It's time to start branding
You need a logo
A logo is the building block for all of your marketing efforts. From your letterhead, business cards to your social media and website.
A well-designed logo can communicate who you are and even your brand's values.
I help your ideas become a reality with clean, modern, and professional designs.
Let's talk about your concept
Communicating your ideas for a logo
You probably know how important a logo is for your business. It is probably the first thing you started to think about after your business name.
Does this sound like you?
- You have a general idea of what you’re looking for in a logo.
- You know the colors you would like incorporated.
- Maybe you’ve tried to sketch it out a few times on the back of an envelope.
- You know you want it to have a certain feeling.
I can help you turn that idea sketched on the back of an envelope into a finished design. When your logo is finished you will have what you need to get business cards, social media pages, and your website all clearly branded.
Meet comfortably from
Your own home
We can meet via Zoom video conferencing or over the phone to discuss your logo design. After you fill out the five-minute form, I will contact you to schedule a meeting.
You can send me photos of your designs, concepts, or even other logos that inspire you.
I will ask you questions about what you like and dislike in order to come up with the first round of drafts for the logo. I will send you several initial designs to start the conversation. We can then narrow down what you like and dislike from there.
Let's make your idea digital!
Every design comes with
The most common file types
At the end of the project, you will receive the most common file types. You will receive a Google Drive link to all of your logo design files.
You will have the files you need to:
- Print business cards
- Design posters
- Create a billboard
- Place an ad in the paper
- Use on social media
- Brand your website
Want a cheat sheet about which file type is the best for your project? Check out my recent blog posts about different file types.