I need a brand.

That's great news! Please answer and send us the following information. By doing this you are providing us with the information we need to estimate your project.

1. Name

Detail the exact wording that must appear on your logo i.e. My Company Name Financial Services.

2. Your company

Indicate if you are and established company or new venture.

3. Business sector

Describe your business type i.e. Insurance Brokers, Engineering, Catering Supplies etc

4. Your competition

List URL’s – website addresses of your competitors – indicate which of these you admire.

5. Target market

Please indicate who is you target market and on a scale of 1-10 position your company in the market.

6. Likes & dislikes

Make a short list of logos and brands you admire, not necessarily in your industry. Indicate your colour preferences or dislikes. Supply mood sheets if possible (paper cuttings 1 sheet of likes and 1 of dislikes)

7. About you

Are you the main decision maker or are the decisions made by committee.

8. Legals

Are you are intending to apply for copyright or trademark for your new logo (supply details of your solicitor).

9. Your budget

£500-£1000, £1,000-£5,000, £5,000-£10,000, £10,000-£20,000, £20,000+ If you are intending to apply for copyright or TM your logo you will need a budget of at least £5,000 plus your legal costs

10. Timescale

Indicate a desired timescale.

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Step 1. Briefing.

You can email us, call us, or arrange to visit us at our studio at Tonge Mill, meet the team and discuss your project.

You may already have a detailed plan of what you require or you might want a bit of creative input – whatever you need, we can discuss it over a cuppa and come up with a plan. We can also show you lots of examples of our work, which might give you some new ideas.

Step 2. Estimating.

The next stage is where we give you a written estimate. Quite often we can provide this on the same day. If you’ve got a budget in mind, let us know right from the start, so that we know what we’re working with.

You might be pleasantly surprised – a website doesn’t have to have a huge budget to make a big impact.

Step 3. Commissioning.

Commissioning comes next. If you’re happy with the estimate and with our proposals, we can get going. A simple exchange of paperwork is all we need to formalise the agreement.

The design process. The work will be scheduled into production and we will keep in touch through every stage of design, so that you end up with a website you can be proud to show off.

Step 4. The exciting bit.

Finally, completion. Towards the end of the project, we’ll ask you to sign off the work. Outstanding accounts will be settled, your project will be completed, backed up and filed.

We will be on hand for any support you need.

And then on to the next exciting project!

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