Can AI design a better logo than you?

Logojoy is a new website that uses Artificial Intelligence to ‘design’ logos. James Greenfield, an actual human designer, gives it a go…

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  • David Clive 15/01/2018 at 3:40 pm

    very informative post

  • Eugene K 23/02/2017 at 11:07 am

    actually, completely AI based design process makes no sense at all, since people who use these services are not the designers.. so if you train an AI based on what average Joe likes you would get an awfully bad and mediocre design. We were also developing our logo maker for a long time already, but we did it a bit differently – we use AI only to provide you with inspiration but you can select any of the logos you like and then edit it online in our powerful editor. This way at least people can be pointed at the right direction and start with some font groups/colors that real designer chose and work from that, our service is if anybody is interested

  • Simon Mortimer 10/02/2017 at 2:00 pm

    To James’ point, the logo that was produced for studio Koto looks very similar to

  • Mark Hardman 14/12/2016 at 4:05 pm this article brought to mind this scene in ex-machina.. bye bye work as we know it! 🙂

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