How much does a logo cost?
Logo update: You have an existing logo that has outdated fonts and the overall look needs some “sprucing” up. You don’t need new concepts, but instead, a more streamlined look that keeps your current brand. Maybe you have your logo sketched out exactly how you want it, but just need it digitized. Starting at $225
Logo Design: You don’t have a design and you need brand new concepts and designs from scratch to create your perfect logo. We do the branding research and come up with a unique, customized design just for you. $300-$500
CONSULTATION: We will determine your objectives and design preferences. You can submit any images and text you'd like to use for your project.
CONTRACT: Accept the Terms & Services and submit via E-signature.
DRAFT: Proposed design(s) prepared and submitted for your review. We will email you a draft copy of the project.
REVISIONS: You will get up to three revision cycles to suggest changes or adjustments. After every cycle, revised designs will be completed for your review. (For additional revision cycles, you will be billed at a rate of $50/hour in 15-minute increments.)
FINAL: After you approve the final design, we will email you the high-resolution files.
What is a Branding Guide?
All businesses have a brand, whether it’s been consciously constructed or has simply developed over time. Branding guides, sometimes called style guides or brand guidelines, are an essential part of an effective marketing strategy. It is basically a document that guides employees and designers on how different elements of the business should be used.
How much does it cost?
Depending on the complexity, Branding Guides will be $150-$300. Contact us with the scope of the project for a personalized quote.
What's included in the guide?
Logos usage – Including the correct colors, sizes, alternative logos, etc.
Fonts – Including the look and sizes of headers & body text
Color pallets – Specific colors should be used in online and print materials. We'll include all of these colors, as well as their color codes.
Other – Additional styles, images, backgrounds, etc.