I am looking for a new logo to be used mainly on my website, one based on a popular dog breed, but it will also appear on social media profiles.
As I'm not exactly clear what design I would like until I see it, I would Ideally like to hire someone who can start this process by quickly knocking up a range of very rough draft, completely different design ideas, so I can then pick the direction the logo goes in. Pencil and paper, using software, whatever, I'd just like to see some very quick, very rough ideas with little time commitment from yourself in the first instance so I can see a range of options.
All I know is I'd like it to be quite a clean, modern design. Something unique that has been created from scratch, not just using font icons, or stock graphics hat are seen everywhere by others.
After this and I've chosen the best rough idea, I'd then like to see some variations on the direction chosen, before we finalize the design.
I am looking here on upwork, because I think those 'design competition' style websites take advantage where many people (designers) never get paid and it looks to me on first appearance that the work there is sub-par to a professional, likely because their skills are undervalued and design there has been commoditised.
Anyway, if this interests you, please drop me a message with a portfolio of your previous work so I can judge if we'd be a good fit, then we'll go from there.
I really do not know how much this sort of thing should cost me, but I'm willing to pay a good rate for a good job and an effective process, with revisions and so on. So please give an indication of the service you offer (process followed, number of revisions etc.) and how much you would like to be paid as an estimate - either price work for the whole process, or hourly rate and how many hours you think this would take so I can gauge the total.
I have ticked 'hourly rate' below and entered a somewhat random project price (I had to choose) but am willing to consider hourly rate or fixed price, though I would need an indication of total approximate project cost.
I look forward to hopefully hearing from some of you :-)