Your Small Business Needs a Big Introduction
During my initial conversations with any small business owner looking to get a website, one of the first questions I ask is “Do you have a logo for your business?” The reason for this is, I want to ensure that the website compliments the logo – the style, colors, even the audience it is meant to speak to. Your small business brand starts with your logo – this is not the place to skimp on quality or cut corners. Your logo is the cornerstone for your small business’s brand identity so make it count with a great logo design.
When I design your logo, I utilize all the information that you provide in my Logo Design Inquiry form. This is crucial in capturing all the elements and concepts to define what your small business represents. As you can imagine, having options is always a plus, especially when you are giving someone else your vision. Because of this, my logo design process includes me providing you five to eight different concepts of your logo design vision – this way you, your close friends, family and business associates (it’s always good to have a few sets of eyes to get first impressions) have a lot of visual data to make this important decision.
Once you have finalized your logo, you will receive you vector images and design elements either via secure download or on a physical flash drive (the choice is yours). This vector image can be used to promote your brand on an ink pen, mug and polo or a vehicle wrap, billboard or private jet – the possibilities are endless.