Every business, every brand, and every product in the world need a logo. A logo designer has a huge and lucrative clientele.
But there's more! Providing logo design services is a great gateway to forging a successful win-win relationship with a client so that you're best placed to then offer other design services and do more exciting and creative work. Logo design is the passport to enter a promised land of business opportunity!
In this course, you will learn:
the theory and art behind creating logos
how to find logo design clients
how to communicate with a client before and after the design process,
how to design logos
how create logos electronically using mostly Adobe Illustrator
the business of logo design
how and what to charge the client
how to ensure a win-win relationship that results in repeat business for you.
This course is suitable for beginners in the world of design as well as folks who've been working for an agency for a few years and want to branch out there or go it alone!
My name's Rob Cubbon and I've been running a web and graphic design business for nearly 10 years. Over that time I've designed many logos and identities for many different clients and, time and time again, I've found that a successful logo design project is the catalyst for a great business relationship – a business relationship that could be worth hundreds of thousands of dollars for your business – and great, fun and creative work.
Becoming a logo designer is a fantastic and creative way to make a living – it's also very lucrative.
What are the requirements?
What am I going to get from this course?
learn how to design a logo
discover the best ways to find good clients
understand the importance of client communication
use my special logo design questionnaire for client communication
download sample proposals and contracts
calculate what to charge the client and find out how to make sure you get paid the right amount
appreciate the fine art of logo design
use your abilities as a logo designer as a passport to providing all sorts of other services and work for clients
What is the target audience?
folks with some design knowledge and expertise
people who've been in design agencies for a few years and want to branch out within that agency or want to go it alone and set up their own design business