Logo Package

 

+ Research

Through questionnaires and online research, we whittle down all the ideas and information regarding your business into one well-defined problem. Then we craft a solution through the style, colors, fonts and imagery which is your visual brand. The way we gauge whether we like a design or not isn’t via a beauty contest or popular opinion but whether it best addresses those pre-defined goals.

+ Logo Design

I love designing logos. This is your business’ first impression and longterm identity all wrapped in one. But don’t misunderstand me – The same way you wouldn’t introduce yourself with your name, age, address, likes, dislikes and who you voted for president (what’s wrong with that?), neither should your logo say every little detail about your business. Your logo needs to communicate the top 1 or 2 qualities which either define or differentiate you as a business.
Logos should also be responsive. There is a myriad of environments your logos find themselves in today, from websites to social media, to business cards and banners. Not every logo I create can have a horizontal, circular and vertical layout but as much as the logo lends itself to these iterations I always aim to create you the most adaptable logo possible which fits your brand.

+ Logo Overview [PDF]

We’ll send you a guide which outlines your visuals, how to use them and what things to do with your brand.

$1,200

 

 

Brand Suite

 

+ Research

Through questionnaires and online research, we whittle down all the ideas and information regarding your business into one well-defined problem. Then we craft a solution through the style, colors, fonts and imagery which is your visual brand. The way we gauge whether we like a design or not isn’t via a beauty contest or popular opinion but whether it best addresses those pre-defined goals.

+ Logo Design

I love designing logos. This is your business’ first impression and longterm identity all wrapped in one. But don’t misunderstand me – The same way you wouldn’t introduce yourself with your name, age, address, likes, dislikes and who you voted for president (what’s wrong with that?), neither should your logo say every little detail about your business. Your logo needs to communicate the top 1 or 2 qualities which either define or differentiate you as a business.
Logos should also be responsive. There is a myriad of environments your logos find themselves in today, from websites to social media, to business cards and banners. Not every logo I create can have a horizontal, circular and vertical layout but as much as the logo lends itself to these iterations I always aim to create you the most adaptable logo possible which fits your brand.

+ Visual Suite

These are all the other unique visuals which go into your brand identity. Your visual suite can include a sub-mark of your logo or a pattern, a color palette with defined primary and secondary colors, recommended fonts, illustration or photographic styling, shapes, badges, or other brand elements.

+ Collateral Items

These are layout based pieces which match your unique brand. These items help you quickly incorporate your new brand identity into your business. You may choose up to 5 items.

Print Collateral

Examples are: business cards, letterhead, postcards, t-shirt layout, etc. These are designed then exported into print ready digital files.

Online Collateral

Social media banner, profile image, Online Ad layout, etc. These are set to the appropriate dimensions for the chosen applications.

+ Brand Overview [PDF]

We’ll send you a guide which outlines your visuals, how to use them and what things to do with your brand.

$2,400

  

Brand Suite + Website

 

+ Research

Through questionnaires and online research, we whittle down all the ideas and information regarding your business into one well-defined problem. Then we craft a solution through the style, colors, fonts and imagery which is your visual brand. The way we gauge whether we like a design or not isn’t via a beauty contest or popular opinion but whether it best addresses those pre-defined goals.

+ Logo Design

I love designing logos. This is your business’ first impression and longterm identity all wrapped in one. But don’t misunderstand me – The same way you wouldn’t introduce yourself with your name, age, address, likes, dislikes and who you voted for president (what’s wrong with that?), neither should your logo say every little detail about your business. Your logo needs to communicate the top 1 or 2 qualities which either define or differentiate you as a business.
Logos should also be responsive. There is a myriad of environments your logos find themselves in today, from websites to social media, to business cards and banners. Not every logo I create can have a horizontal, circular and vertical layout but as much as the logo lends itself to these iterations I always aim to create you the most adaptable logo possible which fits your brand.

+ Visual Suite

These are all the other unique visuals which go into your brand identity. Your visual suite can include a sub-mark of your logo or a pattern, a color palette with defined primary and secondary colors, recommended fonts, illustration or photographic styling, shapes, badges, or other brand elements.

+ Collateral Items

These are layout based pieces which match your unique brand. These items help you quickly incorporate your new brand identity into your business. You may choose up to 5 items.

Print Collateral

Examples are: business cards, letterhead, postcards, t-shirt layout, etc. These are designed then exported into print ready digital files.

Online Collateral

Social media banner, profile image, Online Ad layout, etc. These are set to the appropriate dimensions for the chosen applications.

+ Brand Overview [PDF]

We’ll send you a guide which outlines your visuals, how to use them and what things to do with your brand.

$4,800

 

Branding Forms:

These are meant to help you, not to intimidate you. Fill out how much you can & whatever you’re stuck on we’ll talk about later. The first form “Contact Info” is pretty much what you would expect. “Project Specifics” is just for me to familiarize myself with your business & what sort of branding pieces you are needing. The last form, “Vision for Business” deals more with the future goals & marketing.