A logo for $5?!

Posted by Paul Munro  |  15 Feb 2016

We don’t just develop logos, we build brands.

Your logo is the cornerstone of your corporate identity. When first exposed to your brand, a viewer will subconsciously make assumptions about who you are, what you do, and how well you might do it.

It is so common for businesses to underestimate the importance of their identity. Furthermore, we are in an age where people can pay $5 for a logo or even get one for free. With so much riding on the perception of a business, it can be difficult to understand why people cut corners with the very foundation of their visual marketing.

Our logo design process begins with getting to know your business. From understanding your goals and objectives to clearly defining your target audience, we build the foundations of a brief that ensures your logo and its supporting elements deliver results (and don’t just look pretty). We develop a strong identity unique to you – a style you can take ownership of that builds awareness of who you are and the quality you offer.

Forge took the time to find out exactly what I wanted in a logo design, communicated with me throughout the process, and delivered an amazing logo in a very short time frame. – Jacqueline Tyler, Rethink Nutrition

It all starts with getting to know you and your business. What are your goals and objectives? Who are your target market and who are your competitors?

Our real passion lies with the relationships we build with our clients. Whilst we can certainly produce a one-off logo design, what really excites us is working together to ensure your brand is consistently executed across everything you do. This means we have a vested interest and genuine passion to see your brand succeed.


We’d love to hear your ideas. In fact, we’d love to shout you a coffee over a creative planning session (no strings attached). Click here to get in touch with us, or here if you are ready to start a project.

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