Logo is an ambassador of your brand

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Why create a logo for your business?

Creating a logo for your business is the first step in your communication strategy. Also called a logotype, the logo is a graphic representation of your company which has the function of:

  • Strengthen the image of your company,
  • Mark the minds of your targets,
  • Stand out from your competitors,
  • Develop your notoriety and your brand image,
  • Reassure your customers, …

When creating your logo, you will be asked to think about and choose its colors and typography. The colors and typography chosen for your logo will in fact constitute your visual identity. Indeed, the logo will constitute the basis of your visual identity as well as an essential step before communicating via printed or digital media.

Your logo will also have to adapt to all your communication media.

Print Media

  • Visit card,
  • Commercial brochure ,
  • Flyer, leaflet, product sheet,
  • Poster, roll up,
  • Envelope, letterhead,
  • Vehicle marking,
  • Packaging

The Web

  • Website, blog,
  • Social networks,
  • Newsletter…
Each of these uses impose constraints, here are some of them:
    • The shape: square, round or rectangular,
    • Size: small or large,
    • Colors: four-color or monochrome.

We, at Digital Marketing Lahore, believe that a logo is a paramount investment that a company can make. We know that a logo is not just an image; it is the face of a brand. Most often, it is the first thing that a potential customer is likely to notice about your brand. A logo can make or tarnish the first impression of the brand.

Our designers have fashioned and crafted logos for start-ups as well as the well-reputed brands. We are committed to study and understand the brand, and then produce a logo that captures its individuality. Digital Marketing Lahore crafts logos that are distinctive and unique enough to be recognized; yet, they are simple enough to deliver the message effectively.

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