Graphic Design: Austin Logo Designs
V-Sharp Sharpeners is one of my favorite clients. They came to me with an outdated logo and package design for their worldwide, sharpener line. They were the first to develop a dual-side sharpener. We revamped the logos for each product, created detailed illustrations for the enclosed instructions, as well as the package (box) design for the line.
After developing logos for various clients, we proceeded with marketing materials. We’ve designed various brochures, postcards, flyers, t-shirts, powerpoint templates, letterhead and presentation folders, as well as intricate instructional brochures with custom made illustrations.
The objective of “Logo” is to answer questions correctly about popular brands and logos, which then advances game pieces along the spiral game board. With its diverse questions, the Logo Board Game entertains the entire family with fun facts about your favorite companies.
Postcard design, Flyer design and business card design: Austin, TX
After we designed the logo for local landscape company, Top Choice, we followed up with various flyer, postcard and business card designs to help promote their business.
A lot of clients are curious as to how the initial logo comps are displayed. I thought I’d show a few previous examples of how the initial round of logo designs are initially proposed to the customer:
GRAPHIC DESIGN DONE LOCAL
Need a flyer designed fast? Business cards with QR codes? Cheap business cards or a new, flashy logo? Choose Austin Logo Designs for fast and affordable design. We have all the experience of the big agencies, but at “mom and pop” prices! We specialize in affordable print design including:
Business card design
Letterhead and Stationary design
Pull up banner design
Trade show signage
Contact us today for a free quote to get started!
Global Tax Associates Group needed a clean, globe-like logo. Their original logo concept (brought to us by the client) included squarish GTAG letters, in a metal, 3D-like finish. The process to perfect lines and fonts was extensive. There were a few rulers, transparent tape, paper mock-ups, and a couple home visits involved. But in the end, we created a softer, stronger, simpler logo.
The letterhead will feature the logo in a single color, gun-metal gray metallic pantone color with a Reflex blue pantone reserved for the remaining print work.
After meeting one-on-one with the client and finalizing the new logo, we then followed up with designing plastic business cards featuring QR codes. The logo design was simple, clear and affordable. We also designed artwork for embroidered polos featuring the custom logo design.