Logo Design

Give Your Company a Recognizable Brand

Logos are what help customers and clients identify businesses. For a logo to be effective, it has to be unique, aesthetically pleasing, and able to represent who the company is. That’s where the professional designers at Fasturtle come in.

Get three (3) fully custom logo concepts to choose from!

Fasturtle’s Logo Design Process

Why You Need a Logo

Nike, Apple, McDonald’s — you can probably recall their logos, amongst many other major brands. Logos create familiarity with your clients and customers, especially when they’re all over your products. It’s not enough to just have a logo on your business cards. You need your logo to be on your website, merchandise, business vehicle wrap, and much more. You also need designers that will deliver a logo that’s able to work effectively in different formats.

Fasturtle’s expert designers think big, but also don’t forget the little stuff. If your logo is on your letterhead (and it should be), it needs to be legible when printed in black and white. Every detail matters, and we’re dedicated to ensuring your logo is efficient.

Logo Design Examples

First (and Seventh) Impressions Count

Your logo is almost like your business card. It’s how you introduce your business to the world, specifically those quickly passing by. You want potential customers and clients to be able to see your logo and have it stick in their mind. There’s a lot of science that goes into logo design and brand recognition.

Something as important as your logo should not be left in an amateur’s hands. Work with professional and experienced designers at Fasturtle. We’ve been in the digital marketing industry for almost 20 years and know what works.

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The human brain can process images 60,000 times faster than words, which is why most logos include a visual element.
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It only takes 10 seconds for a logo to create a first impression on a person, but that person typically needs 5-7 impressions to recognize it.
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Revenue is raised by 23% when a business’ branding is consistent across all channels.

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