Logo and branding development
Jim Byrne and Associates have designed logos and assisted in the branding process for a number of clients, including:
- Council for Learning Resources in Colleges (Colric)
- North Lanarkshire Federation Tenants and Residents
- Get Connected and Lead
- Ability Fest
- Women's history Scotland
- Eden Voluntary Society for the Blind and Partially Sighted (EVSB)
If you are working in the voluntary, public or education sector our experience means we are well equipped to understand your needs and the culture your organisation operates in.
Areas we will analyse as part of the logo/branding development incude:
- History of the organisation
- Target client group/market
- Services or products provided
- Existing branding
- Your Competitors
- Market research and marketing strategies
We will undertake a thorough briefing process to ensure a successful outcome:
1 Understanding the task
A graphical logo must effectively reflect the position of your organisation within the appropriate markeplace/area.
2. Understanding how the logo will be used
A logo must be suitable for print, organisational literature, advertising material and website use.
3 Completed in time
We will agree a timeline for mockups and completion of the project.
The project will be completed within your budget constraints.
5 Design constraintsDesign will work within constraints such as required use of existing colour scheme.
The Evaluation and final acceptance of the logo with be made by the commissioning organisation/client.
Contact us today to discuss your branding needs or the development of a new logo for your organisation.
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