshiki
Yoshiki@yoshikischmitz
Looks like it just generates text and color schemes over a db of vaguely categorized clipart. Perhaps if the clipart were high quality it could work but that doesn't seem to be the case.