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How To Choose A Logo Designer
A well-designed logo is probably one of the most important issues when it comes to design your corporate identity. The logo has to be describable, memorable, scalable and effective without color.
To fulfill these criterias is a quite hard task to accomplish which is why you need a professional logo designer to save your time and achieve best results up front. However, the choice of really good designers is quite time-consuming. What should you keep in mind in making your choice?
The strength of the logo design portfolio
Perhaps the most important of all aspects, when choosing a logo designer, is how good their past logos are. Don’t be fooled into thinking that just because a website contains hundreds of logos, that the company showing them is actually worth spending money on. What’s more important in a portfolio, 100 mediocre logo designs or 5 / 10 excellent ones?
How does the logo designer communicate?
With the growth of the online logo design industry, it’s becoming much less common for a client to meet face-to-face with their designer. So just how will you be communicating about your important project?
Before any money changes hands, be sure about the communication process, and how available your designer is across different timezones.
Who better to tell you about a particular logo designer than their previous clients? Sometimes a portfolio can tell you all you need to know, but even then, wouldn’t it be nice to read what other people think of your prospective designer?
When we finish a project for a client, we make sure to ask for a testimonial. There hasn’t been one occasion where a recommendation was refused.
Questions a logo designer asks
It’s impossible to design a logo that works, without answers. Questions that should be asked revolve around company history, the target market, what sets the business apart, the company goals, the service or product offered to name few.
Make sure you communicate with the designer about your requirements before commencing with the work.
The logo design process
What do you know about how your designer works? What steps are taken before and after a logo design has been chosen? Will you receive the file types needed for both print and web, at any size of reproduction?
Timeframe for project completion
Good logo design takes time. A logo designer can’t simply jump in front of their computer, type your company name, add an icon and send the file. You should expect a quality outcome to take at least three days, and don’t forget any possible revisions that may be required.
For more information on the above you can contact Web Design Works consultants for FREE consultation to help design your corporate identity that set your apart from your competition