You never get a second chance
to make a first impression.
In the marketplace, your logo is that first impression. Your logo doesn’t just tell customers what you do. It’s a graphic secret weapon, conveying the character, quality and professionalism of your brand.
Your logo may be a complex icon, or as simple as your company name in a favorite typeface. You may not need something iconic. But you DO need professionalism. Getting the help of a pro to create a logo can ensure the design will make a great impression, again and again.
As luck would have it, the folks at Fly Creative ARE logo pros! Not only have we been creating logos for over a decade, we can offer inspiration, advice and expertise to guide you through the process—whether you simply need an update, or the whole enchilada. We’re here to help you with your next first impression.
Working with what you have
Maybe your logo was created in the stone age... you know, before the Macintosh. The original hasn’t been seen since Reagan was in office. Is it hard to read? Did the once clean, crisp image morph into a blob that resembles a cereal box tattoo? Perhaps the foundation was good, but it’s been printed, faxed, copied and scanned into oblivion. It’s time for a rebuild. With a little professional expertise and guidance, that logo can be reconstructed to shine again and better represent your company’s character.
Bring it up to date
Perhaps your logo just needs to be refreshed—a little modernization, a typeface update or a color change. We can help you choose the right touches to breathe new life into your brand.
A Logo from the ground up
Whether you’re launching a new product or brand, or starting a new company, the very thought of coming up with a logo may be daunting—and what will it cost? Don’t panic!
The process can be fun. And it doesn’t have to be expensive. Fly Creative can help you build a logo from the ground up, starting at just $450. We’ll walk you through the process and develop a logo that you’ll love.
Supporting your brand
For every logo we create, we provide file formats for almost every application—print or web, large or small. And if you have questions about using your logo, we’re here to answer them. Because we want to make sure that your logo looks great, no matter where it’s used.
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A great logo can make a huge difference in how your customer views your company. When you hand someone a business card, think about what your logo tells them. Does it say, “our company is professional” or “I work out of my parents' garage?”
What does your logo say to your customer?
- Professional or Sloppy
- Energetic or Out dated
- Fun or Boring
- Trustworthy or Shady
- Capable or Cheap
File Formats Explained
Vector: “Vector” just means that the logo is created using lines, simple shapes filled with colors. Logos in this format can be scaled up or down with no change in crispness or clarity. The most common file types for vector graphics are .ai and .eps.
Raster: Raster graphics are made up of pixels, tiny blocks of color. Any photo you look at on screen, or web site you visit, is created entirely of tiny blocks of color or pixels. Raster graphics are resolution specific. Scaling them up will reduce their sharpness. Some common file types for Raster graphics are .psd, .tif and .jpg. Raster graphics specifically for the web are .gif, .png and .jpg.
Think about Complexity
Complex: Intricate patters, delicate text effects, subtle blends and thin borders add to complexity. This logo, while perfect for a beer label or business card, would be nearly impossible to embroider on a hat or print in a tiny
Moderate: Graduated tones and simple reflections work great on web sites and most standard printing applications, but may require extra attention when you need the logo to sit over a colored background or photograph.
Simple: Solid colors, no overlapping shapes and thick bold lines make this logo easy to reproduce. This logo would look great at any size and could be easily modified to suit any print, web, embroidery, sign, banner or vehicle graphic application.