Childcare logo design inspiration
Make it childish with bright colors
Children are naturally drawn to bright colors; this is why they are often found in toys, games and children's clothing. Consequently, when we see simple, bright colors in an image, we assume it is child-related. Sometimes going against expectation in logo design works but childcare isn't one of these. A black & white logo featuring a subtle design might be nice to look at, but it won't impress the ideas of fun and childhood and may even have a negative effect. So keep it colorful!
Ensure you put children first
Parents want to know you are putting their children first when entrusting you to mind them. Featuring children in your logo helps reinforce the message your service is child focused. Detailed drawings aren't necessary; simple images can convey a range of moods and impressions by the location they are set in, or the body poses held. Silhouettes of children playing on swings or dancing are commonly used, along with simple icons representing individuals or groups. By creating an impression of activity, your childcare logo tells the right story.