Branding / Logo Design
Your brand identity is what makes you different than the others. I don't believe the "one size fits all" logo theory. Your brand is not only a logo, but also a story. A story that is unique and memorable by others. No two brands are the same in the world. I believe your brand shall fit your business culture, values, and public images. Hence before I draft out any concepts, I listen and try to understand the business. This way I can design a brand that is most suitable for you and your business.
Examples of My Work
A full portfolio is available on my Behance Profile
Frequently Asked Questions
+ What is the design process?
Before we start any designing I will send you a questionnaire form to ask about basically everything about your business. Please read and fill in the form as detailed as possible so I can understand what your business is about and what makes it different. Once the form get returned I will start researching, brainstorming, and sketching for concepts. I will present you with the concepts I have developed and we can have up to 5 rounds of revisions (Generally people only use maximum 3 rounds). After you are happy with everything I will prepare the whole branding package and send you all files required.
+ Why is it only 5 rounds of revisions while others provide unlimited revisions?
I have set an limitation in revisions to avoid client going back and front and changing their ideas all the time. It is very important that there should be only one decision maker in a logo project. A thousand people will have a thousand different opinions, and you should only trust the professional.
+ What are the file formats you will provide me with?
I will provide you with high res JPG file, transparent PNG file, any logo variation JPG file, favicon, original vector source file (AI) both for web and printing and a brand guide line.
+ What is original source file and how are they useful?
The source file is the original vector file (usually in AI, EPS, SVG formats) that allow you (or other designers) to edit/resize the logo without loosing any quality of the image. You can use the source file if you need to print your logo on merchandises such as uniform, mugs, and any office stationary.
+ What is Brand Guide Line?
Brand Guide Line (also known as "style guide" or "brand standards") are a set of rules that explain how you should use your logo in the right way. The information consist in the guideline normally including logo variation, colour specs, typography, protected space, and logo usage.
+ Can I contact you to talk about other type of design work?
Yes of course. I am more than happy to help you for what you need and happy to provide you with a customised quote. Contact me for further information.
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