Your Personalised Logo Design Service
Andrea, Moo Web Design’s dedicated designer in Edinburgh, will work with you during the whole logo design process. Samples of work can be seen on these pages so you can be confident of the quality of service provided.
Target audience is foremost in mind
Each logo design is unique and your business objectives and target audience is foremost in mind. Effective identity design changes people’s perception of a business, which will help to increase the volume of sales and enquiries – it’s worth investing in this stage to get it right.
5 Custom Logo Concepts
3 Rounds of Revisions
Print and Web Files Provided
How We Work
Make an Enquiry
Please get in touch with us in any way that suits you, phone or email. We will be keen to meet or have a phone chat with you to find our more about your requirements and learn about your business.
A consultation is typically about 30 minutes face to face, or about 15 minutes in a phone call. We want to hear about your business vision, learn about your business.
With a proper and considered understanding of what you need to achieve for your business, we will put together a proposal detailing what you are paying for and a break down of our logo service to you.
You complete a logo questionnaire, providing us with your requirements. We study your questionnaire, research your competitors and business area.
We begin by sketching ideas, then move onto the the computer, creating 4 concepts which we present to you in a PDF document. You will see how your logo will look in various media. We make revisions and refinements to get it exactly right for you.
We take on revisions and refinements to ensure your logo is exactly to our high standards and that it reflects your business vision. We release the logo files for web and print media and we can provide you with any additional files you may require.
Whatever looking for, we can provide you with a logo package which will give you an unbeatable start to your business
Premium Logo Design
Logo and 50 Business Cards
Frequently asked questions
How does a free consultation work?
We arrange a time and date, and you can decide whether you want a phone, zoom or face to face meeting. It’s good to meet and chat about your requirements and for you to decide if we are a good fit. We learn about your vision and can answer any question you have. This helps us with putting together a costing. There is no obligation to proceed.
Do I pay a deposit?
We require 50% deposit for any project. This commits both parties to the work.
How do you present logo concepts?
You will be sent a PDF of 5 logo concepts. The logos will be presented on a variety of media, which will reflect your business and how the logo is going to be used. It’s a great way of seeing how your logo will eventually be used, how it will look and how your company brand will unfold.
What happens if I don't like the logos you have created?
I am happy to say that this has rarely happened, if ever at all. We are very keen to get it right and will work with you to ensure you are very happy with your logo
How long does a logo project take?
We don’t like to rush a logo design as to get the best ideas we need to work with your logo over a time. We like to start with researching your business area. We then start with sketches, thinking through ideas. Finally we use a Vector based computer program which gives the perfect finish for a logo. Once we have concepts we present them Often amendments are minor and the final logo comes together quickly.
If I want business cards, can you get them printed?
Yes. We create business card visuals, front and back. Once you are happy with the look, we can organise printing and shipping to your address. We use a high quality well known printers.
What information do you need to get started on a logo?
On agreement to proceed with a logo project we provide you with a logo questionnaire. There are five sections with questions relating to your business, your vision and your target market. This gives us a great reference point when creating ideas.
Who owns copyright of the logo?
You own the copyright.