CHEAP LOGO DESIGN
Was it the word "Cheap" that got your attention? No surprise as an online search of "cheap" returns almost two million results! However a definition of the word should be more important to anyone needing professional logo design; "of inferior quality or worth: cheap workmanship." If you value your business and its image, nothing associated with your brand should be cheap.
5 Point Digital logos are patiently crafted from scratch, not from clip-art. You get a competitive symbol specific to your market space, not a generic stick figure with some curved text. And you get identity branding that has a far better chance of being recognized, while encouraging people to purchase your branded products.
Anyone can add text to clip-art, but this only cheapens the business name associated with it. Professional Logo Design cost more because you get so much more:
- Pick up the phone and have a conversation with your Logo Designer. Cheap logo design is a simple contact form or clunky email exchanges.
- Access to a private and secure online project section. Your logo design assets are stored here, this is where you provide feedback at anytime and keep track of your project. Typically with cheap logo design, anyone can see your project details, including your company name, design concepts, how much you paid, and who is working on your design.
- A Copyright Transfer upon completion of your project. This document is more valuable than the logo design itself because without it, the logo you paid for is not your logo! Cheap logo design doesn't provide a copyright release, meaning the logo designer can easily sue you at anytime for infringing on her/his work.
Looking for professional Logo Design or Logo Repair that includes free personalized service? You're at the right place!
CONCEPTS & REVISIONS
Concept - the first step in the logo design creative process. Using ideas from a conversation with the client or a design brief provided by the client, a logo is created using Adobe Illustrator and/or Photoshop.
Revision - the second stage of the logo design process. If a client is not completely satisfied with the Concept, minor adjustments (color scheme, font-type, etc.) are made at this time while maintaining the overall design.
EARNING CLIENT TRUST ONE LOGO AT A TIME!
Dave wasn't the first choice but he was the only one that called me, instead of just answering my email request to fix our team logo. I sent him all I had, which was a faded version. Not only did he quickly clean it up but he modified it 3 ways for our baseball caps, uniforms and Website.
Hiring Dave at 5 Point Digital was a home run!
Great service, extremely fast turn around, and did a great job of communicating with us every step of the way. I can and will recommend Dave to anyone needing [logo] design services.
I asked Dave to work on a quick logo repair project, and he did a great job. He gave me just what I needed – a few improved versions of our existing logo – and with a quick turnaround. We would definitely consider using his logo design services again.
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