A well-designed logo is an essential part of any company's overall marketing strategy. Every business is unique and our proven process allows us to deliver a logo you will love and can't wait to show off to the world!
The project typically kicks off with a logo evaluation (either in person or virtually) where we look at different logo inspirations, both in your industry and out, to get a sense of your colors and style. Through our discussion, we will work on identifying possible concepts or narrowing down style and elements if you already have a vision in mind.
DESIGN & REVIEW
Once we have a sense of what you are envisioning, we get to designing and work to come up with 2-3 concepts to choose from. We then review the concepts in person or virtually and talk about changes and edits. If possible, we will collaborate during this meeting to make changes in real-time, with hopes of ultimately getting to a final version.
FINALIZE DESIGN & COLORS
Once we have discussed and agreed upon changes and edits, we will have ultimately narrowed down to one overall concept and can work together to fine-tune the colors and finalize the logo design. Once a logo is approved, we will save out a brand standards guide and your logo in several different formats so you are able to market your brand through any media format you desire.
With so many ways to market and promote your business, you will be asked for all types of logo file formats along the way. We know how imperative it is to have a logo that is versatile enough to handle all the requests and make sure that every logo is designed with that in mind!
Great for website headers, banners, business cards and more
Ideal for narrow spaces like door lettering, social media, and more
PDF / AI VERSION
Used for full color printing and helping to keep things consistent
Best file for screen printing on T-shirts and other custom apparel
Logos need to work both in color and in black & white, as well as be versatile enough to fit whatever the media calls for. Each logo below is shown in a Stacked Color version and a smaller Horizontal One-color version to show a glimpse of how they are designed to handle whatever size the media calls for.