There are a lot of considerations that go into the process of developing a logo for clients.
Clients often wonder how to create a logo. We don’t just quickly take a random icon we find online and slap some text on it. Each pieces goes through a brainstorming, research, creative and development process to insure the logo is a good representation of the business and can be used in a variety of media.
Colors, fonts, shapes, are all given careful consideration. Of course the most important piece is interviewing the business owner to make sure we understand their business and their marketing goals.
Here’s a high-level overview of our creative process for logo development as we walk through designing a new logo for a new company:
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Vicky is the CEO and Chief Creative Strategist of Vicky Wu Marketing. She draws from 30 years of experience at the CMO level, the CEO level, marketing for Fortune 500 companies and multi-million and multi-billion-dollar organizations, PLUS strategies learned helping startups and nonprofits with limited budgets … now focusing on providing SMBs with effective and efficient marketing strategies – giving them access to the same level of expertise as the really big guys with deep pockets, that they may not otherwise be able to access.