Getting a new logo can be somewhat of a daunting task. Your logo is a ‘mark’ that represents your business. Who you are, what you stand for, and even to some extent, how you conduct your business. I Heart Blank can make your logo represent your business.
Do me a favor and go look at your latest print ad. I’ll wait, it’s cool. Got it? Okay good. Now, does your logo / name take up more then 25% of the ad? If it does then you might wanna head over to our portfolio and tell me what the big difference is between your ads and and the ones we create. There’s an old marketing adage that says, “No one cares who you are. They want to know what you can do for them.” Can you honestly tell me having your company name cover half the ad does that? Whether it’s a print ad, voice-over work or radio ad copy, we can help.
Other Graphic Design Services
While you’re welcome to use our printing services or take them somewhere else, we offer more design services including:
- Business Cards
- Post Cards
- Presentation Folders
- Bumper Stickers
- Car Magnets
- Rigid Signs
- Door Hangers
Graphic Design FAQs
Logo Design comes generally in three phases.
Phase 1: With a provided color (or color scheme) I Heart Blank, LLC will generate a series of 4 to 8 different types of logos with different fonts, icons, etc. At this point you will pick your favorite icon and font.
Phase 2: A second round of logos will then be made based on your decisions with different variations of size, effects, etc.
Phase 3: The final phase will consist of any final tweaks or effects that will be put on the logo. The logo will then be exported and saved in various formats, as well as a ‘one color’ (black and white) version of the logo.
Print Advertisements are all about capturing someone’s imagination and getting them to put a picture in their mind. A picture, of course, about your business. More times than not the picture of what you want to implant is the truth about your business. When we sit down with someone for the first time to talk about advertising I’m really interested in answering three questions:
- What is your USP or Unique Selling Proposition? (Basically, “What sets you apart from the pack? What do you do that no one else does?”)
- How did you get started doing this? (I wanna know where you passion comes from. Why did you get into this? Why do you love it?)
- What colors do you like? (That one really just helps me)
Answering those three questions sincerely and honestly can pretty much drive a marketing campaign for a quite a while. Maybe even for the life of your business. If you don’t have an answer for one of those questions then we will have to figure it out together. I don’t have a problem with that. I’m pretty nice.