Your Logo Is a Snapshot Your Brand.
The logo design and corporate identity lay the visual foundation of a brand.
A great logo is also uncomplicated, flexible and stays fresh, while leaving a lasting impression that’s easily recognizable.
From the logo, we derive the corporate identity, color palette, stationery, presentation formats, style sheets … everything that’s public-facing. And, with simple usage guidelines, we can help prevent the identity from becoming diluted by misuse.
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What Some of Our Logo Design Clients Are Saying:
After Foundation of HOPE expressed interest in creating a new brand image and accompanying promotional materials, Step2 Branding & Design worked closely with the HOPE staff to design an eye-catching logo that effectively represents HOPE. Step2 then designed a clean, inviting, easy-to-navigate website, as well as several brochures and business cards for our organization. We continue to work with Step2 to update our website. The Step2 staff never fails to be accommodating, professional and happy to help us with our various requests. It’s a pleasure working with them and it’s reassuring to know that we can consistently rely on Step2 Branding & Design.
I had just decided that I wanted to venture out on my own as a personal trainer and needed to get my name and brand out in time for the holidays. Ron took the vague ideas I had about the symbols and colors I wanted to use and crystallized them into my logo and brand. His work was exactly the jump-start I needed to get going, but the thing I appreciated most about working with Ron was his honesty and willingness to tell me what would and would not work and providing me with the occasional, much-needed reality check.
On behalf of David’s House Ministries, we are very satisfied with the logo and stationery design. Step2 is easy to communicate with and very creative. If you want creative, out-of-the-box thinking, I would highly recommend Step2 for your branding needs.
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