What’s the Difference Between Logo Design and Branding?
April 4, 2018
A logo is an easily recognizable, reproducible design element, often including a name, symbol, specified colors or trademark. It’s that shape companies use to represent their company; like Nike’s swoosh or...
We begin new projects with a meeting, where we actively listen to your ideas, determine your requirements and gather information about your objectives and timeframe. Next we will prepare a price quote, which outlines the scope of work, before moving forward.
This is a dynamic phase where we get creative. We’ll take what we’ve learned and generate several ideas, usually in the form of computer sketches or 3D models. Concepts are ‘loose’ while we explore various possibilities. The client reviews the ideas and works closely with us to choose a final direction.
Now the overall design is developed further and begins to take shape. For new products we often create a working prototype to validate the details. Final artwork or control drawings are prepared for use in the next phase (Deliver) by a vendor to create the finished design.
If everyone is satisfied with the final design, we move to this final step. Completed control drawings are handed off to the appropriate vendor who will produce the finished items. As first article samples arrive, we check them for quality assurance. And, we deliver on deadline and on budget of course.
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