Logo Design with B Creative
Contact B Creative
Shoot us an email or give us a call – then depending on your time commitments, meet up for a chat or simply converse via email or phone to discuss your Logo requirements.
After the brief we work on three designs for your consideration. We then continue to work on the design until you are totally happy with your logo.
Once the design is complete we supply you with the logo in all different file types and a specifications sheet.
Below is a a list of what we will discuss at the initial consult:
- Your Company. Name, tagline or slogan, size, is there a unique story.
- Your Services. Products your sell or the service your provide.
- Competitors. What makes you stand out from your competition.
- Clients. What do they care about, what do they want, how do they find you.
- Feel. What words do you want your clients to associate with your company?
- Design. Your preferences – likes and dislikes, expectations.
- Colours. Your preferred colour scheme.
Below is a a list of what to expect from the design process:
- Design. We brainstorm – any idea that comes to mind is sketched out. We keep in mind that a logo is a symbol it is not meant to tell a story but be a visual element that complements your company.
- The artwork. The designs are build with Adobe Illustrator – this means the logo is vector and can be enlarged to any size.
- Colour. With the design in progress different combinations of colours are applied
- Typeface. Numerous typefaces are tried to get the right feel.
- Presenting. We choose our three favourite designs and work them for different applications – ie: on a black background, on a business card, in a website header, in single colour.
What to expect:
- Artwork. The logo will be supplied to you in .jpg, .eps, .ai, .pdf, .png file types.
- Artwork Variations. Variations of the logo – ie: single colour, horizontal or vertical layouts, on solid backgrounds will also be supplied in all file types as above.
- Logo Specifications. A specification sheet is supplied which outlines all elements of the logo – Fonts used, all colours with their PMS, CMYK, RGB and Web breakdowns, space to leave around the logo, smallest size the logo should be used and examples of how the logo can be adapted to different circumstances – ie: when it can be used horizontally and the breakdown of using it in greyscale.