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Should I hire a logo design company?

LareinaHardy

LareinaHardy

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I’m a fresh business management graduate and planning to open a small business soon. Everything is all laid out except my logo. I know how important this is, and so I’m still contemplating if I should hire the best logo design company I found online or use some template to save some money. I would appreciate some tips. TIA.
 
Needhelp

Needhelp

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In the past I have looked at sites such as https://www.fiverr.com/ and found some very good logo designers happy to charge a small fee for your first order in the hope of working with you in the future.
 
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Goingitalone

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I sometimes think that you get what you pay for so if you go cheap then you get cheap? However, if using one of the cheaper freelance websites turns out to be useful in finding a reliable logo designer then maybe they can help in other areas? I would be interested to hear how you get on.
 
Smiths1972

Smiths1972

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As a design agency we always advise businesses start-ups to invest in a brand identity that truly considers and engages the target audience, after all it is the very first impression and quite often a poorly designed identiy can subconciously put a prospective client off working with you. A good identity should flow through everything in your branded collaterals, bringing a consistency and continuity which provides comfort and an element of trust to your client, making you appear highly professional. Also, we often find that cheap logos are technically sound which may often cause issues later down the line i.e. exhibition graphics where you need the file bigger, colour changes, vehicle graphics etc.

Anyway, I hope that helps and if you need any assistance we'd be more than happy to guide you.

P.S. We've written an article on this as well
 
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lookingforadvice

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I have been through the logo design process a couple of times and while some people may dismiss it as irrelevant, it is the first thing people see and remember about your website/business. So, take your time, keep an open mind and don't rush yourself.
 
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