Miscellaneous Logo Design
A collection of miscellaneous logo and identity concepts, both Thurston Machine and OP Machine being clients of Spincaster Productions.
The Design Process
A logo concept starts off with understanding the company and their brand persona. By understanding their core values, what they offer, and how they differ from their competitors, I can get a good idea of how to represent that graphically.
Next, I take these core values and what makes the company stand out and break those into design elements that can be implemented in the branding material. This could include determining shape, colour and font choices that best represent the brand.
After taking any particular requests into consideration, I can provide my clients with a few basic concepts. After one is selected, I revise and edit the initial concept into the final logo. This logo is the center of the brand, and it’s style is continued on throughout the rest of the marketing material. How the logo is to be used will also affect the final design, such as if it needs to be able to be embroidered on uniforms or will be used as a decal on company vehicles.
If you’re interested in having a new logo designed or updating an existing one, don’t hesitate to get in touch.
- The checklist:
- Multiple logo design options
- Print-ready graphic design
- Embroidery-ready design