What should I do?
If you are having difficulty coming up with ideas for designing a logo, there are a few things you can try:
Research: Gather as much information as you can about the company or brand for which you are designing the logo, including its values, mission, target audience, and competitors. This can help you understand the context in which the logo will be used and may inspire ideas for the design.
Brainstorm: Set aside some time to brainstorm and generate as many ideas as you can. Don't worry about the quality of the ideas at this stage – the goal is simply to come up with as many possibilities as possible. You can use a variety of techniques, such as freewriting, mind mapping, or sketching, to help you generate ideas.
Look for inspiration: Look at other logos and design work to get ideas and inspiration. You can also look to nature, art, and other sources of inspiration for ideas.
Experiment: Try sketching out different ideas and playing around with different design elements, such as color, shape, and typography. Don't be afraid to experiment and try out different approaches.
Seek feedback: Show your ideas to others, such as friends or colleagues, and ask for their feedback and suggestions. This can help you get a fresh perspective and identify potential areas for improvement.
I hope these suggestions are helpful. If you continue to have difficulty coming up with ideas for your logo design, you may want to consider working with a professional designer who can bring their expertise and creative ideas to the table.