With our Vector Logo Design services, we’ll take your ideas and turn them into a stunning, high-resolution logo that represents your brand with vivid color and clear lines. Plus – your vector logo file will be added to our database, making it available to your partners, affiliates and others that help promote your business.
Vector Logo Design
How It Works
Here’s what to expect when you purchase a vector logo from us:
Service Levels and Pricing
All Packages include a final deliverable of the logo in the following formats/sizes: .eps, .ai, .jpg, .png & a 1080 x 1080 .png (square for use on social platforms)
How long does this take?
Can I add on additional designers after I see the first round of drafts?
What counts as a "round" of feedback and edits?
Starting with your first drafts, we’ll send you a set of questions to help you provide detailed feeback. You’ll take your time to provide the feedback (I don’t like that color, can we use the font from the first one, but the icon from the second one, etc) in a single response. We’ll then use that feedback to create the next round of drafts. So, each time you send us feedback, that’ll count as one “round”.
What if I don't like any of the designs?
Can I have my money back if I don't like any of the designs?
No. We’re able to keep our prices fairly low because of our commitment to communication. As long as you participate in the process and keep an open mind, you’ll walk away with a logo that you’re happy with.
What Does “Vector” Mean?
Vector logos are created using lines instead of dots. This allows the logos to be scaled large and small without losing quality. Logos can be stretched larger without becoming fuzzy or blurry. Logos can also be shrunk down without distortion.
How Are Vector Logos Different?
Vector logos are saved in formats like .eps and .ai. These files tend to be large since they hold a lot of data. Unlike .gifs, .jpgs and .png logos that are saved in specific sizes (ie 250 pixels x 250 pixels) and DPI resolutions (dots per inch), vector logos are saved with elements that are not restricted by size.
When Are Vector Logos Used?
While they can be used on websites and social media, vector logos are most commonly used for print and for mobile applications. Vector logo files contain the information a printer needs to scale your logo to fit a page or imprinted items as well as the colors and fonts used to create your logo.
Vector logos are also becoming popular for mobile applications. The high-resolution displays and varying sizes of screens on phones and tablets can result in digital images being distorted. Vector images can adapt to the changing display environments and shine through with sharp colors and defined lines.