Proline Fire Protection Logo
This logo design was done as a re-design of the client’s original logo. They wanted something more modern, and requested that we use the color blue in some way because they wanted to keep that element from their original logo. We went with a shield style logo that gave the feel of “Protection” while incorporating in the water sprinkler head from their original logo in a whole new way.
What to Expect
Before any design work can be done for your logo, there is a logo design consultation. This can be done via phone, email, Skype, or even text message! The purpose of the consultation is to get clear on what the logo will be for (the business, organization, non-profit, event, product, etc.), what it should represent, any color schemes you may want to see in a concept, any ideas you have for the design of the logo or things you would like to see done, things you know you don't want to see, and whatever else may be relevant to your needs so that we can get a good grasp of what you are hoping to achieve with your logo design project.
After we have a clear idea of what your logo design needs are, we can give you an official quote. (Estimate pricing on popular graphic design projects can be found here.) Only 50% of the quote total is due to begin your logo design project. Logo design projects include 3 logo concepts, and 3 edit rounds. Once the down payment is received, you can expect to have your initial logo concepts emailed within 7-10 days. From that point we can edit and adjust the concepts as needed to reach your final approved logo design. You will want to provide any and all feedback you can all at once to make the overall process much quicker and avoid going over the 3 edit rounds.
Once you have approved your logo design and the final payment has been made a full logo pack will be emailed to you. This logo pack will include the editable AI, JPG, PNG, and TIFF files to used as needed as well as any font files associated with your logo design for branding purposes if applicable. For more information on what these file types mean click here.
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