Logo Design
Written by Keith Fletcher
Monday, 06 June 2011 21:18
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Importance of a Logo for your Business

In business, your logo determines how you are portrayed to the outside world. Therefore it is important to have a logo that reflects the nature and values of your business. It must portray a sense of stability and professionalism while maintaining a strength that sets it apart from the crowd. Having a professionally designed logo is a wise investment for the successful future of any business.

Logo Design Services

Option 1: Budget Package - Hourly Rate - $120+
Exists for clients who have a preconceived idea of what they want for a logo and how it might look. Artwork is charged at an hourly rate ($60/hr) with most projects taking around 2-3 hrs. Clients must present a brief prior to commencement of the project at which stage a more exact quotation can be given.

Option 2: Basic Package - $220
Exists for clients who are not sure what they would like to see as their logo. They may have some ideas about colour, style or image but nothing solid. Clients may or may not complete a questionnaire to guide their design. A company’s branding, image and positioning are taken into account and then clients are presented with 1 conceptual idea with a maximum of 3 proofs/retakes. If more work is required clients are charged at a normal rate of $60/hr

Option 3: Premium Package - $420
Exists for clients who do not know what they want to see as their logo. A company’s branding, image and positioning are taken into account and then clients are presented with 3 conceptual ideas. From there we work towards the final product with a maximum of 4 more proofs/retakes included in the package. If more work is required clients are charged at a normal rate of $60/hr


Copyright Registration

Following the completion of your logo design, it may be sensible to register the logo and copyright it to ensure your identity is safe from copycats looking to take a free ride on your investment.

*** Please note that all payments are required up front in order to commence a project ***

Last Updated on Thursday, 07 July 2011 03:43