Logo Design In Kansas City

Logo design & brand standards.

Brand Standards

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Word Marks

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Logos (we need a better word/term for this, because wordmarks ARE logos)

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Utilizing your brand.

Digital Applications

Website Header – Tell users who you are as soon as they land on your site. Clicking on the logo in a website header typically takes the user to the website’s home page.

Favicon – For having dimensions of only 16×16 pixels, this icon has an important job! A favicon is a representation of your logo that appears in the address bar next to your website’s url. It helps users keep track of your site in their browser and also lets them identify your site in their bookmarks.

Social Media – Be sure to use your logo as your profile image in your company’s various social media accounts.

Email Signature and E-Newsletters – Include an embedded logo image in your email signature for a polished and professional sign-off.

Print Applications

Business Cards – Your logo will be the main feature of your business cards, so make sure it’s awesome!

Brochures – Incorporate your logo into any brochures, catalogs, or other informative print material. You may even use it a few times throughout.

Product Labels and Packaging – Make sure your customers know what their getting by having your logo front-and-center on any product.

Direct Mail and Print Ad Campaigns – Brand recognition is essential for any advertising campaign, so make sure your logo is prominent.