I like the name....I don't think it is too long. Ask for a vector file. That way no matter how small or large you scale the logo it will stay sharp and crisp.
Ask them how many revisions you would get. Ask them how many colors my logo should be. Have him design it in black and white. Once you are satisfied, then go to color. Makes the process easier.I'm meeting the Logo Designer tomorrow and we have e-mailed one another back and forth and are officially meeting in person tomorrow.
I'm wondering what are some good questions to ask a designer are there special files i need so it looks high quality? Does a logo with a name such as "Brother To Brother" seem to long?
perhaps someone can help me out here with this so I get a good design that catces peoples eyes.
I think this is solid advice, but also make sure of a expected time line for completion.I know some artist are not always timely. ... JBAsk what has he done lately. Look at his portfolio. That will tell you right off the bat if he can produce the quality of logo you are looking for.
I am also with Master on the contest/bid route. I don't think I will ever get another logo done any other way. Other design sites:
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