When it comes to customer feedback over logo design projects, there are two very well defined types of feedback which are usually given by two very well defined types of clients. The first will hire you for what you know and trust on your experience to deliver the best for their business. The second will actually design their own logos and rely on you to execute their own ideas, simply because they don’t know how to use a graphic design software.
I’ve just finished working on a new logo for CuteStream and I’m about to start creating some awareness about the new design, so the main reason behind writing this article is to create a sort of checklist I can come back later on.
I’ve been approached many times by fashion designers, usually in the midst of starting their own collection, looking to hire me to design their upcoming fashion brands.
Business from all around the world are taking advantage of Facebook to build brand awareness at a very low cost, and considering that Facebook receive an average of 175 million daily visitors, setting up a Facebook Page seems to me as a must-have branding strategy.
What makes a good logo? Put in the simplest terms, a good logo must be appropriate to its own purpose, be able to adapt to a wide range of sizes and materials while simple enough to stand the passage of time and be fairly easy to remember.
When you’re working with a designer, it’s essential to write a detailed briefing before the beginning of your project.