Logo Design

A Great Logo Design is Essential for Successful Company Branding

First off, the logo design process starts with your input brief. Next, based on that we brainstorm ideas. We then present you with a few variations. You give more input. We do revisions. Then eventually, your professional business logo is ready to go.  Use it on your website, business cards and other printed material.

Many of these businesses are located in Glen Eira, Kingston, and Bayside areas. Including but not limited to Bentleigh, Carnegie, Caulfield, Moorabbin, Glen Huntly, Mentone, Mckinnon, Ormond, Gardenvale and St Kilda East.

Logo Design Essentials:

Vector vs. Bitmap. If you have a great logo design, you’ll surely want it to be seen at it’s best. Business logos viewed on electronic media are bitmap images. Most display satisfactorily.

Here’s a big mistake some business owners and graphic designers make. They use the bitmap version of their logo for printing. They should be using the vector version of their logo.

A vector image looks sharp and crisp at any size. Whereas, a bitmap image can look fuzzy or jagged. This happens when enlarged beyond its intended use.

This is not just a case of high resolution versus low resolution images. Put simply, a vector image always displays at the maximum resolution and quality. Conversely, bitmaps don’t always display properly. The cause is lack of preparation for the final usage.

Pictured here to illustrate the point is one of our logo designs. This logo design is utilised by one of our clients. They use it of course, on their website. Also, it makes their stationery look professional. Invoices are one, for example. To be sure, it makes product packaging standout. It’s used on staff uniform embroidery and fleet vehicle graphics. And finally, outdoor display signage like marquees and A-frame billboards.

Bitmap vs Vector
Our logo design fee includes supplying all formats required.

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