Logo Design

Logo and Website design for your website

Q. What is a logo design and how is it different to website design?

A website is place that presents your businesses products or services, whereas a logo design is an image or a graphic that represents your business concept as a whole. It is often what people associate with you when they talk about or refer to your business or a representative of your business. It portrays a professional image that builds a level of credibility while at the same time differentiating you from your competition.

A professional quality logo design can stick in a customers mind when they think about reordering or discussing the service they experienced from your company. You can use a logo on your business cards, emails, letter heads, stationary, merchandise, invoices, newsletters, publications, contracts, receipts, articles, online promotion (such as Twitter, Facebook and your company blog).

KEY: A logo is the first thing a potential customer sees when they search online or look through a newspaper!

Q. Who are our logo designers?

At londoniBusinessConsultant.co.uk we only use a few specialist logo designers for all of our customers’ projects. It takes a certain type of designer to produce quality designs that reflect the customer’s needs. These designers have worked on a broad range of projects and are able to design logo’s for any type of business or company.

We are more than happy to discuss whether a new logo would help your website to promote your business. We can start that conversation if you call 074 7543 0711 or email us at ibiz@onlinedotbiz.biz.

Q. How does our logo design service work?

Step 1: The order for the logo design is placed.

Step 2: Initial concept stage: at this point we will ask you to complete a questionnaire to establish your thoughts and ideas.

Step 3: Further discussion – at this point we will discuss your project so we understand exactly what you require and what you company does .

Step 4: One of our 2 specialist logo designers will create 3 logo variations for you.

Step 5: Review stage – based on your feedback, we will then develop one of the 3 logos.

Step 6: Final approval – at this stage we will submit the design for final approval making any changes if required

Step 7: Completion – at this point we will create a collection of different file formats to enable you to use your logo for printing and web promotion. These will be sent to you by email.