Logo Design

Your logo essentially becomes the face of your business. Proper brand identity can help potential clients choose your business over others by clearly designating what you offer and the quality of product or service that your company offers. We would go as far as saying your logo can make or break you. Do you want to fall into the crowd and be forgotten or be remembered when your customers need what you do best?

We regularly design logos for brands from all walks of life, across all business niche markets. Solve Design Create prides itself in bringing your vision to life. Countless past clients have told us that the finished product was exactly what they envisioned, some have even been brought to tears. We want to design a logo for you that you are proud of and more importantly that your customers want to buy from.
The biggest difference between us and other designers is that we design your logo and branding live with you via a zoom session. Work directly with a Photoshop and illustrator expert, find the exact presentation that you strive for your business to project. By doing this we find that we are able to quickly Intuit and work with you in creating exactly what you are looking for to make your brand stand out.
Our typical logo design sessions help to find both the visual elements and stylings that are simple enough when they are used for a profile picture, a business card, your merchandise, or seen going down the road – to immediately invoke your Brand’s vision and message. Some logo designers will not provide full source files, and this is just wrong – we provide variations for light and dark backgrounds, transparent variations, vectorized versions and anything else are branding and identity clients could need. Many clients will also have a set them up with a social media dressing package, or a print dressing package including letterhead, business cards, banners, car graphics and more.

What Makes a Good Logo Design?

A good logo design has several key components. These components include design simplicity, relevance, and placement of elements. The more complex the logo, the less likely it is to be successful. A simple and effective design can serve as a solid foundation for a brand. It should be timeless. If it is too complex, it will not stand the test of time.

Components of a good logo design

When it comes to designing a logo, many factors should be taken into consideration. The overall quality and consistency of the design must be preserved. It is also important to set guidelines for use and application of the logo. Some of these guidelines include the size of the logo and its color.

Placement of elements

The placement of elements in a good logo design is critical for success. In television commercials, for example, logos that are too small will not be readable. The placement of the elements should complement each other. The typeface and graphic device in a logo should complement each other, too.

Relevance

When choosing a logo design, consider the importance of relevance. Your logo should be relevant to your business and align with your positioning. In addition, it should be easily understood by your target audience. In order to create a successful logo design, it is vital to seek the help of a professional. In most cases, non-professional individuals cannot create a successful logo. Professional logo design services can help you design an effective logo for your business at a reasonable price.

Simple design

Logos that are simple to recognize and understand are often the most memorable. Simple design can be achieved by focusing on the color scheme and fonts, and can communicate a brand’s personality in the most direct way possible. Although there are exceptions, the most effective logo designs are those that are easy to remember and use a minimal number of elements.

Handwritten typography

If you want to make your logo stand out from the crowd, handwritten typography is a great option. This type of typography is different from other types of typefaces. It evokes a sense of warmth and homeliness. It also conveys a sense of respect, traditionality, and stability. You can also use handwritten typography to convey a welcoming and warm message.

Analogueous complementary color scheme

A logo design should have an analogous complementary color scheme. This type of color scheme pairs the main color with two colors located next to it on the color wheel. When used together, the colors create a color scheme that’s easy to read and appealing to the eye. In addition to being easy on the eyes, an analogous complementary color scheme works well for a variety of reasons.

We want you to love looking at your new logo as much as we love designing it with you. The best part about our job is that we get to be creative everyday. It’s very rewarding when we can help ignite the passion that led you to originally starting the business, but nothing beats when our clients tell us that their customers love their new branding. If you are ready to take your brand to the next level and give it the love that it deserves book a solution session today.