Frequently Asked Questions
At Logoworks, we strive for the utmost clarity.
Design concepts are the first step in the design process. We’ll take your creative brief and come up with concepts, or an initial direction for your logo.
Once your concepts are ready, we’ll ask you to give us feedback so we can continue to refine the design.
Just remember – if you choose a package with more concepts, that means you’ll get more upfront variety.
We’ll start off by giving you multiple design concepts. Keep in mind that the design process is highly iterative and collaborative, so we’ll send you the initial designs and ask for your feedback to make them even better.
Usually, our clients ask us to tweak colors, fonts and layout. Sometimes, they even ask us to combine the top half of one concept with the bottom half of another.
Whatever the revision, big or small, we’ll continue to revise your design until it’s absolutely perfect.
Each designer submits two logo concepts. We purposely include multiple designers on each project because each designer has his/her own style, and we want to make sure you get a wide variety in your upfront designs.
Our designers have an average of 10+ years experience in logo and branding design, and they truly are experts.
All of our design projects here at Logoworks include a dedicated project manger, a real-live human based in the US who is your single point of contact for any question, big or small.
3 days. Other places make you pay more to “rush” you order, but at Logoworks, we’ll always deliver your initial concepts in just three business days.
You do. Simple as that.
We want you to be able to actually use your designs, so we’ll give you your design files in everything you need, including…
Raw Vector (EPS) & (AI)
PNG (Transparent Background)
Sizes for Facebook and Twitter
Font name/s and primary color codes
If you need it in another format not listed above, we’re glad to help. Just ask.
It’s simple. We guarantee you’ll love your logo, if not, we’ll make it right or offer a full refund.
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