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#1 Lucidic


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Posted 12 December 2003 - 09:47 PM

One of the first things I do with and for a client is to try and educate them on what I am about to do for them
This makes it easier to work with and for them

I explain what a good professional logo really is
and what all the different things are that go into making a good one.

This way the dont try to make you add some aspect like a busy background or a hard to read font.

I think you should draft a CLIENT PREP PAGE
to brief them on what they will see
this will help them pick a good logo and be repeat clients for you also it looks real pro to them and will help the designers prepare there logos better (after we read it hehe).

maybe some prep info on how to look at the posts
as in they know we can change color and such at will

any thoughts???

I design Flash and HTML sites
as well as full Identity Brands and more.

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