Below you can find answers to some of the most frequently asked questions about our logo design service.
Yes! You get unlimited design revisions on the shortlisted version of the logo. Please note that there is a difference in revision and redesigns. Once a logo is shortlisted, no major changes e.g. layout change or redesign can be done. Revisions are typically minor changes like text change, color/elements replacements etc.
We deliver the logo by email or dropbox. Hence it is very important that you provide correct email address while ordering our service. Since we accept payments via email, we can also send the logo to your Paypal email in case of any issues. You can always get in touch with us with your order ID in case of any issues.
You'll receive the logo in following formats.
If you need the files in another formats/size then please let us know and we would be happy to provide you the files at no extra cost.
We provide logo files in all common formats which will allow you to use the logo on websites, print (banners/hoardings) and anywhere else like promotion materials, e.g. coffee mugs, pens etc.
We cater to clients all over the globe. We accept payment via Paypal payment gateway which allows anyone to order our service using their Paypal account or credit/debit cards.
Absolutely. You will have the copyright for your logo. However we keep the rights to use your logo in our portfolio and advertising material. It'll actually help your brand as well since our site is visited by hundreds of small businesses daily.
Yes. We refund your money back if you are not at all satisfied with the logo concepts. However that is something which rarely happens since our designs are so incredible that they are almost instantly approved by our clients.
Logo design is an extremely creative process. Just like all other creative activities, inputs from more than one expert help in logo design as well. When two designers work on a logo, you can expect more creative and varied outcome.
However we feel two is a company and three (or more) is crowd. Too many designers working on same thing typically results in a mess hence we allow two designers for both small and plus packages instead of providing more designers for plus package.