Logo Design Brief

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  • As you would like it to appear in your logo (e.g. Subway)
  • If you do, please enter the text for this below (e.g. Eat Fresh). Keep in mind that adding a tagline to your logo adds extra text elements and can clutter the logo a little. But, in some cases it can work really well.
  • This gives us an insight into what you do, which is a key element of determining what type of design, look and feel to start with (e.g. Fast Food - Sandwiches)
  • Similar to the above question, but please go into a little more detail for us (e.g. Supply of fast food with a healthy focus; Sold to the general public through franchised stores; Direct competition with other major fast food outlets: McDonalds; KFC; Hungry Jacks; Oporto etc.)
  • If you do, could you give us some details about why you have decided to make a change? (e.g. (e.g. Our logo was designed 10 years ago and it’s now old and outdated. We need something more modern and that better reflects our business. Our tagline is now old fashioned).
    Describe the look and feel you would like to portray with your logo. We have included some standard words below that people use, as well as a text box for you to write any further words or information you feel is relevant.
  • Great, let's talk logos

    Symbol: A stylized object or abstract illustration along with your company name typeset (e.g. Ferrari, HP, Mc Donald's, LG, Nike) Logotype: Incorporates your business name into the logo itself (e.g. Subway, Ford, Dell, IBM, Microsoft)
  • (e.g. Navy blue letters, the symbol mainly in red, and a white background)
  • (e.g. I want there to be curly font in my logo)
  • Please list the website where we can view it (e.g. www.subway.com.au)
  • Include anything else you would like us to take into consideration when designing your logo