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CROWDSPRING

CrowdSPRING, the self-proclaimed, "world's largest community of graphic designers, web designers, illustrators, writers, and industrial designers," is a website which connects those looking for professional quality logo design with creative designers from around the world. Yes, it sounds a little complicated, but in reality it's quite easy. It's basically a place designers go to compete for your business.

CorwdSPRING's 3 step process works like this:

  1. Submit a short form with pertinent information (your industry, logo styles you generally like, what you want communicated with the logo, etc.).
  2. Receive dozens of ideas (which begin pouring in as soon as the same day), then collaborate with designers and view their revisions.
  3. Choose the correct design and designer for your product or company and work together to finalize the logo.

You're able set the timeline for completion along with the amount you want to spend, and you work with your selected designer to tweak the logo until you are completely satisfied. As the CrowdSPRING website says, "They are paid when you are happy."

The cost for logo design on CrowdSPRING starts in the same neighborhood as other highly rated companies at $199 for the Express package. Going up in price from there, Silver, Gold, and Platinum packages range from $299 and $1199, and include many features beyond professional logo design, including collaboration tools, privacy features, non-disclosure agreements, and so on.

The Express package is non-refundable. However, all the other logo design products come with a guaranteed refund of the entire project cost. If you do not find an entry you like, send CrowdSPRING a message within 30 days of the project's closing date to get your refund started.

Along with a very large group of creative designers waiting to work on your logo needs, and competitive pricing, CrowdSPRING also has a user friendly and easy to understand website. CrowdSPRING is worth consideration when you make your next logo design purchase.

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LOGO YES

Logo Yes is another provider of do-it-yourself logos geared toward small businesses. Their mission is to provide professional yet affordable logos. But, at Logo Yes, you definitely get what you pay for. We had flashbacks of the 70's and 80's during our time at Logo Yes.

The overall process of designing your own logo is rather simple:

  1. Select your company type
  2. Choose the industry
  3. Select a symbol or character
  4. Further define the color palette

We attempted several times to build our own logo and while the process is very straightforward we experienced numerous website performance issues. Once we were able to successfully build our own logo we felt that a creative high school student with some clip art could have designed something we liked better.

Logo Yes provides no refund, you either buy it if you like it or don't. However, we couldn't find any reason to buy anything from Logo Yes. For a little more than the standard cost of Logo Yes you could choose a higher ranked company that creates a unique logo designed specifically for you, that makes a positive statement, and drives your business or organization in the right direction.

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Logo Design

To help you find the Best Logo Design Services, TopConsumerReviews.com provides you with an in-depth comparison of CrowdSPRING and Logo Yes.

Establishing a business identity is one of the most important, and most visible, aspects of a new venture. Your logo is the cornerstone of your business identity. Everywhere that you will market your company - whether it be on a website, through print advertising, on business cards, headlining company stationery, or even on billboards or television commercials - your logo conveys your company's image.

Are you looking for a logo that's more serious? Or whimsical? Casual? Or professional? There are many choices that need to be made when it comes to designing a logo. Everything from the logo color scheme, to the choice of graphics, and even the lettering font and size must blend together to produce your desired effect.

And it's very important to design your logo right the first time. Changing a company's logo can be very expensive, in terms of time, dollars, and reputation.

There are a number of factors you need to consider when looking at logo design services. Some of these include:

  • Quality.  Are you working with a team of highly skilled graphic artists? Will they listen to your needs before working on your project?
  • Convenience.  How quickly will you be able to see your logos? What is the revision process? How many revisions are you allowed in your package?
  • Cost.  Although an effective logo is extremely important, chances are you don't have an unlimited budget. How expensive will it be to get a distinctive, impressive design?

TopConsumerReviews.com has reviewed and ranked the best logo design services available. We hope this information helps you create the corporate image you're looking for!



What a Quality Logo Can Do For Your Company

A brand is the perceived personality of a company as a whole and the logo helps identify that business via a design, word or symbol. A quality logo is imperative to the image of a company in a number of ways. No matter how wonderful the company and the products or services are, if you don't have a logo, or the one you do misses the mark, you could be in trouble.

Established
A quality logo design helps new businesses look and feel established. A professional looking business logo and marketing materials help make your new business more credible. This is important to growth and company success. This also increases the likelihood that customers will trust using your service or product.

Identity
Logos are also easier for customers to remember. A picture, symbol, or even words in a unique font, are much faster to memorize and be identified with than a company name. Also, the use of graphics in a logo can help explain to customers what you have to offer - eliminating some of the questions or confusion when a new company name appears out of the blue. As consumers grow to know, like and recognize a logo they are more likely to respond positively to marketing efforts which could lead to sales and company success.

Credibility
Without a quality logo your company will appear unstable and fly-by-night. Your potential customers will feel uneasy and unsure if purchasing your product is a good decision and will wonder how long you'll be in business. Most people don't want to commit to something that isn't expected to be around in a few months or could be managed by those with shady intent. If you've considered designing your own logo, to save money, think again. An unprofessional logo will in turn make your business look unprofessional. Customers could perceive you as unable to create quality goods or services. Kind of the age old mindset that if you don't care what you look or how you represent the company you won't care about the product you're selling. Also keep in mind that if you plan to design your logo yourself and then switch it with a professional replacement, once you have a larger revenue stream, you'll only end up confusing the consumer. They'll question if someone bought out your company, if new staff have replaced those that they felt comfortable with before and if something negative happened that you're trying to hide. Avoiding a logo change, at all costs, is the best way to avoid creating negative attention.

In summary, a professional looking logo is important to the perception of your potential customers. Substituting a home grown logo today will lead to poor sales and customer confusion in the future.

 



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