In need of a logo design for your company? ReLogo Design offers custom logo design for your business, website, or whatever.
Entering the home page you will immediately see three very attractive, and very professional logo designs. I immediately recognized them as professional because they follow a couple of important rules for logos. The first being, can you easily describe them verbally, and second they represent the companies title. Looking at the first company Logo, Spotburn, I don’t think you can come up with a better logo than that. What does it look like, a flame surrounding a spot. Looking at the second, the logo is dead on as well. The name of the company is Etnernaleds. Verbal description, light bulb with flame. Does it match logo? Yes. Flames often represent eternal, and the light bulb represents the led, or lighting industry. A perfect logo design if it were my company.
It’s important to have a logo that is easily describable because when someone is talking about your company, the logo may be the only thing they can remember. So, in conversation, I could imaging someone talking about Eternaleds saying something like, “Haven’t you seen that those vans driving around with the green light bulb on it?” A good logo often upscales the company name.
Getting back to ReLogo Design though, they offer a lot of tips about logo design. They have a pricing packages that you can select from if you are ready to get things going A.S.A.P., and they also have a gallery to check out what they are capable of. Before signing up for a pricing package though, I would use their order page, or contact page first. The order page lets you input several factors about what you want so the owner can get a good idea what is best for you. The order page doesn’t require you to purchase anything at that time, its just there to get your details, and begin the process. I have a website I am working on, I may have to test them out.
A pretty snazzy looking site I must say, obviously designed by a graphic artist. It’s owned by Repiro Media. I will have to put that site in my future review list.