Logo Designer – London
What makes a great logo?
It’s important to understand that a logo on its own is not a brand identity, just part of it. It must symbolise your entire brand, while aligning with other visual elements and key messages in a cohesive and effective way.
A logo can be skillfully crafted to resonate with a specific audience. The right combination of fonts and colour palette can be used to convey personality, values, and indicate positioning. Symbolism or tasteful customisation can add a further layer of meaning, while ensuring a logo is unique and recognisable.
I’m a Logo Designer based in London, but enjoy working with clients globally.
My most popular package includes:
- Brand Questionnaire
- Exploration of varied concepts
- 2 stages of development & refinement
- Colour Exploration
- Final Logo supplied in .jpg .eps and .png formats
Please contact me for pricing and a full range of options.
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a high quality logo can greatly accelerate brand loyalty & recognition.
Achieving this effect is something which requires experience, extensive training in the way humans perceive things visually.
As an experienced logo designer I will do just that, taking the essence of your business or product and translating it into a simple, yet outstanding and visually stimulating logo.
MORE ABOUT THE PROCESS
If you only need a professional logo at this stage, my streamlined process is designed specifically for you. (If you do have the time / budget, I highly recommend undertaking the full brand identity process)
The first phase is of course to speak on the phone, correspond via email or arrange a video call.
It’s important your logo represents your business accurately, so even though this is a streamlined process, I need to learn what you do, how you do it, and who you hope to attract – in order to translate this into a design.
We can then start generating concepts that fit the criteria required. Concepts will become sketches, designs, refined designs, and finally a logo you can’t wait to share with your customers.