Logo design challenge

Daily logo workout

Daily Design Brief


Grillchat is an online portal for people who are passionate about grilling. On the website, you can find recipes, submit your own for revision, find user tests of grilling equipment and last but not least, chat with other enthusiasts and share recipes, tips etc.

They are looking for a pictorial or abstract logo mark that works well digitally, as the logo is to be used on their website, and on their social media profiles like Facebook and Instagram. They want a logo that is easily recognizable without having their name next to it, and they want it to have a modern and stylish look to it. Colors can be used in the logo but is not a requirement.

Additionally, you need to find a font for the name that compliments the logo, so they also work together when grouped.


Read the daily design brief for today's fictitious client


Design a logo that meets the requirements of the brief


Remember to share your work using #logoworkout

A daily challenge

Every day you can come by this website and find a new logo design brief. These are relatively short but reflects some of the most important parts of a real design brief. The design briefs are meant to be used for practice purposes, to learn how to meet specific requirements from a client, like designing for a specific target audience or a certain use case, etc. Like the rest of this website, these briefs are also meant for you to be able to practice on a daily basis and hone your skills to prepare for real clients, or in between clients.

Most websites offering daily design briefs do this by sending them out by email, but I've decided against this, for a couple of reasons. I don't want to force anyone to sign up for anything to be able to use these briefs, and I also don't want to "spam" your inboxes with a new brief every day. Instead, you can come by this website whenever you are up for a new challenge, and eventually, I will implement the possibility to sign up for a daily/weekly/monthly notification, reminding you to come back for new briefs, so you don't forget.

Even though these briefs are short, coming up with them takes time and effort. The goal is to keep adding new briefs regularly, and currently there are 47 unique briefs.