7 inspiring templates for planning a logo design project

Creating a space to collect inspiration, generate ideas and plan your project is a crucial step in the design process. Whether you're a freelancer designer or a creative agency, this collection of templates is the perfect way to inspire, plan, and share the vision with your team and clients.

Plan all aspects of your logo in one place

The Logo Design Plan template is the central hub for your project. It includes the key parts of every logo design plan: The brief, your ideas, research, moodboards and concepts. There are also checklists for your workflow so you can stay organized and have everything in one easy-to-access place.

Create an inspiring logo design brief

The brief is one of the most important parts of a successful logo design project. It's where you set the goals, background, brand personality and provide the designer with all the ingredients to do their best creative work.

Map out your competitors

The Brand Positioning Map template is useful for identifying your opportunity in the market. It's a simple way to ensure your brand will stand out against your competitors when designing a new logo or rebranding your company.

Generate ideas & sketches for a logo

This template will help you explore new ideas through notes, images, video and sketches to create a clear direction for a logo. Online brainstorming means you can invite others to contribute ideas wherever they're located.

Set the visual direction for your logo design

Collect references and explore the visual direction for your logo with a moodboard. The Logo Moodboard template contains beautifully composed placeholders for images, video, color swatches and notes. Just drag and drop your content onto the board to create a moodboard in minutes.

Organize and share your logo design concepts

How you present your design work is just as important as the actual artwork itself. It's here that you get to tell the story and strategy behind your work, not just share the final artwork. This template helps you organize and share your concepts so they look amazing and give everyone an easy way to provide feedback in context—no more emailing PDFs back and forth!

One place to organize your brand assets

At the end of a design project, it's important to have a central place to store things like logos, colors, imagery and branding guidelines. It gives you an easy way to handover important project assets to your client and means there's no digging around for things in the future.

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