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According to the Graphic Artists Guild you'll pay $2,000 to $10,000 for a corporate logo at a traditional design firm.

Your website home page should be informative, and should call your visitor on action.

People are drawn to clean, uncluttered logo designs because they can easily absorb and recognize the symbol at a glance.

Often a customer will hold onto your company's brochure until its services are required. A brochure can also be converted to PDF format for download from of your website.

A logo design should clearly express a company's identity - who they are, what they do, how they work, how they want to be seen by the world.

Though color combinations that would work for many decorating ideas are pleasing to the eye, it doesn't mean they will work on the web.

Creating a company logo is one of the most important stages in building brand awareness for your customer.

Vector files are files that you can resize, scale, and even change colors or fonts without loosing any quality or resolution on your image. It's best to make GIFs or any other bitmap formats you may need for your web site. Vector files are mostly used by professional designers or print shops.

A basic principle of website design is to place the navigation on the place where the people are used too look for it, and keep the navigation system the same on all the pages.

The very high contrast between white and black, having opposite locations on the chromatic scale, is good for standard paper books but not for the Web!

Flyers are used for many reasons, including event promotion, sales and advertising.

80% of the world's most widely recognized logo design symbols use either one or two colors.

Simplicity is one element all effective logo design samples have in common.

A basic principle of website design is to focus the efforts on building consistent rhythm across all pages of your site.

A logo is a design used by an organization on its letterhead, advertising material, and signs as an emblem by which the organization can easily be recognized, also called logotype. A graphic representation or symbol of a company name, trademark, abbreviation, etc., often uniquely designed for ready recognition.

The printed media's classical scheme of black lettering over a white background doesn't work well for custom made web design site content.

The most widely used of all logo types, the wordmark focuses on text and typeface but can incorporate other elements as well. A wordmark may be best suited for companies whose name effectively describes what they do (Office Max, Home Depot).

Your website home page is the place where the visitor decides what he will do, click on some of your links, or leave the site.

The web has over two billion pages.

A principle of website design is to make sure there is strong, clear navigation on EVERY page so that the viewer knows where they are, where they can go, and how to get back to where they were.

We believe that a web site should provide visitors with a comfortable and tasteful environment, being very clear at to what is being offered. We develop your site in such a way that it says trust, confidence and professionalism.

Wherever you place your company logo, it needs to be consistent in all usages so that people can always easily recognize it as your graphic design logo.

Bitmap files are a more popular file that are the best to use on the Web. You may use them on most applications, they are small in size, but hard to modify. You may notice a big distortion in your image if you try to scale a bitmap file to a larger size. The most popular bitmap files are GIF, JPEG, TIFF and BMP.

An ongoing design program which guides the look of everything from company stationery, logos and brochures, internet marketing communications, magazine layout, to print materials, signage, packaging, exhibits and presentation materials provides a clear, consistent image for your company or product.

Design plays an important role in our everyday decision making and as such, an ongoing graphic design program is an important part of good business strategy.

The idea of hiring a design studio is to create strong brand recognition. You want people to think of your service or product before they start opening the yellow pages and looking for someone else.

Reinforcing brands helps to solidify consumer loyalty.

Log Technology doesn't register or protect the logo design that it created for its clients. We provide all the rights for the customers to register their logos. The client is responsible for protecting and registering the rights of his logo.

A strong corporate identity will help your business attract new customers and keep existing customers coming back.

Professional corporate logo design increases credibility.







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