Design Services Provided
⋆ The Design Stages ⋆
‣ The First stage consists of a meeting to identify your audience & requirements, along with any competition currently in the market.
‣ This brief discussion will give us a clear understanding of your expectations to direct and help create a truly unique and eye-catching design.
‣ We have an online design brief submission form to assist with getting your message across, a copy of which can be sent to yourself via email.
‣ The Second stage is when we identify the requirements in your design brief & begin sketching out some initial logo designs.
‣ Once we have a number of acceptable ideas they are transferred into a digital form using design software Affinity Designer and Adobe Illustrator.
‣ From here we pack them into a neat presentation pack and send to you for feedback and selection, moving us into stage three.
‣ In stage Three we work on refining your chosen design, making any adjustments and refinements as you'd like done to ensure we get a result you love.
‣ We will give you our professional opinion on which design we feel is most appropriate for your business and pass final decision making to you.
‣ Once we are both 100% satisfied that the final design meets your expectation the final package is put together.
‣ More details on how the design package is presented to you & the contents within can be found in our FAQ section.
‣ The Fourth & final stage is the completion of payment for our service, payable by PayPal, Credit Card or bank transfer.
‣ The method of product delivery is via web download, of which a private link will be sent for you to access. A hard copy disk can also be supplied.
Support is offered to each and every one of our clients, ensuring we deliver on our promise of a design that truly meets your needs and expectations.
Please read our FAQ section for answers to common questions!
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