have created the following corporate image packages,
in order to help our clients grow and increase their competitive advantage.
the final design is approved your logo Kit will be sent to you
on a CD with optimized files for the WEB: (*.GIF 72dpi, *.JPEG 150dpi,), vector
resizable file for printing (*.ai), high-resolution image (*.TIFF
300dpi), and (*.EPS) files in Pantone, RGB and black/white colors
for business cards, letterhead and envelope.
the final design is approved your stationery
design kit will be sent to you
on a CD with vector
resizable files for printing (CMYK mode).
sationery design kit.
( 5 pages / HTML )
the final designs is approved your logo,
stationery design and website Kits will be sent to you
on a CD.
the packages include design work ONLY. No printing
services are available. Complete Corporate Image Package
does NOT include web hosting.
important is a logo? ......................................................... In the marketing world, a lot of attention is being given to the concept of
“Image”, both on an individual product level and for a corporation as a whole.
Researchers know the perception of a product or service can be vastly different
from actuality. Marketing executives are faced with the difficult task of
communicating to their consumers exactly what benefits they will derive from
using their product or service vs. the competition’s offering.
Can a logo
communicate a corporate or product image?
A logo does exactly that in a
very subtle way. Part of a logo’s impact comes from repetition, the very act of
seeing a familiar symbol on a continual basis. Every company, every branded
product or service needs a logo for this purpose.
The marketplace is
awash with logos, repeated in television commercials, on trucks that pass us by;
on packages and signs in the supermarkets; stationery and flyers.
The list is
endless. It is essential, then, for a logo to have meaning; to present to the
subconscious mind of the consumer a message about the corporation and/or the
product it represents.