How to export your SVG file

When you're ready to create your logo using the Logo Maker, you'll need to upload your logo design as an SVG file.
After your logo symbol has been imported, your first design will be created automatically.
Keep in mind that each design is accompanied by default text for the Brand Name and Slogan.

Let's go over all of the specific requirements you'll need to fulfill in order to best optimize your logo designs.
Before you upload an SVG file, make sure to review our SVG file guidelines.

Exporting your Logo as SVG

To save your logo as SVG in Adobe Illustrator:

1. Click File > Save as > SVG

2. Select Use Artboards if you’d like to export the contents of your artboards as one individual SVG file.

Note: If the Use Artboards checkbox is left unchecked, the SVG file's viewport will be set by the combined bounds of all the objects in the document.

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3. In the SVG options, deselect all checkboxes under Advanced Options.

4. Your SVG is now ready to be exported. Click OK and export your file.

Note: Don't reopen the SVG file in Illustrator after exporting. If you'd like to edit it further, open the original Illustrator (.ai) document and export it as an SVG file again.

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Adobe: An alternative method to export your logo as SVG

As some of the latest Adobe program versions do not work optimally, you may be having problems uploading your SVG file using the first method. The method below is an alternative and we encourage you to try it out!
Learn more with Adobe's tutorial

 

1. Click on File > Export > Export for screens.
2. Click on the Assets tab and then on the Assets Export Panel button. new_one.png
3. Drag the content that you would like to export into the "Asset Export" window that opened.
You can also access the "Assets Export" window through the "Windows" tab at the top of the menu.
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4. Choose the format in which you would like to export (in this case, choose SVG).

5. Click the Export button, located at the bottom.
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