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BUSINESS TYPE: Restaurant/Bar



A WRITTEN ESTIMATE/INVOICE will be emailed to you, so you have a written record of the pricing discussed and what is included in your logo package. We require payment upfront for all logo packages.

SCHEDULE A CALL to discuss your business and branding goals. This is generally a 15-30 minute call where you can share details about your business and what you are looking for in your new logo. A verbal estimate will be provided on this call.

REVISIONS can be sent by email or discussed over the phone. At this point, you can share which design or design elements you like best, along with any other direction you would like to see moving forward.

ADDITIONAL FEEDBACK. Upon review of the 2nd proof, most of our clients are able to narrow down the designs to 1 or 2 favorites. At this stage, we make further revisions or provide multiple variations of 1 or 2 designs, so a final design can be chosen.

YOUR FIRST PROOF will be emailed to you within the timeframe agreed upon. This PDF proof will include the initial design concepts that we create for you. Most of our packages include 5 initial design concepts.

YOUR SECOND PROOF. We modify the initial designs from Proof 1, based on your feedback, which results in Proof 2. This will include different combinations of elements, as well as varied color or font options, according to your requests.

YOUR FINAL LOGO! Once you've approved a final design, we provide your chosen logo in all of the standard formats you will need for your business: Vector Files for high quality printing (AI, EPS & PDF) + JPG and PNG files for web/online use. A 1-page branding guide, with details about fonts, colors and file formats, is also included for your reference. 

YOUR THIRD PROOF. Most of our customers choose a design to finalize after seeing this 3rd Proof. Sometimes, very minor adjustments or a few color options are included at this stage. But if additional changes are needed, we continue to work with you at our hourly rate until you are happy.  Most often, 3 proofs get the job done.


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