Logo design for business.

A distinctive visual depiction of your business and brand is created by your logo design. It’s an essential component of brand identity and acts as a visible emblem to help customers recognise and distinguish your business from rivals. A well-designed logo communicates to your target audience the essence of your business’s principles, personality, and offering in a way that is straightforward, memorable, and aesthetically pleasing.

Make it adaptable to function on a variety of surfaces and sizes, including websites, social media platforms (Facebook, Instagram), and business cards. A thoughtfully designed logo attracts attention while fostering familiarity and trust with customers to increase brand awareness and loyalty.

Design considerations.

Teamwork makes the dreamwork! Here are some things to think about while we develop your logo and make your business visually stand out.

Brand identity

Your logo must accurately capture the character, values, and identity of your business. Think about the message you want to deliver and the emotions you want your customers to feel when they see it? You want them to feel comfortable and familiar when they see your icon or colours right?


A straightforward and instantly recognised logo usually makes a good first impression. Avoid overly complex or cluttered designs that could be difficult to duplicate or remember. Choose clear fonts, sharp shapes, and simple lines so that your customers can recognise and remember it.

Scalabilty and versatility

Your logo will be used across various platforms and sizes so it’s important that the design retains its clarity and legibility when scaled up or down. A versatile logo can adapt to different mediums without losing its visual impact. Take into consideration how the logo will look on different backgrounds.

Colour and typography

Choose colours and fonts that align with your brand’s personality and appeal to your customers. Colours evoke emotions and associations, so consider the psychological impact of different colour choices. Typography need to be legible, appropriate, and reflective of your brand’s tone and style.


A logo should withstands the test of time. Avoid trends or fads that may quickly become outdated. A timeless logo design ensures longevity and avoids the need for frequent rebranding which saves time and resources, and money.

Where to use your logo.

Your business logo can be used in various contexts to reinforce consistency and build recognition.

  1. Website: Place it prominently on your website’s header or footer to establish brand identity.
  2. Business cards: Incorporate it on business cards to leave a lasting impression on potential customers.
  3. Signage: Display it on storefront signs or office signage to create a strong visual presence and help customers easily identify your shop front.
  4. Social media profiles: Use it as the profile picture across your social media platforms and ensure that it’s consistent on all online channels.
  5. Packaging: Include it on product packaging to create a professional and cohesive look.
  6. Email signatures: Make your emails more visually appealing and on brand with your logo.
  7. Promotional materials: Have any promotional items don the logo such as pens, t-shirts, mugs, or tote bags.
  8. Presentations: Feature it on presentation slides to maintain professionalism during meetings, conferences, or webinars.
  9. Advertisements: Illustrate it in print or digital advertisements to connect the ad with your business.
  10. App icons: Use it as an app icon for your mobile app to make it easy to locate on devices.


Remember, a cohesive brand can only be achieved by using your logo with consistency across these platforms and materials.