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questions?

Can I just get a logo?

Short answer, no. I believe that building a brand is way more than just a logo. That is why I spend hours researching and developing a brand and then designing your logo mark.

What is a secondary logo + submark?

A secondary logos and submarks are additional designs that fall within your branding standards that can be used for various sitatuons. Think of favicons, simplified looks, etc.

Why do I need a secondary logo or submark?

You might be asking yourself… why do I need a submark? Well, you know when you take your logo + try to squish it into that little profile on Facebook or Instagram? How readable is that mark? Let me guess… it’s probably not great. That is where your submarks come in! They give you variations of your logo to use for different situations. Submarks are great for social media, collateral items, stamps, favicons and much more. ⠀

What file types will I receive?

We deliver our final files in .jpeg, .eps, .pdf, .svg and .png. If you are wondering what the heck that all means, don’t worry… we lay it all out for you when we deliver the final files with best uses for each file type.

Will I receive a black and white logo?

Yes, all of our final logos + marks come in various color, including black, white and your brand colors.