After talking with you about your custom logo design, we will come up with 4-6 unique design concepts. We will send those concepts to you in what we call a style panel. Your style panel will have options labeled with corresponding numbers or letters. These will help both of us in the creative design process.


You can refer to the corresponding letters and numbers when customizing your logo design. For example, you might like the font in A with the design in B, but you really like the colors in D. (Poor C…it feels a little left out.) This process will help to begin whittling down your design to the perfect logo for your brand.

And we understand that sometimes you just need to see something to know if you like it or not. That’s why we offer two design revisions included in your logo price.

It happens way too often that we hear about clients not having their file formats, so they can’t print anything in high quality. We believe in setting you up for success with your branding. So we deliver to you via Dropbox all logo file formats your brand will ever need.

CMYK: Color range specifically used for printing
Examples of use: Business Cards, Brochures, Rack Cards, Specialty Printing & Apparel

RGB: Color range specifically used for the web
Examples of use: Email, Social Media, Websites & anything on your screen

You paid for it. You own it.
EPS: A vector formatted file used for large scale printing
PDF: A high-quality file used for printing
PNG: Higher quality than a JPG with a transparent background
JPG: Used for social media
SOCIAL MEDIA FILES: JPG & PNG sized to 1080×1080 pixels

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