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Portfolio; Logos



Good logo design is timeless, and your logo should not show its age for many years. Also, your logo should be every bit as strong in black-and-white as it is in color. Your logo design project will include variations for all the applications it may require. The example below includes 2-color and 1-color versions of the company's logo, secondary logo, simple mark with text, simple mark, and text only. Logo projects also include applications to a basic staionary package; #10 envelope, business card, and letterhead. Other options available at additional charge. One such option is to have your logo (and all of its variations) converted to a font (TrueType, PostScript Type 1, or OpenType) for easy use in your office setting (please note, not all logos are condusive to conversion into a font without some alteration).

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