LOGO DESIGN PROCESS
WHY DO I NEED A PROFESSIONAL LOGO DESIGN PACKAGE?
WHAT IS IN A LOGO DESIGN PACKAGE?
CAMPAIGN DESIGN PORTFOLIO
WEB DESIGN PORTFOLIO
Three versions of one logo.
All three logos above were included as part of a single logo package: 1) full color with gradients both CMYK (print) and RGB (web or tv). 2) 2 color solid, and 3) solid black/white. The final logo package included each of these in different useful formats such as PNG, JPEG, PDF....
Your logo package will include every format that you'll ever need for any reproduction method plus the original vector source file.
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What's in a Logo Package?
Whether you need a new logo design from scratch or if you already have a design, but it's low resolution jpeg, consider having a logo package done with it built in a vector file as the source file. See side bar of "Why does my logo have to be built as a vector file?"
Your logo package would include the original vector source file created in Adobe Illustrator (AI), a PDF that's also vector, as well as raster JPEGs and/or PNGs that you can place in Word Docs, emails, website listings, etc.. They would come in 3 folders... CMYK (for print), RGB (for web or TV), and flat black/white for things like a 1 color imprints on specialty items. You may also want a two-color version using the Pantone Matching System that all printers go by for color matching (also known as spot colors) in case you ever need it reproduced in just two colors rather than all of them.
The original vector file can be modified and enlarged to any size (without loosing quality) for different uses. All the other formats can be created from it.
You'll never be strapped for a logo again, and printers will love having this package, as well as sign companies, banner companies, publications, tshirt companies, specialty item printers, ad designers, publishers, etc. Just give them the AI vector file if you're not sure which format they need. They'll love it & it will look great!
Why should my logo be built as vector?