http://robertoblake.com/logo-design Graphic Designer Roberto Blake explains the Logo Design Process and what is expected when developing a new logo design for clients.
Logo Design is serious business because we are talking about your “name”, and when it comes to your company or your career, you’re only as good as your name. That’s why professional logo design is so very important. Your logo goes before you like a banner, and conveys who you are to your clients and establishes who you are vs. your competitors, telling them what you’re about; in essence “you are your logo”.
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looks like im getting paid top dollar lol jk
Hi Roberto, great video, very interested to see your graphic design pricing video and client questionnaire. Keep the videos coming and keep creating awesomeness.
you are awesome man! glad to found you.
Robert you should change your last name to Blade, because you were as sharp as I needed providing a very accurate disclosure of all the phases included in the business process side. Thanks man!
Kathy again, not computer savv y like you' I do want to learn tho
Hi Roberto'' my name is kathy- I subscribe to your channel' I have learned a lot' my question is how are you able to access my email but I can't reply back' so can you tell me how to respond to a comment
I do not recall when living on the East coast that there were more than 24 hours in any given day but seeing the output you have just in videos an East coast day MUST be at least 32 hours long!! I truly enjoy your insight, they are well articulated and have the feel of unbiasedness… two items sorely missing with many a YouTube content provider, thanks!
I can't get enough of your videos. I'm going on a watch-binge like I was catching up on Game of Thrones.
Thanks this helped me alot!
So where do I start as a graphic desginer?
im a graphic designer and ive never heard a better explanation and process of logo design…awesome vids!!!
You seem like a pretty good teacher. Your videos are very informative, keep it up
Amazing intel on the way to go about business as apposed to the creation. Much appreciated. Any update on the podcast ? Im a graphic, menswear, painter designer from Hollywood. Great videos man, keep it up!
I don't normally seek to agree with with the client on an idea before proceeeding to execution. I normally present at least three different, almost fully executed ideas, and 9 times out of ten, they'll go woth one of the directions.Then we'll finalize from there. I've been doing this for 15 years, and it's worked well for me so far. One of the reasons, is that you can't rely on the client to be able to fully visualize the concept.
Very informative! Thanks!
I like what you share. But i think you need to visualize more than just face' shoot.
I have a question about font use in logos. Say for example, I download a font from dafont.com and it has a read me with it that says it's free for commercial use and royalty free, I can then use it in a logo and sell it to someone can't i? I mean regardless I still make minor tweeks to maybe the kernings or shoulders after I expand the type and make it more original but I should be fine using it shouldn't I?
Hey Roberto, thanks for making this video. It's really awesome of you to take the time to put this together. I really appreciate it!
I have a question. You mentioned that you present the client with a full colour logo, a white against black, and black against white version. I'm guessing this mean that you also provide the client with EPS, JPEGS, & PNGS for the three different versions?
Great tips! Thanks for making this video!
LOL Clients see limited revisions as the nightmare.
How and at what stage should I tell them they should pay for every step that is taken? (without being rude)