Logo Design

Give your brand/business an awesome identity with our logo designing services. Start with a initial amount of ₹99 (its refundable if you cancel the order before it completes).

  • After you complete this order we will contact you to discuss it.
  • Then after finalizing your design after sometime we will contact you to share you the quote price for the logo design.
  • Don’t worry if you want to cancel this order anytime before it completes we will refund all your money back.
  • After the order completes than we can only do revisions in it but cannot cancel.


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What is a Logo?

A logo is a graphic mark, emblem, symbol, or stylized name used to identify a company, organization, product, or brand. It may take the form of an abstract or figurative design, or it may present as a stylized version of the company’s name if it has sufficient brand recognition.

Logos have become an integral part of companies’ brand identities. A widely and instantly recognized logo is a valuable intangible asset for a corporation and is thus trademarked for intellectual property protection in the majority of situations.


  • A logo is a visual symbol used to instantly identify a company, organization, product, or brand.
  • Logos may show an entity’s name spelled out with letters or they may be abstract designs, such as the Nike stripe.
  • Some logos contain hidden messaging, for example, keen observers will notice how the FedEx logo contains a white arrow shape, in the negative space between the letters E and X, to symbolize delivery accuracy.
  • Logos are an important part of a brand’s identity, and instantly recognizable logos are valuable property to a company.
  • Logos are intellectual property protected under trademark law.
  • Some companies with the most famous logos are Coca-Cola, McDonald’s, Nike, Starbucks, Apple, and Mercedes-Benz.

Understanding A Logo

Logos are meant to visually identify a company. The logo can contain the company’s name or just be a visual representation. A company’s logo is most often plastered on any association with it: on the products it sells, on advertisements, on sponsorship deals, or donations to charities. A logo is meant to quickly and appealingly draw an individual’s attention to the company.

While logos aim to bring instant brand recognition, some cleverly maintain hidden messaging that only eagle-eyed consumers may spot. Consider the logo of the package delivery company FedEx. A close study of the logo reveals that the negative space between the letters E and X shows an arrow, which suggests delivery accuracy and a forward-looking business dynamic. Another example comes in the logo for Wendy’s restaurant; the lines in the collar of Wendy’s blouse spell out the word “MOM,” to suggest a homey feeling.

The use of color is an important element in logo design. Due to the mechanics of human visual perception, color and contrast are critical to detecting visual details. The vast majority of consumers tend to associate different colors and different color combinations with different meanings. As an example, in the U.S., red, white, and blue colored designs evoke feelings of patriotism.


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