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What you get with this Hourlie
After an initial consultation on what your logo is for, we should have established where your logo will be used, what you wish to convey or represent and any preferences in colour or style that I will aim to accommodate.
composition and elements
I'll do some quick sketches* to establish the direction and some conceptual ideas for you to feedback on.
Color and Typography
I'll work up a digital version based on your feedback and add layers of basic colour.
Here we start exploring Lettering and typography.
Feedback & final tweeks.
*About the sketches:
Generally up to 3
may be the same idea expressed in a different composition( layout and shapes),
Or different ideas all together(imagery/concepts),
Or different execution of the same idea (variations of the same imagery,i.e a figure from a top elevation instead of front, a different style of border, a different interaction between elements).
They will normally not include colour, or only very basic colours to help convey an impression.
What the Seller needs to start the work
for the initial consultation I need to know:
What your logo is for, what you wish to convey or represent, any competitors to avoid replicating.
Where your logo will be used, (and if it will be on a busy background, solid color, print, web)
and any preferences in colour or style that I will aim to accommodate.