I will help you visually express business or brand’s identity by creating a logo for you.
It is essential for your business or brand to have a logo that represents you or company’s name. An eye-catching logo will also attract new customers and will also help you stand out from your competition.
My design process when it comes to logo design is straightforward, and I always ensure that my client’s logo is timeless, memorable, targeted, appropriate, versatile, distinct, and most importantly simple.
Starting from £400
Phase I: Research
Before any actual creative work begins, I will conduct extensive background research about your brand via my thorough and incisive online questionnaire to understand your goals, audience needs, and project expectations. Also, I will conduct market, customer and competitive research to gather additional insight. Once my research is complete, I will provide a creative brief to summarise the results of my inquiries and outline the project, along with a detailed project schedule to ensure on-time delivery.
Phase II: Design
When my analysis is complete and you are on board with the initial concepts, design work begins. I keep your communication needs and priorities at the core of every design decision – from colours to image selection to font styles. Typically, I explore several different creative approaches before drawing in on my main creative ideas. Based on your feedback, I evolve these creative approaches into comprehensive design directions. As part of this process, I will deliver at least three creative concepts for your evaluation.
Phase III: Implementation
After you select your preferred creative direction, design execution will begin. I will work with you to select images and gather copies for the final design pieces. I produce draft outputs for your review and make sure that your input is reflected before any piece goes into production. When your quality standards (and mine) are achieved, I prepare your design pieces for final production. I will collaborate closely with any third-party vendors (such as printers) to make sure that the finished product meets your expectations.
Phase IV: Evaluation
After the design is complete, I will follow up with you to assess the outcome of the project. I am keen to hear not only your insights on my process and designs but also any feedback you have received from your audiences. If desired, I can work with you to develop data-gathering tools, such as customer surveys – to collect insight from your target audiences.