Even though it's all about business, a logo design is deeply personal. At a glance, it lets the world exactly how you present your business. Elegant, playful, simple or serious ... it has to be clean and instantly readable. In time, recognition becomes a factor.
Most clients start dreaming up logo ideas the minute they decide to go into business for themselves. Some new business owners are open to any and all new ideas. Either way, Maggie enjoys working with your ideas or presenting a few of her own.
But just as important as the logo design, a good designer will consider production values. At the end of the project, you need a logo design that is well-produced digital art and useable in a variety of formats — whether it's for full-color high resolution print, website, newspaper ads, silkscreened onto t-shirts or aprons, signs, painted onto the side of a truck or printed onto a fabric banner or embroidered.
Having a clean logo that is well-designed, easy to read and reproduce is a smart representation of your business.