Did you ever think to replace those stock logos? However, and create your very own Zeppelin logos, you will be glad to know that this is indeed possible. In fact, creating your own Zeppelin logos is easier than you think. Thus, in this guide from nit.com.my/blog you will learn how to create your very own Zeppelin logos.
Tutorial: How To Create A Zeppelin Logo
Step 1) – First to create your own Zeppelin logo. You will need a photo editing program like Photoshop (but I used online photo editor lunapic to do my own logo).
Step 2) – When you have a photo editing program installed on your computer you can begin creating your own logo. Before we start, you need to know what is the Zeppelin logo format. Zeppelin logo actually have 8 different images. These 8 different images correspond to how the logo is going to look under different model of iPhone such as 2G, 3G, 3Gs, 4 & 4s.
Step 3) – Now that you understand how the Zeppelin logo format works and you only need one more piece of information to begin creating your Zeppelin logo — what are the dimensions for Zeppelin logos? Luckily we are here to answer to your question below:
- Images with @2x extension: 40px by 40px
- Images without @2x extension: 20px by 20px
Step 4) – Now that you have all the knowledge required to create your Zeppelin logo you can begin.
Resource Pack: If you would like a template for creating your Zeppelin logos to speed things along you will be glad to know nit.com.my has your back. We have created a Zeppelin resource pack that contains a two sets of NIT Zeppelin Logos, and two PSD examples to help get you started. Click here to download the NIT Zeppelin Resource Pack.
Step 5) – After you have finished creating your custom Zeppelin logos you should have 8 images in total (4 duplicate images with an @2x extension and 4 duplicate images without a @2x extension that are 50% smaller than the images with a @2x extension) all saved in a folder corresponding your logo’s name.
Step 6) – What you will need to do next is download a file-system editor program like i-FunBox for your Windows or Mac OS X computer so that you can transfer your Zeppelin logo over to your iPhone, iPod Touch or iPad.
Step 7) – Once you have downloaded and installed a file-system editor program you will simply need to navigate to the following directory:
Congratulations! You have just created your very own custom Zeppelin logos for your iPhone, iPod Touch or iPad..
P.S. Don’t forget! If you would like to download NIT’s Zeppelin Logos you can click here and transfer them over using the same method you used in this tutorial. Also, like this post & share it out! :)