What you get in the Gold Package:
Our Art Director assigns your project to the artists that are best suited to complete your project depending on their background and skill set.
Once your team of designers has researched your company and target market, they will develop 6 unique logo designs for you to choose from.
You receive UNLIMITED rounds of revisions/changes on the logo you select from the initial designs.
You receive unlimited color options and variations to choose from. There are no limitations to color what so ever.
We do not retain any rights to your final artwork what so ever. You own 100% of the final artwork.
Standard turnaround is 3 business days. However if you are in a hurry you can add a rush to any of our packages and receive a 1 business day turnaround with no loss in quality. A rush is an additional $99.00
We supply all the formats needed for both web and print (including source files). We supply: AI, EPS, PSD, PNG, TIFF, JPEG, GIF and PDF formats.
We will custom design business card, letterhead and envelope designs tailored around your new logo. We will also print and ship 500 free printed business cards to your door.
About Your Final Formats:
This is the editable format of your logo. An eps is a vector format. This means you can scale the image, up or down without any loss in quality.Recommended Uses (not limited to):
- Stationery & Business cards
- Vehicle graphics
- Silk screen & Embroidered
A jpeg/gif/png is for web use only. This is a low-resolution file, not recommended for printing. The PNG offers a transparent background for web use.Recommended Uses (not limited to):
- email marketing
- Microsoft Office Programs (Word, PowerPoint etc.)
A tif is a high resolution file used for various printing processes. This format is usually used for personal printing. If you are to have this logo professionally printed/reproduced, you will need the eps format.Recommended Uses (not limited to):
- Most standard graphic applications
A psd file is an editable Photoshop file. This format is only delivered on rare occasions when the design that is requested can only be produced in raster format.
How our process works, in a nut shell: