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Logo Design

Why a custom logo?

Your business cards. Your advertising. They're all a reflection of you and your company.

Properly designed, they communicate to your employees and your customers that your company is credible, trustworthy and professional. Your business image depends on a logo design that is polished and distinctive.

Your logo is the cornerstone of your company image. Not only does a high quality logo show your customers that your business is professional, but it also differentiates you from your competitors and creates a powerful memory in the minds of your customers. When they need your product or service, they'll think of you.

When you are competing for business in a crowded market such as vending, you have to do everything you can to separate yourself from the competition.

A professionally designed logo can give you that instant edge you need to get your company noticed.


Sample Logos

 

Do you want a custom logo design?

Fill out this short form and a representative from our company will contact you.

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General Overview

 
What is the exact name in the logo you are looking for?
The logo will be for my...
Do you want a tag line in your logo?
What is the nature of your organization or what target area do you focus on?
If you currently have a website, what is the link?
Describe the products/services your business/organization offers.
How do you want people to see your business/organization?


Let us know your ideas and styles

Are there any letters in your organization name that stand out to you?

For example a client named Rose Petals might want us to play on the letters "RP" in their name.

Does your business/organization have any colors that it presently uses in its branding or identity?
Using colors, list 2-4 colors that you feel work well within your business or organization.
Are there any colors that you strongly dislike and would like us to avoid using?
Describe your organization in 6 words.
When you think of your logo or business/organization presence, do you see your logo being more of an icon style or typographic?
Any other instructions?