Based upon the standard method for logo
With this method you will
receive five different completed logo design concepts based upon the
specifications that you indicate in the order form. You will then choose
one for the final design. You may then request up to 3 hours of
alterations to your chosen design at no additional cost. Every hour after
the first three is billable at $50 per hour.
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different approach to logo design.
The standard method of logo design
within the graphics industry is to design 5 different logos for the client
to choose from. While this may be fine for companies that have a large
budget, those on a limited budget are forced to pay for 4 designs that
they know that they will be throwing away.
I decided to make it affordable
for my clients to get top quality, custom designed logos by not requiring them to purchase
5 designs. Instead, I can sell you logo designs one at a time for $200 each
instead of 5 for a $1000. If you like the first design, then you just
saved $800. If you like the first design, but would like to make some
minor changes you pay only for the changes at $50 per hour (usually one or
two hours). If you want to try an entirely new design, then it is another
$200, but it is up to you. With this method I have created hundreds of
logos and my clients are happy because they get great designs at a fraction
of the industry standard cost!
Design for less.
is a semi-custom method for those who are looking for a sharp looking
graphic for use as a logo or page banner etc., but don't need the full
treatment of a custom design. You choose up to two colors and instead
of custom creating all of the graphics, I will choose a piece of clipart
from my clipart library for the graphical element and together with an
appropriate font, I will design a 3D look logo style graphic for you.
not included, but may be requested at an additional cost.
A logo for the purposes of
this ordering method is limited to text, for example, a company or
organization name, and one or at most, two graphical elements (except in
the case of the budget method which is limited to text and a single
graphical element). Anything beyond this will be considered an
illustration and will be priced under the pricing guidelines of an
illustration. Alterations are deemed billable if a change is requested to
the design that was not originally indicated on the order form.