Design a refined logo and take time for revisions, NO 9-5 LOGO!

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What you get with this Hourlie

Why I do not offer a logo in a day!

Your logo is the most visibly important identifier of your brand. That’s why it’s critical that you take the proper time to invest in its creation.

The “in by 9, out by 5” logo: logo designs in a few hours
It’s difficult (and lucky) to conceptualize, design and refine an idea in just a few hours. If a design has only taken a few hours, you’re likely looking at a concept that needs to be thought through, especially considering all of the possible applications such as a website, business card, mobile device, t-shirt, banners, advertisement or embroidered apparel.

The possible logo: logo designs that require a few days.
Now we’re getting warmer. After a few days, ideas based on impulse have been ruled out and enough time for review has been invested so that valid designs begin blossoming into something more real. Within a few days of working on the logo, it’s likely that a variety of fonts or letter characters have been explored as well as varied color combinations.

I design a logo as per your specification and deliver the finished product within 5 days.
the work process:
1. client briefing
2. creating 3 Mock-Ups with 3 different concepts
3. client picks one design
4. finishing of the chosen design
5. delivery of files

* logo design that takes several weeks
For most companies and smaller businesses, several weeks is more commonly required in order to arrive at a great logo design. This timeline takes into account realistic day-to-day workloads and the probability that the required level of research has been conducted at the beginning of the project. The logo designer likely has tried many combinations of typefaces, colors, shapes and icons and collaborated with the creative team about the design. Designs have been on exhibit around the office, modified and “lived with” for a while so that only the strong will survive.

What the Seller needs to start the work

- company name
- company description
- company URL for research
- your inspiration: photos, sketches, written notes of what you would you logo like to be
- colour specification in RGB or CMYC code/ or as per website