A logo is the foundation of a small business brand. If it’s not good
As design experts, we basically have two choices: explain why your logo is weak and convince you to build a proper foundation for your marketing, or do the best we can with a weak existing branding.
When a reputable designer suggests a new logo, it’s important to consider and respect their advice. They’re really trying to help by giving your business a solid foundation to build upon.
We want a fresh start because a poor brand is ultimately going to hamper our ability to do the job we are being hired to do in the first place.
More often than not clients come to us with a request that has nothing to do with their company logo. They would come with a request to build a website or a company profile and we would suggest they consider a new logo as well. Often they deal with suppliers who are happy to print stationery, manufacture a sign, buy advertising space.
These suppliers generally are interested in how your company logo looks like, it’s not their job.
So, when a designer suggests a new logo, they’re not necessarily trying to up-sell you, in most
If you should remember only one thing about your brand, it should be that it’s the foundation for every touchpoint and customer experience as you conduct business. In the absence of a strong branding foundation, nothing that follows is solid, it’s like building a house without a foundation