Hitting the right note with your company’s logo, as anyone who has built a company from the ground up will tell you, is a hugely important factor. Choosing the right company logo design has not only become more important than ever but also more challenging due to the sheer volume of logos out there and the ever vital need for originality.
Why do I need a professionally designed logo?
A company logo needs to be instantly recognisable to both your current and prospective clients. This means that a logo design, which reflects your business’ area of expertise, is a must. In addition, a logo must have the capacity to communicate what your company is all about, not only its products and services but also its personality, mission and values. This is the essence of building a successful brand.
We are based in Northampton and have created many bespoke logos for companies hailing from an array of sectors. Contact us today to discuss your logo design requirements.
It's an attention-grabber
A well designed logo quickly grab viewers’ attention and communicates your core values.
It gives you brand consistency
Once your logo has been designed, it can be used across your website, social media channels and business cards.
It makes you look serious
A high quality logo design portrays a professional image for you and your business, giving your clients peace of mind.
It makes you stand out
Competition is fierce these days, and a professional logo will help set your business apart from the crowd.
Logo Design Cost: £450
At Nerve, we have a fixed cost for our logo design service. Our logo design service includes:
- Three custom logo design concepts with rationale
- Unlimited amendments at each design stage
- Final logo supplied in ai, eps, pdf, png, jpeg and psd digital formats
- Full usage and copyright transferred to the client on the final design
A professionally designed logo can support a company’s brand positioning for well over 10 years. So, if you’re serious about setting up a company, or rebranding an existing business, it pays to get your branding designed professionally and correctly first time.
Logo Design FAQ:
How long will it take to design my logo?
Turnaround time for a brand new logo design typically takes around 2 weeks depending on our workloads at the time you confirm that you would like us to go ahead. This can sometimes be a bit faster, or a bit longer, but we will confirm a lead time with you when you book. You can read about our logo design process here.
How many logos will I get?
Following our initial consultation, you will be sent three logo options based upon what we have discussed. From there, you can choose one of these concepts and have as many amendments made to it as you like.
How many changes can I make?
One you have decided on one of the three concept designs, you can make as many changes as you like. This is obviously within reason, and it usually takes no more than three or four revisions to get to a final logo.
Who will own the copyright to my logo?
You will! Upon completion of your logo project, full copyright is transferred to you. The only thing we ask is that we are allowed to use your logo design in our portfolio.
What do I get once I've agreed on the final logo?
You will be supplied your logo in a variety of formats- we try to cover most bases with this, such as supplying your logo in vector format, full colour, all black, all white. As an optional add-on, we can also create your social media graphics so you can use your logo on your social media channels right away!
Logo Design Articles
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