Choosing A Logo Designer

Things to consider when choosing a logo designer

A business is half the success of achieving a great brand identity just by finding the ideal logo designer.

The road to entrepreneurship can be stressful; I have experienced this as well, and I know how much it can involve me. A good designer can do something for you. This is my suggestion and can save you some pressure when designing your logo.

Choose a designer with diverse works.

When you commission a designer to design a logo for you, take a closer look at their portfolio.

Some designers have specific styles that they like to use when creating logos. Your special style, even if you personally like it, may not be suitable for your company logo. You’d better find a designer whose portfolio shows that they can adjust their style to reflect their logo design requirements. 100 designers with a variety of design style combinations will create logos based on research and deep understanding of the client’s business and audience. Your logo must be a vector. Your logo will be used in many different situations. From small website icons to large building posters and vehicle graphics, your logo needs to be highly scalable. Don’t let you fall into the dilemma of technical details, but in essence, vector graphics can be scaled to any size without loss of quality. But some (hobbyist) designers create logos in raster bitmap format, which is not very good when resizing.

Have you ever tried to zoom in on a picture or photo on your computer and it becomes blurry?

So, if your logo is only available as a raster bitmap and not a vector, this will also happen to your logo. Your logo should be displayed in one color.

In some cases, you still need your logo to be displayed in one color. For example, promotional products such as pens and key chains usually only use the 1-color printing option.

Your logo should not rely on colors, gradients, or other design effects. If you do this, you may find that your logo suddenly looks bad when viewed in 1 color.

As a general rule of thumb, when I started designing logo concepts for clients, I only used black and white colors. This way I can make sure that the shape and shape of the logo is working properly before introducing color into the design.

Designers use specific fonts as part of the logo design, and they must obtain legal authorization to do so. This means ensuring that any license has been paid and the font license actually allows it to be used in the logo design. Not all fonts are allowed in logo design.

vactor vs raster

If you want to use a specific font and the designer does not have a license for the font, you need to add the cost of the font to the project fee. If you do not want to use commercially licensed fonts in your logo design, you should tell your designer first. However, keep in mind that this will limit the design process because your designers will turn off many professional-grade fonts. After creating the logo, if you plan to use the font in areas where other text of the brand can still be edited, such as websites and PDF documents, you will need to purchase an additional license. If the font is only used in the logo, no additional license is required.

You should receive the logo guide

Sometimes you need to create something for your business in marketing or promotion, and you need to give your logo to another designer. After spending time and money to build the perfect logo, the last thing you want is for another designer to cut out your logo. This is where the style guide comes into play. These may be called logo guidelines or brand guidelines, but they are essentially the same thing. The guide file serves as a bible for your logo. Let other designers know how to use your logo when putting your logo into the design. It will tell them about spacing, size, type, color, and some precautions.

Your logo should be responsive. When your logo is rectangular, it may look great, but what if you need to use it in a square?

Of course you don’t want to squash it, because it doesn’t look good. You also don’t want to trim the edges, because you will lose part of your identity.

How many times have you seen company logos used as profile photos on social media platforms, and these logos are obviously not designed to work within a square or circle, but have you used it anyway? It looks scary, right?

Your designer should be able to provide your logo in several different designs, and you can use them in different situations. At the very least, you should have a stacked/vertical option and an inline/horizontal option.

responsive logo

Designer Process

This is the right designer for you, do you really want to find it?

The best way for that is to ask them about their logo design process. Asking about your process, if you are trying to execute all the steps you need for your needs, as well as your needs and your business, you can know. Professional Logo Designer accepts considerable time at the research stage when a new logo design appears. You can create a logo that best suits your needs, by knowing your own purpose and purpose, as much as possible about your industry and target audience.

To  summarizes

This is not an exhaustive checklist if you want to look for a new logo designer when you intend to commit to a committee. Decided to work purely with the quality of the logo design. The design processes and deliverables they receive are as important as the successful logos design projects. All these things can make sure that you are wisely investing your time and money and make sure that the buyer’s repentance is excluded. If you have a logo design project you wish to discuss, I think you want to discuss, contact me, and I am pleased to discuss the work options together.

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