The Client has come to you for help. They need a logo! As a designer, you will have to do a little bit of designing logos at some point. Whether it’s for for yourself or for a client you should go through a process to make the project as painless as possible.
Start by Sketching
When you meet with the client it’s important to ask a lot of questions about the logo they need like. They are looking to you for expertise but it’s very important to listen to your client’s needs. You can start off simple by sketching out some concepts to save some time and effort into creating a logo. This step is often skipped by designers because they have a very clear idea of what they would like to do.
Vector Out The Logo
Once you have a strong grasp of the logo layout it’s time to clean up your logo. For a strong recommendation it’s smart to create the logo in a vector form. This will allow the logo to be scaleable and you won’t encounter a blurry image in prints. Explaining Vectors and Rasters To Clients.
Find That Perfect Font
It’s important that you find a font that is readable and something that the client likes. It’s a good idea to provide the client a few variations to choose from when designing a logo.
Finalize the Logo
And lastly put the two elements together! Now you have a finished up logo!