Answer this form and make sure it best reflects the "Brand" you want to Convey
Tick on the Check Boxes that apply to you.
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(Describing some of the following can be
very helpful to the designer:
Demographics: Age, Sex, Location, Income,
Occupation, Education, Industry
Psychographics: Interests, Lifestyle, Behavior, Opinions,
Tick the item that best represents the type of Logo/Brand you Prefer
A wordmark consists of the company name in a stylized type and may include small abstract or pictorial elements.
Famous examples include:
A pictorial mark uses literal or representative imagery to symbolize the brand. Famous examples include:
Uses abstract shapes and symbols to convey an idea or attribute about the organization. Famous examples include:
Typically uses a very small amount of letters (1-2) to represent the organization. Famous examples include:
An emblem features the name of the company typically enveloped by a pictorial element or shape. Famous examples
A Character logo consists of a mascot to represent the brand. Please note that Character illustrations are extremely
time intensive for designers, and for the best results the quotes should be at least $400-$500. Famous examples
Although there is no official description of "Web 2.0" logos, some common elements can include: vibrant colors,
subtle 3d feel, bold type, color transitions, and shadows. Famous examples include:
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Designs. They are used only as shining examples of the most recognized brands in the world.
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Choose which level describes for each, Negative Numbers Indicate leaning to the first Description, Higher Number to the 2nd Description.
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