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ㅤSoftware: Adobe Illustrator, Photoshop
ㅤWhen designing a logo, there are two phases to the project; a Sketch Phase and a Final Phase.
During the Sketch Phase, we'll bounce ideas back and forth until landing on enough details for me to go off of. If a customer has a design they already drew and want to see recreated, this cuts down on discussion time and we can get right to the Final Phase.
Typically I present three to five different sketches to the customer. After sketches are presented you are allowed three free revisions to any one of the sketches from the batch. Any further revisions or asking for revisions to be made to one of the other sketches would once again start my hourly rate. Before any product is exchanged, I'll send an invoice to my client's email which outlines the cost of the project so far. The images are sent directly to you after the payment is confirmed.
ㅤThe second and final phase is where I fully render the sketch of the logo(s) you chose. Before any artwork is exchanged, I will again be sending an invoice to my client's email which outlines the cost of the final product. The image(s) is sent directly to the client after the payment is confirmed in a .ai and .png format. After the final is presented there are three free revisions a client can request, however, alterations do not mean a complete reconstruction of the final product. Any further revisions would once again start my hourly rate.