Logo Design Guru Review

Learn about Logo Design Guru logo design services for small businesses. Includes info on Logo Design Guru, free trials, pricing, customer reviews, and FAQs.

Updated on December 11th, 2019

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Logo Design Guru offers crowdsourced logo design services for businesses. Logo Design Guru offers a selection of design packages for logo, website, stationery, and brochure design as well as SEO and printing services.




Cool Breeze (Logo + Stationery)


Gale Force (Logo + Stationery + Brochure)


Trade Wind (Logo + Stationery + Web Design)


Mycroburst (Logo + Stationery + Complete Web Design + Brochure)


Single Services Rock - Logo / Monogram

Starting at $199.00

Single Services Rock - Website / Interactive

Starting at $350.00

Single Services Rock - Brochure / Flyers

Starting at $199.00

Single Services Rock Other Designs

Starting at $150.00

Logo Design Guru

Pros: Clients receive an average of 100 logo concepts. Option to invite specific designers to submit concepts.

Cons: No refund for guaranteed projects, regardless of client satisfaction.

Bottomline: Good option for businesses looking for a selection of custom designs.

Key Information:

Parent Company

Guru Corporation, Inc.


Zaheer Dodhia




Trenton, New Jersey

Number of Employees



Zaheer Dodhia


1670 Whitehorse – Hamilton Square Road, Suite 3, Hamilton, NJ

Phone number

1 (877) 525-5646




What does Logo Design Guru cost?

Logo Design Guru's plans range from $199.00 to $1,173.00.

Is there a Logo Design Guru free trial?

No, Logo Design Guru does not offer a free trial.

Customer Reviews:

Jeff Webber

Reviewed: Dec 29, 2011

Source: Built in Chicago

We used LogoDesignGuru to come up with a new logo. I was very happy with the experience and results. In five days we had over 100 design submissions and we will officially select our winner on Friday. I think it’s pretty cool.


Reviewed: Dec 17, 2013

Source: Reddit

I've used logo design guru, and if your standards are pretty low - it's alright. You'll get a bunch of logos that are professional-ish but kinda bland. I wouldn't use LDG again. It's worth spending the extra on something that will be the main way your business is branded.