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What you get with this Hourlie
I will supply 2-3 concepts for you to choose from. From there I will perfect the concept of choice for you.
I've been designing for around 13 years now and have worked for brands in all kinds of industries. I've uploaded a small sample of my work but if you'd like to see more or something specific, just ask. I've worked with household brand names I can even consult you on the best direction for design in your company / brand. I will help you develop a core brand message and convert that into a stunning logo that communicates not only your service / product but also conveys your brand's personality and ethos.
I design clean, modern and minimalist logos that truly stand the test of time. The last thing you want is a logo that looks dated in a few years. Your logo is key to building your brand identity and is the first thing most customers will see. For that reason I believe a logo should be crafted to perfection and be something you're proud of. It should look great on a business card, website and any other material. Achieving this isn't always easy but by applying creative thinking and experience to the project I'm able to deliver a logo / brand that you can be truly proud to display to your potential clients.
As an extra (see below) I can also supply you with brand elements such as colour palettes, typography styles, fonts and logo usage guide as part of the price.
I can also deliver a full branding option, to see what this consists of follow the link to view the PDF. https://www.scribd.com/document/330098549/Source-Lab-Brand-Guidelines?secret_password=VKscTiwYtkD4lFy29b3c
If you have any questions or would like something that I've not listed, just ask! I'm very flexible.
What the Seller needs to start the work
A clear brief (I can help you develop this as part of the brand consultancy extra).
If possible ,links to styles or logos you like. If you want something like a logo I've already done then just ask and I may be able to do this for a lower price.
Please be as clear as possible. Once you've agreed on the brief there can be no major changes. Minor adjustments are fine of course.