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Raj Designs’ specializes in designing unique and attractive logos for all types of business. Designing logos is not only our job, it is our passion and we put in all our efforts to represent your business in a graphical form that instantly connects with your brand prospect, customers and clients.

Why Choose Us:

  • 100% original designs without any clip art or logo generator
  • Fast turnaround time with transparent and easy process
  • Affordable price range
  • Multiple file formats provided for print and web
  • Team consisting of graphic designers, a visualizer and Project Manager to take care of individual projects
  • Add-on services like Letterheads, business cards, brochures, Corporate Identity Manuals, Logo Usage Guide etc.
  • Excellent support and assistance throughout the designing process

At Raj Designs we have a team of professionals who have vast experience and expertise in designing logos that will simply amaze you.

Apart from logo designing, we also specialize in corporate identity designs. Our goal is to provide our clients with thoroughly professional and affordable and thematic designs for unifying all stationery products that help them build a strong brand value and stand out from the competition. Building a logo with us is extremely easy, quick and convenient. We have quickly become the favourite logo designer of numerous satisfied clients all around the world with our unique concepts, creativity, sincerity, commitment and willingness to take up new challenges.

A corporate logo is a process of preparing a brand image of an organization. It is a very thoughtful process of making an attractive corporate trademark. Try walking down the street in a city. Take a look around you; what are some things that you might see on billboards, shop windows, or shopping bags? Logos! There are some logos that, without even looking at them, you will know what company they are for, what they represent, and the types of products that they make available. We are going to let you in on how companies, business, and individuals use images and words to tell a story about their product or brand. Let’s get started!

Planning

We are going to split up the design process into three stages: initial planning, creating the design, and finalizing and fine tuning your design. Let’s begin by going over some things you will need to keep in mind when brainstorming the design of your logo.

Our creative development consists of several stages:

  • Stage 1 – Brainstorming / Research
  • Stage 2 – Concept development
  • Stage 3 – Digital visualisation
  • Stage 4 – Final concept tweaking
  • Stage 5 – Final design

Audience

Who is your logo targeting?  Consider the market that you are going into.  Are you targeting the fashion industry, cars, or food?  Determining the people you are getting at will help you figure out things such as which color scheme would work best for your logo.

Function

Determine the purpose that your logo is going to serve. You should be able to come up with a clear idea of what you are going to want your audience to get from your logo. With most companies, they are going to want to focus on creating a brand that is going to leave a stamp in people’s minds. Focus on incorporating these functions into your logo:

  • Memorable :  Make a logo that will help customers create associations with your product and your logo.
  • Trust :  People will be more likely to spend their money on a reputable brand than on a lesser-known one.
  • Creativity :  Having a creative logo is going to get people to admire your brand and create a good and thoughtful impression.

Images or Words

Your logo can incorporate images, words, or both into your design.  It is up to you to decide what would be the best fit for your logo.  Here are some things to consider:

  • Do you need to build name recognition?  If you do not yet have the funds to spend a lot of time on designing, a name logo might be the way to go.  However, if your name is too long or generic, go ahead and leave it out.
  • Consider where you plan to put your logo and if an image or name would be better for readability.

Color

With color, you probably will not get to be too creative.  If the company already has a color scheme, it is important to follow it, as color schemes are very familiar to the eye.  If the company does not yet have a color scheme, do some research on colors pertaining to the type of product you are selling for some helpful tips for your market.

Keep it Simple

Remember that a logo is just that — a logo.  Logos are generally on the small side and to the point.  Keep this in mind as you are designing your own.  Avoid a lot of colors, words, or multiple patterns or layers.  A simple logo is much cheaper, easier to create, and practical.