A good logo is integral to your business, as it is a representation of your brand and company.
For a logo to be effective it needs to simple, memorable and unique.
A logo will define your brand and reflect your corporate colours and style. A cheap ‘clipart style’ logo which several people are already using will not allow you to achieve this.
The unifying goal of our logo design and branding services is straight forward and simple: “Setting your business apart from the crowd.”
We ensure that every client receives one-on-one attention and the level of excellence they deserve. It does not matter whether you own a small business or you are founder of a big start-up, we give you the attention you deserve. Big or small, whatever your needs are, our aim is to surpass your expectations.
We commence your projects by getting vital information about you, who you are, what you do, what you need and what you envision. We connect every dot together to deliver amazing results. You only need to set the ball rolling by giving us an idea of what’s on your mind and we handle the rest for you.
We can also take a look at your current branding and let you know what and where it’s lacking, where you can improve, and some tips on strategy.
There is no doubt that the visual impact of excellent and outstanding logo and brand design in every marketing resource is important to the success of any person, business or organisation.
We put our creativity to action to inspire excellence in your business representation. We provide graphic design services, logo design, print, business card, label and letterhead for businesses around the globe!
A logo needs to represent your company for years to come without looking outdated.
A logo should be scalable. It needs to look great on something as small as business card and something as big as a large advertising banner. A logo needs to be professionally designed in a vector format so that it can be scaled to any size without any loss of quality.
A logo must be appropriate for it’s intended audience. Using a ‘child like’ font might be appropriate for a children’s toy store, but no so great for a solicitors firm.