Hello, beautiful visitor! I’m stoked that you’re here and that you’re considering hiring me as your next logo designer. I would like to introduce you the way I work and what to expect when hiring me. We can be great together!
I give brands a meaningful visual value
I design logos that stand out in the crowd
I believe that there is always a great story behind a brand and I am helping my clients to tell their story to the world. But I need information to tell the story. That means that I will ask you questions and I will be pretty curious. We need to find and define the core values (a centre in other words) of your company.
Once I become familiar with your business and once we define the values I can start designing a meaningful visual value that will represent your brand. Here you can read a little bit more about my logo design process.
This is what you get at the end of the project
File formats and colours
1. CMYK version
Every printed document is made out of four basic colours: Cyan, Magenta, Yellow and Black (CMYK). I will provide a CMYK vector and raster version of your logo to make it easy for you to use for printing. You can use this logo version in professional design softwares as well as in office based softwares such as MS Word and MS Powerpoint.
2. Pantone colour version
These files are ideal for print/textile production with limited colours. This version will be provided in both vector and raster format.
3. RGB version
All digital colours are created by combining three wavelengths of light spectrum: Red Green and Blue. These colours can be much brighter and more intense than anything we can create with printed inks. This version will be provided in both vector and raster format.
4. Pure black version
This is a black-white variant of your logo which is perfect for single colour documents. I will provide a vector and raster format of this version of your logo.
5. Pure white version
If you want to use your logo on a dark picture or on a dark background a white version is the best choice for you. Your logo will be provided in both vector and raster format.
Favicon an icon associated with a particular website, typically displayed in the address bar of a browser accessing the site or next to the site name in a user’s list of bookmarks. I will provide you a 16×16 favicon of your logo for your web.
7. A pdf logo user guide
This is a basic document that will help you and other designers to use your logo.
Does this sound interesting to you?
Do you have any questions or do you want to start your new logo project right away with me? Feel free to contact me.