A good logo is distinctive, appropriate, practical, graphic, simple in form, and conveys an intended message. A logo is purely for identification. Your logo can be great typography (lettering), an illustration, a symbol, or a combination of those. Car logos don’t need to show cars; computer logos don’t need to show computers. Your typography, illustration, and symbol will become your brand. It is by association with a product, a service, a business, or a corporation that a logo takes on its meaning. A logo identifies a business in its simplest form. We offer several logo design packages to meet every budget.
the representation of the organization in its simplest form, the emblem or mascot of the organization critical for an organization to be recognizable, a trademark.
the different physical elements of the company that work together: the complete package of company materials including your logo, business cards, e-mail signatures, websites, ads, your employee uniforms, store layout design, package design, corporate jingle, etc.
a concept — not a concrete object, the foundation of your marketing framework, the emotional and psychological relationship between a company and consumers, what people think and feel when they experience your company (their gut feeling).