Logo Design – How it works

Step 1: Design Specs & Details

This is where the excitement really starts! Once you have spoke to your designer on what you’re looking for, your designer will go through a brief questionnaire to better understand what it is you are looking for.  Answering these questions gives us a broad overview of your business and allows us to develop design specifications for your logo. From it, we will gain a valuable insight into your product or service, your visual style and color preferences and the sorts of areas where you will utilize your new logo.


Step 2: Design Concepts

Concept logos are basic designs from which you may choose a particular style to explore further.  You will see your first set of concept logos in just 3-5 days!    If you would like to see more, just let us know!  We will continue to design concept logos until you are 100% satisfied.  This way we can ensure that the final product you receive is exactly what your looking for!


Step 3: Unlimited Design Revisions

Congratulations! You have found a design that suits your needs. During this step, we fine-tune and perfect your logo until it is exactly how you want it to look.  At this stage, your input is not only welcomed, but vital.You might find one of these versions is exactly what you want but, if you feel aspects of these designs like layout, color, size and font are not quite as you would like, let us know. We will continue tweaking and polishing the design until you are totally satisfied with the finished product!

Each set of revisions takes no longer than two business days to complete and we will happily keep revising until you are absolutely thrilled.


Step 4: Delivery

You have the super logo and now it is time to put it to work! As soon as you finalize your new logo, we will begin formatting it for immediate download.
We provide all the most popular file formats:

  • .jpg, .png, .bmp, .tif, .gif and vector(.ai) and more.

With these formats, you will be able to utilize your new logo in applications like letter heads, business cards, websites, Microsoft Office, email signatures, signs, billboards, vehicle graphics, promotional products and more.