Logo Creation

DESIGN IS CHALLENGING. FINDING A GREAT DESIGNER SHOULDN'T BE

HERE'S WHY THOUSANDS OF BUSINESSES HAVE CHOSEN WARRIOR WRAPS

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Tired of chasing down designers on the internet?  We have a full design staff that you can sit one on one with.  Real is better!

Free Consultations

This is a risk-free opportunity for you to speak with one of our team members about your brand, your business and how great design can help you

It's all yours

When you purchase a logo package you own the design and can use it for anything. Forever.

HOW IT WORKS

Tell us what you're looking for

Our design consultations makes it simple to describe your design ideas and help set your budget. Tell us about your business and what you need designed. Don’t worry consultations are free. Take your time. The more details, the better your design.

Web and print ready files and copyright

Your logo design comes with web and print-ready files, and you own the unrestricted copyright when purchasing a logo package.

What is a logo?

To understand what a logo is meant to do, we should first know just what a logo is: It’s one aspect of a company’s commercial brand or economic entity, and a logo’s shapes, colors, fonts, and images usually are different from others in a similar market. Logos are also used to identify organizations and other noncommercial entities. A logo’s design should make us immediately recognize the company—it should inspire trust, admiration, loyalty, and an implied superiority.

What makes a good logo?

A good logo is distinctive, appropriate, practical, graphic, simple in form, and should convey one message. An effective logo usually has a concept, or meaning behind the logo, that allows it to communicate the intended message. It should be printable at any size and be effective without color.

With these things in mind, it would be safe to say that a great logo usually comes down two things: a great concept and great execution.

The design process

When creating a logo, follow a logo design process that ensures the final design suits the client’s needs (not their wants). Here’s a list of what’s essential to the logo design process:

  • Design brief: Start with a questionnaire or interview with the client to get the design brief.
  • Research: Conduct research focusing on the industry, its history, and its competitors.
  • Reference: Look at logo designs that have been successful and current styles/trends that may be related to the design brief; however, don’t follow trends just for the sake of it. Longevity in logo design is key.
  • Sketching and conceptualizing: Develop the logo design concept(s) around the above-referenced brief and research.
  • Reflection: Take breaks throughout the design process to allow your ideas to mature. This also helps to renew your enthusiasm and get feedback.
  • Presentation: Present you with your new company identity warrior wraps package. 
  • Put your artwork to work: Once finished you can start marketing your business.