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  • $15 hourly
    Hey, what's up? Ladilon here, and thanks for stopping by. I firmly believe that your design is the ambassador of your brand, and it reflects and represents you. It helps you visualize your market. My top skills include illustration, logo design, format/layout (brochures, business cards, tarpaulins, poster, signage, press releases, print mediums, etc.), infographics, packaging, newsletters, and web design, website asset, banners, landing page, and eBook. I am highly proficient in the Adobe Creative Cloud, especially Illustrator and Photoshop. I love Figma as well. I am offering you these Graphic Design Services: ● Advertising Design ● Brand Identity Design ● Clothing & Merchandise Design ● Cover Art Design ● Editorial Design ● Large Format Design ● Marketing Collaterals ● Packaging Design ● Print Design ● Website Design My interests take the form of all things drawing: such as anime characters, cartoons, abstract, hand lettering, and illustration. I have a wide breadth of skills that allow me to conquer a large spectrum of graphic design. My more than ten years of experience in logo design and branding for new business startups and large established companies is my edge. I entered the Web Development field as a Web Designer and transitioned into more of a Front End Web Developer I was primarily responsible for customizing WordPress themes for client websites, taking PSD layouts and Sketch files to production. I designed a fair amount of websites and also worked with our graphic designers to translate their work to the Frontend of our landing page application. I made sure to cover responsive and cross-browser design and implementation in my QA process. I am a team player. These are some of my best practices when developing a website functionality: I – Website Speed / Load Times • Website site speed is a measure of how quickly your pages for a visitor coming to the website. • The more functions you ask the website to perform (play videos, pop-ups, multiple images, files, keep navigation open, etc.) can affect the website's speed. • Google offers a free developer tool that scans the website and provides insights for improving speeds for the developers. II – Website Responsiveness over Multiple Device screen sizes. Developing a responsive website that works on mobile and smaller screens is pretty much SOP these days. Still, it is also a good idea for the developers to review the responsiveness on multiple devices and screens. III – Checking the website functionality on multiple browsers. Sometimes, the look and functionality of websites are not consistent over various browsers (Chrome, Firefox, Explorer). Sometimes when a browser updates, it goes out of sync with certain websites. This rarely happens, but when it does cause a website to break, it can be an annoyance. IV– Be Careful Not to Hack Child Themes • Child themes are specific areas of the website, and developers will often hack into a child theme to add functionality to the website. For example, you want music to play along with the image slider, but this functionality is not built into the theme itself, so the developer must do some custom coding. The problem is that it is not a best practice to hack a theme, and when the theme updates from time to time, it will break the functionality until that custom code is re-installed. And if the original developer is not around at the time of the update, then a new developer must scramble to figure out what the custom coding was. • If any coding is done, the developers should make notes, and these notes be accessible for the owners for future reference. V – ADA (Americans with Disabilities Act) / 508 Compliance • Certain websites are required to conform to ADA standards for individuals with vision issues who use tools like readers to browse the internet. • It is not only descriptive alt tags and media descriptions but also the website structure itself. Specific color combinations, Flash features, etc., make it difficult for the readers. • It is better to use best practices while building the website because there is a cottage industry of litigators that scour the web and threaten legal action for noncompliance. IV – Human Check and Limit Personal Contact information • Make sure the website forms have some time off “Human Check” to reduce the Spam on the website. • It is also a good idea to limit personal contact information available on public sections of websites. You don’t want crawlers to get your personal contact information which could lead to large amounts of spam being sent to your accounts. I am excited every day to wake up and do what I love! Creativity and design are my passion in life. I look forward to working with you! I am at your service.
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    Figma
    Web Design
    Landing Page
    Presentation Design
    Front-End Development
    WooCommerce
    UI/UX Prototyping
    Illusions Online Illusions
    Video Editing
    3D Animation
    WordPress
  • $50 hourly
    I am a profesional designer with 9+ years of experience in: - UI/UX Design - Web design - App design - Responsive design - Brand identity - Logo design - Illustration and graphics I am always striving for excellence with an aim to deliver the highest quality performance in every project. Through creativity and innovation, I seek to continuously improve. I love the latest technology projects as it keeps me updated about the latest trends. Recently been working with a lot of startups and companies for design projects for IoT, Fintech, real estate, and other projects. I firmly believe humans are visual creatures and I understand how visual communication is essential to the company’s success. Let's work together!
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    App Design
    Mobile UI Design
    Web Application
    Corporate Brand Identity
    Graphic Design
    Web Design
    Landing Page
  • $25 hourly
    Graphic design: logo, corporate printing, flyers, business cards, booklets, infographics. Web design: landing page, web banners, banner ads, social media images
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    Minimalist
    Photo Editing
    CorelDRAW
    Layout Design
    Vector Graphic
    Adobe Illustrator
    Graphic Design
    Adobe Photoshop
    Web Design
    Social Media Imagery
    Print Design
  • $75 hourly
    Hi, there! I am a professional designer with 15+ years of expertise in graphic design, art direction and creative strategy. Whether you’re looking to establish your brand; need printed materials like business cards, brochures, workbooks or flyers; are tackling a logo or identity revamp; want to take your social media graphics to the next level; or even if you just need to spice up a PowerPoint presentation—I’m here to help! As your freelancer, I am communicative, detail-oriented, self-motivated, and 100% invested in bringing your vision to life. My clients’ satisfaction is my top priority—I won’t stop until you’re completely happy with the finished product! I am no stranger to tight deadlines, and I always do whatever I can to accommodate quick turnarounds when needed without sacrificing the quality or integrity of a project. I love being able to use my design expertise to help others achieve their goals, and I am regularly on the lookout for new opportunities that allow me to craft and deliver innovative eye-catching visuals for my clients. Get in touch and let's create something amazing together!
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    Illustration
    Social Media Design
    Branding
    Microsoft PowerPoint
    Presentation Design
    Infographic
    Art Direction
    Adobe Acrobat
    Adobe Photoshop
    Adobe InDesign
    Graphic Design
    Adobe Illustrator
    Digital Design
    Print Design
  • $40 hourly
    My name is Molly Wooten and I am a graphic designer with a Bachelors in Graphic Design from Florida Atlantic University. I have been working within Adobe's Creative Cloud since 2012 and in the career field since 2015. Why hire me? - I am overly enthusiastic about making you happy about my art - I am dedicated whenever I get a project (100% of the time I run home to get my laptop so I can start already) - Quick turn around times as I work remotely - I am friendly and hope to create exceptional relations with the people I work with - Very spontaneous = very creative ideas on the go - I am always available to talk on the phone and my communication skills are impeccable I have been creating illustrations for over 10 years, 8 years have been in digital media exclusively, and I have the dedication to complete an extensive collection of imagery and media. I have worked with many top-rated companies to develop brand identities, print and design work, brochures, and more. I currently am employed as a magazine editor, which allows me to work with a wide variety of clients each month. Essential skills of time management, variation in design, and organization assist me in developing full publications. If you choose me, I would be very loyal to your ideas as I want your final product to be precisely what you dreamed about. Even before consideration, I would love to create some sketches and practice styles/images to show you that I can one hundred percent fill the role that you need. I am very versatile in photoshop, illustrator, and indesign and would love to have the ability to share my talent with you.
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    Adobe Premiere Pro
    Graphic Design
    Adobe Photoshop
    Adobe Illustrator
    Adobe InDesign
  • $45 hourly
    I am a designer, illustrator, and content creator with over 8 years of experience using digital art programs such as Adobe Photoshop and other associated products. My aim is to work with you, the client, on an individual basis to achieve goals specific to your needs. I begin by listening to your input and aesthetic or stylistic vision, delivering personalized sketches or step-by-step progress check-ins depending on your necessities. I offer quick communication with a skill emphasis on custom or personalized character design and animation. I am happy to offer style guidance, or to follow aesthetic choices that have already been established. I have worked as a freelancer illustrating for children's books, creating individualized art commissions, designing and coding web pages with the use of HTML and CSS, and creating animated advertisements for a start up and individuals with the use of Adobe After Effects and Premiere. I have a passion for cartooning, illustration, and color; with a desire to learn more and the motivation to actively pursue opportunities that allow me to do what I love and to deliver the best product I can to the individuals I work with. I graduated with a degree in Fine Arts from the University of Maryland, Baltimore County.
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    jQuery UI
    C
    T-Shirt Design
    Toon Boom Harmony
    Adobe After Effects
    Adobe Illustrator
    Adobe Character Animator
    Adobe Photoshop
    Character Design
    Illustration
    Animation
    Cartoon Art
  • $50 hourly
    With over 20 years of graphic design under my belt, I have worked in advertising in the music industry as well as banking and other corporate clients, I offer you a wide variety of creativity. I am incredibly attentive to detail and offer work in a very timely manner. I will be a valuable contributor to any design project and hope to have to the opportunity to work with you soon.
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    Interactive Design
    Photography
    Book Cover
    Adobe Illustrator
    Adobe InDesign
    Adobe Photoshop
    Print Design
    Signage
  • $64 hourly
    “Caitilin is a true professional.” I am a Squarespace expert in Charleston, SC, with a marketing and advertising background. I build clean, minimal Squarespace websites with attention to navigation and an engaging message. In addition, I provide stock photography and copy suggestions/edits and ensure that all the Squarespace SEO opportunities are met. I am fluent in Illustrator and Photoshop and can enhance your site with logos, graphics, and icons. View my portfolio at caitilinmcphillips.com
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    Copywriting
    Magazine Layout
    Social Media Marketing
    Squarespace
    Tutoring
    Copy Editing
    Stripe
    Responsive Design
    Graphic Design
    Adobe Illustrator
    Adobe Photoshop
    Adobe InDesign
    Web Design
  • $60 hourly
    Hello! I'm a senior UI/UX Designer based in Berlin and working for more than 7 years as a freelancer for companies in the US, Europe, and Brazil. I will help your small business or startup take off and achieve the much-needed digital presence these days, building from its branding strategy to its fully responsive and SEO friendly website. I have experience with UX Research, designing prototypes and developing e-commerce, company websites, and blogs. I have deep knowledge of Shopify and Wordpress, and their plugins, WooCommerce, and page builders such as Divi and Elementor, as well as a good understanding of HTML and CSS. Please check my portfolio at behance.net/denisekaminaga I'm looking forward to your message, so we can talk more about your next exciting project!
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    Brand Strategy
    UX & UI
    User Interface Design
    Elementor
    HTML
    Adobe XD
    CSS
    Figma
    InVision
    WooCommerce
    WordPress
  • $40 hourly
    “Excellent and very patient. Aleksa pays a lot of attention to detail and has a passion for his work.” “Aleksa is absolutely fantastic! He's a visionary. He has clear and precise communication. He's about getting your project right!” "I am beyond excited. My fiance thought I was having an affair because the communication with this guy was just so great! The world needs to experience his greatness!” I'm an architecture student, but have taken a bit of a turn towards graphic design. I am very good at translating this knowledge into commercial design, giving me the edge needed to stand out. I'm proficient in print and advertising material, whether it be hard copy or digital. I'm following the latest trends in web and app development, as I've found they're exquisitely intertwined with architectural concepts, so don't hesitate to pitch your idea to me!
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    Social Media Design
    Corporate Branding
    Presentation Design
    Stationery Design
    Brand Identity
    Social Media Imagery
    Editorial Design
    Adobe Illustrator
    Adobe InDesign
    Adobe Photoshop
    Print Design
    Layout Design
    Graphic Design
  • $35 hourly
    I'm an illustrator/Designer with over 20 years experience. I specialize in character design. I have experience in children's book illustrations, logo design, mascot design, toy design, package illustration, video game development, storyboards and T-shirt design. I worked as a designer in the Toy industry for a number of years where I worked on designs for various toy and candy products for Hasbro, Mattel, Playmates, FisherPrice and Mars Candy. My work involved product and character development, turn around technical illustrations for sculpting, full color product illustrations for packaging and presentation, storyboards, and some sculpting and model making. I also worked as a designer for a T-shirt company where I created designs for Children's T-shirts and Collegiate T-shirts for youth and adults. I have done illustrations for 8 children's books and I have done work with over 60 clients across the United States. I have excellent drawing skills and work primarily with Photoshop and Illustrator.
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    Playful Tone
    Digital Illustration
    Cartoon Character
    Illustration
    Adobe Illustrator
    Children's Book Illustration
    Storyboarding
    Line Drawing
    Character Design
    Black & White Style
    Adobe Photoshop
  • $50 hourly
    I am a Creative Designer offering skills in brand development, logo design, packaging design, product rendering, print design, illustration, typography, and marketing collateral development. I've worked with groups throughout many industries including fashion and apparel, outdoors, music and entertainment, healthcare, athletic, beauty and organic. I specialize in helping small businesses and individuals looking for a skilled artist to help realize their unique vision. I believe every client deserves the best you have to offer and I always look forward to a challenge! My process: 1. Briefing / Discussions 2. Research 3. Design Concept 4. Design Development 5. Revisions 6. Delivery I am a pro in Adobe Illustrator, Adobe Indesign, Adobe Photoshop, Wordpress. In my work, I do my best to meet my clients' expectations and deadlines. I look forward to discussing your project together! I welcome you to review my portfolio and contact me for some original work that will bring your ideas to life. Thanks for stopping by!
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    Food Photography
    Photography
    Corporate Brand Identity
    Typography
    Branding
    Label & Packaging Design
    Packaging Design
    Food Packaging
    Graphic Design
    Adobe InDesign
    Flyer Design
    Adobe Illustrator
  • $45 hourly
    Hi, my name is Melanie and I'm a passionate graphic designer from Canada. I've been working in the design industry for over 8 years, and during that time I've had the opportunity to work with a variety of clients across different sectors. My specialty lies in brand identity, and I love to help my clients bring their vision to life through my designs. After graduating, I decided to take my career on the road and became a digital nomad. This lifestyle has allowed me to combine my love for surfing and the ocean with my love for design. I have now found a home in Australia where I am permanently based. One of the things that set me apart from other designers is my ability to create designs that are clean, minimalistic, and impactful. I believe that less is more, and I always strive to create designs that are simple yet memorable. I'm a strong communicator, and I work closely with my clients to understand their needs and goals, and to ensure that the final product exceeds their expectations. I'm constantly learning and evolving as a designer, and I believe that staying up-to-date with the latest design trends and technologies is crucial to delivering quality work. Whether I'm designing a new logo, developing a comprehensive branding strategy, or creating illustrations for a client's marketing materials, I'm always excited to take on new challenges and create designs that make an impact in people's lives. I am eager to work with you! Please contact me so we can discuss how we can work together! For more information feel free to visit my website at lepagemelanie.com
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    Brand Identity
    UX & UI
    Photo Editing
    Illustration
    Stationery Design
    Graphic Design
    Adobe Photoshop
    Adobe InDesign
    Label & Packaging Design
    Adobe Illustrator
    Flyer Design
    Figma
    Layout Design
    Icon Design
    Brand Identity & Guidelines
  • $45 hourly
    I’m a graphic designer from Belgrade, Serbia, with 15 years of experience. I’m an expert for logo design & all other graphic illustrations. My passion is designing a logo. Your logo is your successful future, do not waste time, clutched perfect future. Expertise: Logo design, Graphic design, Art, Visual identity...
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    Corporate Brand Identity
    Graphic Design
    Business Card
    Adobe Illustrator
    Adobe Photoshop
  • $13 hourly
    Top Notch Quality Assured! Areas of expertise: Logo, T-Shirt, Business Card, Flyer, Brochure, Corporate Book Cover, Fillable pdf Form, YouTube Channel Art, Facebook Cover, Letterhead, PPT, Web Banner & Header, Promotional Marketing Materials, Video Editing & After Effects Template Customization. I am good at corporate professional style. Looking forward to hear from you!! :) Thank you Regards Arafat
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    Social Media Content
    Print Advertising
    Data Visualization
    Corporate Brand Identity
    Business Card
    Brochure
    Adobe Photoshop
    Poster Design
    Advertising Design
    Infographic
    Graphic Design
    Adobe After Effects
    Flyer Design
    Adobe Illustrator
  • $55 hourly
    I am a UI/UX designer and artist. I love to create interfaces that are both beautiful and efficient. My working areas are User Interface design, User Experience design, Responsive Web Design, iOS app design, Android app design, Web design, rapid prototyping and creating wireframe etc. I work with the following, but not only programs: Adobe XD, Sketch, Figma, Adobe After Effects, Adobe Illustrator, Adobe Photoshop, Zeplin, Trello, Jira etc.
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    Android
    iOS
    Business with 1-9 Employees
    UX & UI
    User Interface Design
    User Experience Design
    Web Design
    Icon Design
    Mobile App Design
    Adobe Illustrator
    Sketch
    Figma
    Adobe XD
    Adobe Photoshop
  • $30 hourly
    Hello! I love working with smart and imaginative people on inspiring and challenging projects. I’m a designer graduated in Communication Design from the Faculty of Fine Arts, University of Lisbon, Portugal. My expertise and skills in the communication design cover the different areas: corporate identity, infographics, print, digital, editorial design, web design, social media, ad banners, multimedia, illustration. And my working method is distinguished by detail, conceptual approach, and based on the idea of design as a source for learning and understanding.
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    Informational Infographic
    Ebook Design
    Sales Presentation
    Magazine Layout
    Branding Template
    Brochure
    Graphic Design
    Adobe Photoshop
    Marketing
    Adobe InDesign
    Adobe Illustrator
  • $60 hourly
    With more than 7 years of design experience across mediums of print, digital, and web. I have teamed up with brands and publicizing companies around the world. I have helped small and developing brands by making rich visual content that is dynamic and will help drive attention and generate brand awareness. I have expert skills in Photoshop, Illustrator, Banners, Presentations, and Wordpress. - 3 Years of work experience, - No unfinished projects, - Perfect knowledge of commercial use guidelines, - Every single client request is important to me. - Everything completed before the deadline, -Easy to communicate with, -Excellent English skills and fluent in German, - Quick response time, - Great attention to detail and listen to clients requests. Why work with me? I can work through many stages of creation, such as: - Ideas and creative thinking, - Designing, - Getting the design to the next level with my client. -Adapting the concept into other design forms to enhance a brand. Designing is not for beginners so do yourself a favour and give the job to a professional who will finish the project with high-quality standards. I also give additional support to my clients, guide through the development stages etc. I will deliver with Swiss Quality Standards :)
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    Illustration
    Website Redesign
    UI/UX Prototyping
    UI Graphics
    UIKit
    UiPath
    UI Animation
    Website
    Web Development
    Branding
    Web Design
    Landing Page
    Banner Ad Design
    Adobe Photoshop
  • $25 hourly
    Passionate and prolific Graphic Designer with 6+ years of experience in illustration/branding, seeking to provide design services by implementing creativity and professionalism. Graduated from University of Oregon with a degree in multimedia design, I have worked as a professional graphic designer in a local firm, successfully managed and coordinated graphic design projects from concept through completion. I strive to meet deadlines and client's requirements, aim for excellency in quality without losing efficiency.
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    Branding
    Drawing
    Marketing
    Digital Illustration
    Graphic Design
    Children's Book Illustration
    Adobe Illustrator
    Adobe Photoshop
    Vector Graphic
  • $30 hourly
    I am a freelance illustrator with over 10 years of experience in the fields of editorial illustration, 2D and 3D animation, comics, and advertising. I also have studies in graphic design, so I have a solid background in terms of design software and technical and communicational aspects of each creative process. I am very creative and enthusiastic and have a good understanding of the customer needs. I can adapt to many different styles, according to what the project requires. I specially enjoy projects which involve a graphic narrative and character design. I'm flexible with my working hours and very responsible with the deadlines. I look forward to hearing from you!
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    Drawing
    Comics
    Illustration
    Digital Illustration
    Freehand Digital Illustration
    Comic Art
    Storyboarding
    Cartoon Art
    2D Illustration
    Children's Book Illustration
    Editorial Illustration
    Vector Graphic
    Character Design
  • $11 hourly
    GET WHAT YOU WANT, GUARANTEED! With my creative expertise, I provide clients with effective, high-quality, cutting-edge designs that will surely place them in a position which is a cut above the rest. Equipped with 20+ years of experience in graphic design with exceptional skills in freehand illustration, each composition evolves into a masterpiece. As a flexible and well-rounded designer, I am highly motivated with a self-starting attitude that moves toward accomplishing goals and meeting tight deadlines. Resiliency under work pressure and easy adaptation to any situation is one of my strengths. With excellent interpersonal skills and strong leadership, I am capable of motivating people to be inspired and give their best to propel projects forward. My unrelenting passion for this craft pushes me to develop my skills further and my personal mandate is not only to provide clients with effective design solutions, but also to give them the best possible online experience through a trustworthy and reliable service. I am proficient in developing vector graphics, cartoons, caricatures, logos, t-shirt designs, headers, banners, packaging, website & UI designs, 3d modeling, multi-page layout such as brochures, catalogs, flyers, magazines and newspaper ads. An expert in major graphic designing tools specifically: Adobe Photoshop (photo/image editing) Adobe Illustrator (vector layout) Adobe InDesign (publication layout), Blender 3D and Google Sketch-up (3d modeling/rendering) Please feel free to view my online portfolio at mikesaga.carbonmade.com
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    Social Media Imagery
    Website Asset
    Packaging Design
    Web Design
    Layout Design
    Illustration
    Character Design
    Adobe Photoshop
    Adobe Illustrator
    Adobe InDesign
  • $90 hourly
    I am a full-time freelance graphic designer with seven years of industry experience specialized in brand development and execution. I also have ample experience in packaging design, illustration, and presentation design, spanning a wide range of industries such as pharmaceutical, health & beauty, law, real estate, and food & beverage. From large scale projects with clients such as Johnson & Johnson, to small business startups, I promise a transparent relationship, excellent communication, a streamlined process, and timely results. Please find my entire portfolio online at kerrymachugh.com.
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    Corporate Brand Identity
    Calligraphy
    Graphic Design
    Illustration
    Poster Design
    Typography
    Print Design
    Packaging Design
    Brand Identity Design
  • $10 hourly
    Hi There, I am Joshua, I'm a collaborative and independent Graphic Designer with over 6 years of professional experience. I have provided design services to start-ups, tech establishments, government agencies, and religious outfits. My focus is to strengthen businesses and create a relationship between brands and their audience using a creative approach. My area of expertise are: ✅ Logo Design ✅ Brand Identity development & Guidelines ✅ Social media designs (Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, LinkedIn, Banner Ads for Google ) ✅ Print Design (Stationary & advertising) ✅ Marketing collateral design (flyers.) Above all, communication with me is smooth, I love collaborating with clients, and creative teams to provide design solutions. I am also fun and easy to work with. Let's work on that project together!
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    UI/UX Prototyping
    Brand Management
    Corporate Brand Identity
    Stationery Design
  • $60 hourly
    I am a textile designer with a BFA in Graphic Design and Fibers from Savannah College of Art and Design. I have 6 years of experience in the fashion industry, as well as years of experience freelancing in a variety of industries. I specialize in creating repeat patterns and placed graphics for apparel, home goods and stationery. I enjoy illustrating by hand and digitally, and can work in a wide range of styles. I am an expert in Adobe Photoshop and Illustrator. I pride myself on being available to my clients, quickly replying to questions and requests, and making sure I fully understand what you need so I can deliver the best possible designs. I have worked with large companies (including Target, Orvis and C-Line Products) as well as many start-ups and independent designers. I have designed prints for children, womenswear, sleepwear, home goods and stationery. My skills include: - creating seamless repeat patterns with original or existing art - trend right and original placed graphics - color separations and colorway options for prints - advising on production techniques and preparing files for textile printing - branding + logo design - editing and recoloring photos/cads to showcase prints and graphics When we work together, you can expect beautiful designs, clear communication, professional expertise, and 100% reliability.
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    Illustration
    Textile Design
    Surface Design
    Graphic Design
    Adobe InDesign
    Adobe Illustrator
    Adobe Photoshop
  • $35 hourly
    Excellent in creating design concepts, proficient in any graphic design and video editing softwares. Expert in multi sports apparel/uniform designs and 3D mockup creation.
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    Illustration
    Uniform
    Sportswear
    Fashion Design
    T-Shirt Design
    Graphic Design
    Clothing
    Adobe Photoshop
    Adobe Illustrator
    Packaging Design
    Print Design
    Layout Design
  • $40 hourly
    Hello for all! My name is Sofiya! I'm a designer. I live in Ukraine, in Odesa. I work as a designer more than ten years. My Services: • Creative design • Identity branding • Web design • Web banners My Skills: • Graphic Programs: Photoshop • Illustrator • Figma • Square Space
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    Corporate Brand Identity
    Web Design
    Graphic Design
  • $70 hourly
    "Gulcin is every bit of what I expected and more! She communicates clearly and listens well. She did amazing with our projects, despite us giving her very little specific direction. I absolutely love working with her. A++ communication. A++ service. A++ design skills. HIGHLY RECOMMEND!" (Upwork 11/2021) ✦ 100% Job Success Score ✦ Designed for American Express, Unilever, P&G, Pepsi, Canva and other $Billion Companies ✦ Worked as an Art Director for International Advertising Agencies such as DDB, Y&R, BBDO, GREY ✦ Always Striving for Excellence ✦ Keen Eye for Detail ✦ Dedicated to Deadlines Hi, I'm Gulcin, your go-to destination for high-quality solutions in visual design. I hold a degree in graphic design and have over 20 years of professional experience as a Creative Designer and Art Director. My primary goal is to understand and transform your business values into a unique and effective brand and visual identity. Let's chat! _______________________________________________ Explore my online portfolio at gulcinkrom.com • Art Direction And Brand Development • Brand Building ( Logo Design, Brand Positioning, Brand Guidelines) • Promotional / Sales Collateral Design • Illustrations • Presentations and Pitch Decks • Corporate Design • Excel Dashboards • Infographics • Brochures, Flyers, Leaflets, Posters, Mailers, One-Pagers • Reports, Catalogs, Magazines, Brand Books, Lookbooks • Website Mockups • Social Ads & Digital Banners
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    Brand Identity & Guidelines
    Infographic
    Menu
    Illustration
    Keynote
    Canva
    Presentation Design
    PowerPoint Presentation
    Pitch Deck
    Branding
    Graphic Design
    Google Slides
    Microsoft PowerPoint
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How to Hire Top Logo Designers

How to hire logo designers

With so many talented logo designers around, how do you find the perfect one to design the logo of your dreams?

Having a logo designed isn’t too different from other custom work: Building a home, designing a wedding dress, or commissioning a family portrait. You have a vision, but ultimately whom you choose brings his or her own touch. If you can find someone who has the essence you’re looking for, that’s your sweet spot.

Of course, it’s important to find the right fit when engaging any talent for your business: Someone who communicates well, is easy to work with, and is good at what they do. But for projects as tactile as logo designs, there are other things to consider. A logo designer who’s a dream to work with will be able not only be able to interpret your ideas and your feedback, she’ll incorporate her own aesthetic to deliver exactly what you’re looking for.

We always emphasize laying the groundwork with a thorough job post, but for projects like logo design, what else can you do to find the best for you? Here are a few tips to zero in on the right talent for you.

Defining your logo design needs

Whether you want your existing logo tweaked for a fresh look or need a new logo from scratch, the key to a successful design project is a clear, thorough creative brief. Take a look at these 10 questions for successful logo design to give you an idea of what to mention in your design conversations.

The brief should also outline all of the goals for the logo you’re creating, including scope, timeline, and budget. Your logo design project will likely lead to a number of other design projects and changes, so factor that into your project roadmap as well.

Consider including any of the following logo logistics:

  1. Background information. What is your company or business? What products or services do you provide?
  2. Business goals and scope of the project. Explain the purpose of the logo and the logic behind your brand that should inspire it.
  3. Explain how the logo will be used. Will it be on letterhead, on a T-shirt, in a newspaper ad, or on the side of a building? This will dictate production of the logo, which can effect how it’s built. Will you need black-and-white versions, inverted designs, or simplified versions that can be used for multiple applications?
  4. Include your timeline and deliverables. Be sure to build in time for feedback and rounds of revision. Be specific about what file format you want the logo delivered in and any additional versions of it (e.g., RGB, CMYK, one-color, two-color, EPS files). Maybe you even want a kit like the example below that shows versions and where they can be used, with your color palette and any other guidelines.

Decide on your logo design style

Once you have the logistics of your logo out of the way, it’s time to nail down the style you’re looking for. Whether you or your designer creates a digital mood board or provides a handful of examples as a jumping-off point, it’s important to get visual. Familiarize yourself with the differences between emblem, lettermark, or wordmark logos so that you get what you’re envisioning.

Trying to describe your brand’s “style” if you’re starting from scratch can be overwhelming, so be sure to find someone with some branding expertise. Include a few of the following in your mood board:

  • Photos that depict your style
  • Colors
  • Textures
  • Fonts
  • Shapes, borders, and shadows
  • Other designs you like

How to shortlist logo designers

As you’re browsing available logo design consultants, it can be helpful to develop a shortlist of the contractors you may want to interview. You can screen profiles on criteria such as:

  • Industry fit. You want a logo designer who understands your industry so they can design a logo that resonates with your target market.
  • Portfolio. The best way to screen logo designers is to see examples of their past logo designs.
  • Feedback. Check reviews from past clients for glowing testimonials or red flags that can tell you what it’s like to work with a particular logo designer.

How to write an effective logo design job post

Now that you’ve clearly defined your project deliverables, it’s time to write your project description. Be clear and succinct in your title and include any related expertise the designer should have, whether it’s knowledge of a software interface language or an understanding of technical jargon for your industry.

Below is a sample of how a project description may look. Keep in mind that many people use the term “job description,” but a full job description is needed only for employees. When engaging a freelancer as an independent contractor, you typically need just a statement of work, a job post, or any other document that describes the work.

Sample Project Description

Title: Logo Designer/Rebranding Pro to Create Logo for Relaunch of Renovated, Rebranded Seafood Restaurant

Description:

One of Anytown’s oldest surf-and-turf restaurants is known for its classic menu and old-school charm, but we’ve recently gutted and renovated the space and hired a new chef to modernize our menu and attract a younger crowd

New: Craft cocktails, local produce, refined sushi and ceviche dishes

Our current logo is an outdated typographic logo with a three-color shrimp graphic. We’re not wedded to the shrimp, and we’d like a fresh font and a new, lively color palette.

See attached a Pinterest board we’ve assembled with some inspiration, logos we love, and photos of our new space—think stainless steel, subway tile, and reclaimed pine.

Project Scope & Deliverables:

Logo will be used on menus, our website, and business cards, and we’ll need icons and versions for our social sites and Yelp page.

We’ll start with the logo kit and usage guidelines.

Rebrand needs: If all goes well, we’d love help redesigning other assets with the rebranded font/style guidelines

About Us:

We’re Anytown Restaurant Partners and owners of four restaurants and one food truck in Anytown, US.

LOGO DESIGNER FAQ

What does a logo designer do?

Logo designers are graphic designers who specialize in branding services. From color schemes to typography, a logo designer can bring your brand messaging to life in a visual medium. They can create a logo that will fit on business cards, websites, brochures, and other marketing collateral.

Here’s a quick overview of the skills you should look for in logo design professionals:

  • Graphic design tools such as Adobe Photoshop
  • Graphic design skills such as color selection, typography, and layout design
  • Branding and marketing basics
  • Communication
  • Creativity

Logo design consultants help businesses craft the face of their brand.

Why hire logo designers?

The trick to finding top logo designers is to identify your needs. You know you want a logo, but have you considered where you plan to display it? At a minimum, you’ll want to request the appropriate file formats for mobile apps, websites, and print media such as brochures. The cost of your logo design project will depend largely on your scope of work and the specific skills needed to bring your project to life.

How much does it cost to hire a logo designer?

Rates can vary due to many factors, including expertise and experience, location, and market conditions.

  • An experienced logo designer may command higher fees but also work faster, have more-specialized areas of expertise, and deliver higher-quality work.
  • A contractor who is still in the process of building a client base may price their logo design services more competitively.

Which one is right for you will depend on the specifics of your project.

How to budget for your logo design project

Set Rates: Many logo designers will offer a set rate for a logo design. If your logo design is part of a larger scope of work, it’s more likely you’ll be engaging a designer on an hourly basis.

On Upwork, the rates top logo designers charge can range from as low as $25 dollars an hour to as high as $75 an hour, though most fall in the $35-50 range. Rates can vary due to many factors, including:

  • expertise and experience
  • scope of work
  • location
  • market conditions

If your project has a short, non-negotiable deadline, know you may have to pay a premium to get the content you need delivered on time.

Common logo design mistakes

You know a good logo when you see one, but it’s also easy to spot a poorly designed logo or one that’s been distorted or improperly used. Avoid falling into the bad logo camp by avoiding these common logo design mistakes.

1. Designing a logo that isn’t easy to resize. 

If you only view and approve your future logo blown up on a high-resolution screen, you might be setting yourself up for disappointment. Scale it up and down to make sure it’s easy to see regardless of its size, or have your designer create an alternate, simplified version for smaller applications. A logo should be scalable, versatile, and easy to discern from far away.

Be careful about including too much detail for it to be clear and distinct when it’s scaled down or viewed from a distance. Also, consider the size and orientation of the logo in various applications. For example, a narrow vertical logo that looks great on business cards, signage, and letterhead can be difficult to incorporate into the header of a website without shrinking it down to fit the height of the content block.

Bottom line: Crisp, clear, and easy to see in various aspect ratios is better than overly intricate and hard to read.

2. Designing a logo that works well only in full color, not grayscale or black and white.

Set your logo up for success by keeping its colors simple, distinct, and crisp. For example, a logo that relies on seven shades of pink to visually make sense might lose its intent in grayscale or black and white. Moreover, those shades might not hold up in every application or on every device.

3. Choosing a logo that’s too trendy to be timeless.

You want your logo design to be fresh and modern, but following a trend that’s likely to be outdated in a few years isn’t the way to go. You want your logo to be timeless, not a flash in the pan.

Trends in fonts do come and go, so you can be faulted for riding the tide of certain designs. Err on the side of classic and you’ll be less likely to have to overhaul a tired design far sooner than you’d like.

4. Ignoring personality, readability, and mood of a typeface.

To the non-designer, it might seem that all fonts are alike. The reality is that nuances in the shapes of the words we read can affect our feelings toward and perception of what we’re reading. In some cases, fonts can make certain words sound different in our head as we read them. Put simply, fonts can make or break a logo.

Some typefaces are designed to make a bold impact and grab your attention, while others lend sophistication and elegance. Even differences as subtle as serif or sans serif fonts (those with or without curly ends on the letters) can impact readability. It’s crucial to choose a font that conveys your brand’s personality and also complements the logo icon as opposed to clashing or competing with it.

For example, if a French restaurant uses a fleur-de-lis in its logo and a curly cursive font, it might feel dated and overdone. Pair that classic icon with a simpler font, and the logo has a much more modern appeal.

Tip: Stick to a maximum of two typefaces in a single logo.

5. Resembling other logos too closely or lacking distinction.

The fleur-de-lis example above is a good one, because while classic, the symbol can be overused. Try not to rely on symbols and icons that can feel stale amid a sea of other logos unless your designer illustrates it to be distinctive enough.

Also, try to avoid using any stock art in your logo, and stick to original icons created by a designer. Otherwise you might run into problems with copyrights and exclusive licensing.

6. Creating raster-based files when you need vector files.

Design aside, how a logo is built is one of the most important things to consider. It can be drawn with pixels (a raster file) or with points and lines that are mathematically designed to look the same as the file expands and retracts (vector files).

Zoomed out, raster logos and vector logos might not look that different. But zoom in on a raster file or blow it up beyond its original aspect ratio, and you’ll see a heavily pixelated, blurry mess. If you have your logo delivered in a raster-based file (e.g., JPG, GIF, or PNG), you’re automatically limiting what you’re able to do with it. Note that while you can create large raster-based logo files in Photoshop, vector files are the smart way to go—both for scalability and for ease of editing down the road.

7. Using the same logo file across multiple applications without making appropriate adjustments.

Different file formats are required for different applications—period. The logo you’d use on your business cards will not be the same file you’d upload to your business’s Facebook page. Specify what you’re using your logo for and where, and your designer can deliver a package of files that have the aspect ratios you need.

Tip: Don’t try to resize a logo on your own unless you have the right software, such as Adobe Illustrator, and know what you’re doing. A distorted, warped logo is the quickest way to make your and your business look unprofessional.

8. Expecting design miracles on a budget.

Whether you’re designing a logo yourself, holding a design contest online, or using a site that offers cheap logo packages, don’t risk your entire professional identity just to save a couple of bucks. Chances are you’ll end up with a logo that looks as cheap as it was.

Logos might be small in stature, but they’re big in importance. Budget for them accordingly.

9. Hiring someone to design your logo and nothing else.

This is a good one to close out with, because it should help to set the tone of your search for the perfect logo designer. Logo creation is only part of a cohesive branding system, and your logo should complement and be tightly integrated with your other assets.

While a logo is certainly important, it’s wise not to focus on it as a standalone piece.

Tips and tricks to knock your logo design out of the park

Logos are one of the trickiest projects to get right. They have to be memorable, original, and able to convey a lot of information in one small graphic. A good logo can set you apart from the competition, make a great first impression with customers, and single-handedly convey who you are and what you do. Here we’ll dig into a few logo design and execution tips to consider as you embark on your logo project.

1. Make your logo easy to resize

This is an important logo tip for clients and designers alike. For clients, you should keep a “less is more” mentality as you review drafts. Before you get your heart set on an intricate design, make sure it looks as good shrunk down as it does blown up on a high-resolution screen.

For designers, be careful about how much detail you include. It’s helpful to scale a logo up and down to make sure it’s clear and distinct regardless of its size. A logo should be scalable, versatile, and easy to discern from far away.

2. Create alternate, simplified logo versions for responsive browsing

If resizing your logo isn’t an option, have your designer create alternate, simplified versions. These might be text-only or icon-only logos (glyphs). This way, when a user is browsing on a responsive site and shrinks the window down, your logo automatically converts to its simplified version at certain breakpoints.

You might also create design elements derived from your logo that can be used on their own to indicate menus, navigation, or buttons for a cohesive experience.

Also consider how your logo will look in various applications. Chances are as you review versions you’ll be seeing a standalone logo file. It’s important to see how the logo plays in different scenarios: print, mobile, business cards, and website headers. A narrow vertical logo might look great left-aligned on a business card, but when it comes time to flow your new logo into your website, that vertical design might limit what you’re able to do with your layout.

3. Create vector-based logo graphics—not raster files.

If you’re not creating responsive logo versions, you want your logo to maintain the same clarity and quality when it is sized up and down. Vector drawings are made up of lines and shapes that mathematically scale, which makes them much more scalable and resolution-independent than a pixel-based raster file that can get blurry or distorted.

4. Let your typeface do (at least half of) the heavy lifting

Imagine some of the world’s most popular logo designs, then substitute their custom font for Times New Roman or, even worse, Comic Sans. A designer can put a lot of effort into a beautiful, custom-illustrated logo and quickly take that design down a notch with a poor choice of typeface. Typeface and graphics are equally important to a logo; avoid taking shortcuts and diminishing your hard work.

A custom font can be a lot of work, but it will make your logo unique (and difficult to plagiarize). If you’re designing a text-only logo, have a little fun with letters—there are lots of ways to get creative with white space, including hiding messaging and symbols within it. Just be sure that your custom typeface is still legible when it’s small.

5. Stay focused on who you are and what you do

With all the trends in logo design, it’s easy to get caught up in what looks cool and lose sight of your logo’s core intent. For example, a pharmaceutical company’s logo is going to have a very different goal than a couture fashion logo. If you’ve given your designer plenty of context and a thorough brief, he or she should be able to choose the font and style that suit your brand.

Don’t sacrifice the opportunity to tell a customer exactly what you’re about at a glance for a trend or an out-of-character font. Focusing on the “why” of a logo design is the most effective way to ensure it’s doing its job.

6. Be clever!

Logos that make someone do a double take can be very memorable—and that’s what you want from a logo. Try a visual double entendre that uses an icon or graphic in addition to your name to create a play on words. Or add visual elements to text-only logos that make them pop.

7. If you’ve seen a logo trend done a few times, it’s probably past its prime

Fads come and go, but if you’ve seen one style of logo repeated over and over—like the “hipster cross” logo—steer clear. Customers are savvy and will likely notice a design they think is played out or ripped off. Of course it can be impossible to reinvent the wheel in some respects, and there’s always a chance your logo will be similar to someone else’s, but avoiding a logo trend that’s made the rounds can prevent a redesign a few years down the road.

8. Use color and gradients to give letters and illustrations more depth and meaning

Colors can have a lot of impact on how people perceive and react to your logo. There’s a whole psychology to colors and the way they make us feel.

Artistically speaking, playing around with colors can transform simple shapes and designs into more-complex visuals. If you do use colors to elevate your logo, make sure the design holds up when the logo is converted to gray scale.

9. Make subtle updates over time to keep your logo fresh

Keep an eye on how your logo is aging. You can make subtle tweaks and updates without changing your logo’s core design—much like how Twitter updated its bluebird logo with a more mature design after six years. You might not be able to fully drop your name from your logo as Twitter did, but updating the typeface or changing elements of your icon can signify growth and change.

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