Liverpool UK Branding Expert Logo Design Studio Service Packages Launched

Liverpool, UK branding & logo design studio Logo Design Hero launched new service packs for its logo design services. The Gold, Silver, and Bronze packages provide clients with quick and affordable design concepts, concept revisions, guaranteed service satisfaction and quick turnaround times.

Liverpool, United Kingdom - May 17, 2018 /PressCable/ —

Liverpool, UK branding & logo design studio Logo Design Hero announced the launch of new service packages. The three new packages offer affordable high-quality branding options with low turnaround times.

More information about Logo Design Hero is available at http://logodesignhero.com

The three new packages – Gold, Silver, and Bronze – offer clients a combination of design concepts, revisions, concept redrawing, and turnaround times between 3 and 7 days. The Gold and Silver packages allow clients the flexibility of requesting an unlimited number of revisions on a selected design concept. The firm’s premium Gold pack provides clients with 5 design concepts and 3 concept re-drawings.

The Liverpool branding studio employs a scientific understanding of colour psychology and aesthetics to help individuals and businesses visualize and define their brand identity in terms of visually appealing and engaging logos. Logo Design Hero provides customers with custom-designed logos that avoid the use of clip-art or pre-existing templates.

The Merseyside logo designers deliver the approved final logo in multiple scalar and vector formats within the delivery schedule specified for each package. The firm also revises and updates existing logos, changing fonts, colours, and minor design elements for a small fee. The estimated delivery time for the first draft of a logo design is approximately 48 hours.

According to a spokesperson for Logo Design Hero, “The introduction of new design packages is a step towards making world-class branding and logo design available to individuals and businesses in and around the city of Liverpool.”

Established as a design collective and branding company in Liverpool, Logo Design Hero also provides design services for stationery, banner ads, brochures, and other marketing collateral. The studio’s logo design portfolio showcases work done for clients in the areas of technology, healthcare, sports, real estate, and infrastructure services. More information is available at the URL above.

Contact Info:
Name: Alan Mack
Organization: Logo Design Hero
Address: 7 Elderberry Close, Liverpool, Merseyside L11 4UN, United Kingdom
Phone: +44-7801-474227

For more information, please visit http://logodesignhero.com/

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 346440

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