Sometimes a subtle transformation works wonders: a color change or a logo refresh; but when you need to show progress on an evolving market, a logo redesign is just a fragment of the whole. To rebrand means a more concentrated effort to shift consumer’s perception. Does your company need a rebrand? Let’s figure it out with these 3 basic questions.
One of the most common questions in the creative industry is ‘’how much should I pay for design services?’’ Well, there is no definite answer, but there is a list of factors that you, as a client, should know and consider before writing that check. Unfortunately, in the creative field, it is not about being an expert but to look like one. Many "agencies" drive clients into paying rates as if they were hiring an exclusive team of experts solely dedicated to their project when it is just a one man’s band with uncertified ‘‘design skills’’. It is important that clients know that design work needs to be paid fairly and accordingly, but also that clients know enough to not get ripped off by “design scammers’’. Here are a few things you should consider when hiring creatives for a project.
Logos are part of the first impression customers have of companies. A logo represents your brand and the products or services you are offering. When starting, it’s not that common that a company pays attention to the image. But sooner or later it will have to. Sometimes, it is a bad design or a good one that worked well and you didn’t change it through the years. So, you didn’t realize you needed it to revamp it. Here is some advice to consider when creating a new logo, so you can enhance your company image.