What’s a “Quick” Versus Custom Logo Design
A well-designed logo represents your brand and determines how the consumer will differentiate your brand from the rest. A Brandilly-designed logo is crafted with creativity and intention.
What can I expect from Brandilly?
A well-designed logo represents your brand and determines how the consumer will differentiate your brand from the rest. A Brandilly designed logo is crafted with creativity and intention. Our design process begins with getting a firm grasp on what your logo needs to communicate and how it ties in with your overall brand/mission. We also take into consideration how you will be using your logo – signage, website, stationery and more. All of our logos are created as vector art to give you the highest quality no matter where your logo will end up!
What is the difference a Quick Logo and a Custom Logo?
Brandilly offers two options for logo design: Quick Logo Design and Custom Logo Design. Each option seeks to cater to your individual needs and budget.
With a Quick Logo Design you can expect:
- A vector logo built with pre-designed elements
- 2-3 concepts, with 2 rounds of revisions
- Billed graphic design hours: 2-5 hours
- Turnaround: 2-3 business days
Some of our favorite Quick Logos…
Act Like a Nurse, Think Like a Boss Summit
Client: Ideal Healthcare Consulting
McLeod & Peterkin Funeral Home
Client: McLeod & Peterkin Funeral Home
Pieces by Cari
Client: Cari Goldman, GIA GG
Still Caring Homecare
Client: Still Caring Homecare
With a Custom Designed Logo you can expect:
- A vector logo designed from entirely from scratch
- Fully customizable color schemes/fonts
- 4-5 concepts, with 3+ rounds of revisions
- Billed graphic design hours: 12+ hours
- Turnaround: 1-3 weeks
Some of our favorite Custom Logos…
Client: JUST SOOP
RDU – Swish N Soar
Client: Eckel and Vaughn
“1st Gen” Student Support
Client: Gettysburg College
Concrete Rose – Breeders’ Cup
Client: BBN Racing, Ashbrook Farm
Africa to Carolina
Client: NC Department of Natural and Cultural Resources
Rock the Lyceum Lecture Series
Client: Division of Student Affairs, North Carolina Central University