What We Can Offer You

This is where you’ll find a list of services as well as a breakdown of the design process. You can receive further information on each feature by clicking on the feature you want to learn about. If you have any questions or concerns, then please feel free to contact Duvio Studio below.

Services

Benefits

Discovery

TBD

Logo Design

TBD

Brand Design

TBD

Process

Pricing

The Pricing entirely depends on your needs and what kind of project it is. When you first contact me, please list out your requirements. I will get back to you with a questionnaire to fill out in order for me to get a better understanding of your goal. Once I receive your questionnaire, I will then contact you with a quote.

Agreement

After accepting the quote, I will send an Agreement Form for you to review. The Agreement Form will highlight the project goals, project timeline, quote, and legal verbiage.

In order to start the project a deposit will be required. Once the Agreement Form is signed by all parties involved and the deposit is made, I will then begin the project.

Brief

Referencing the questionnaire you filled out, I will then create a design Brief that will list the project goals. In order to move forward with the project you will need to confirm the design Brief. The design Brief serves the purpose for laying out the foundation for the decisions made throughout the design process.

Discovery

The Discovery phase is an essential part of the design process. During this phase I will research and analyze your name or company, your company’s competition, and your target audience. I will also study similar themes to your project to gather inspiration for the design process.

With all the research gathered, I will then create a mood board (aka an inspiration board) of my discoveries. The mood board will help generate ideas during the design process and aid us towards the project’s goals.

Logo Creation

The Logo Creation process starts with an initial round of sketching on paper. It is the best way for me to quickly develop my ideas and allows me to experiment more freely. Next, I will move from paper to digital format. I will then use Adobe Illustrator (a vector-based program), to refine my sketches.

There maybe a time where it is necessary to step away from the design. This allows me the opportunity to review the design with fresh eyes and new ideas. I take on a very careful and detailed process to ensure that I produce a logo of the finest quality. 

Logo Presentation

I will present to you a PDF for every round of logo concepts. The first round will consist of at least three logos in black and white. It is important that every logo works in black and white before moving onto color. Every logo presented will be accompanied by analysis notes explaining the breakdown of the logo.

The second round will include updates, if necessary, of up to two concepts from the previous round.

The third round will be the presentation of color concepts and mockups (refer to the mockups section below for more information).

The fourth and final round will consist of the final logo presentation. Make note that you are not limited to just four rounds as you are allowed revision rounds throughout the design process.

Mockups

Mockups are a demonstration of what a design would look like in real-life applications. I will show you what the logo would look like on merchandise, signage, business cards, etc. You can see examples of Mockups used via Duvio Studio’s portfolio.

Logo Package

After the logo project is complete, I will send you a Logo Package file with the logo in various formats. 

The Logo Package will include files for both print and digital. The print files will consist of AI, PDF, EPS, and TIFF formats. The digital files will consist of JPG, PNG, and SVG formats.

You will also receive different versions of the logo. You will receive a CMYK, Pantone, all black, all white, and RGB versions of your logo. If necessary, then you will also receive versions of the logo with a trap around it. A trap is a stroke around the outer-edge of the logo that helps the logo standout from a colored background.

The Logo Package will also include a cheat sheet that will explain each file format and where to use each format.

Stationery Suite

Depending on your needs, I also offer Stationery Suite design. This includes designs for business cards, letterheads, envelopes, posters, banners, signs, brochures, invitations, menus, presentation decks, merchandise, vehicle wraps, and much more.

After the completion of any of the Stationery Suite designs, I will provide you with the appropriate file formats for each design.

Brand Style Guide

A Brand Style Guide, or an identity manual, is a set of guidelines for your overall brand. The Brand Style Guide is the perfect tool for dictating how a brand is perceived and how it looks & sounds.

One of the primary functions of the brand guide is that it conducts itself as a rule book. In it you’ll find methods on how to properly utilize the logo, when to use type, and what colors are accessible. Additionally, you’ll locate how to properly treat stationery suite elements, how merchandise looks, and more.

If you do request a Brand Style Guide, then I will provide you with an AI, PDF, and EPS file at the completion of the project. You can see an example of a Brand Style Guide by viewing the case study for No Sleep New York.

Support

At anytime after the job is complete, I will be available for any questions or concerns you might have. If you have any further questions, then please refer to the FAQ or contact me.

The Pricing entirely depends on your needs and what kind of project it is. When you first contact me, please list out your requirements. I will get back to you with a questionnaire to fill out in order for me to get a better understanding of your goal. Once I receive your questionnaire, I will then contact you with a quote.

After accepting the quote, I will send an Agreement Form for you to review. The Agreement Form will highlight the project goals, project timeline, quote, and legal verbiage.

In order to start the project a deposit will be required. Once the Agreement Form is signed by all parties involved and the deposit is made, I will then begin the project.

Referencing the questionnaire you filled out, I will then create a design Brief that will list the project goals. In order to move forward with the project you will need to confirm the design Brief. The design Brief serves the purpose for laying out the foundation for the decisions made throughout the design process.

The Discovery phase is an essential part of the design process. During this phase I will research and analyze your name or company, your company’s competition, and your target audience. I will also study similar themes to your project to gather inspiration for the design process.

With all the research gathered, I will then create a mood board (aka an inspiration board) of my discoveries. The mood board will help generate ideas during the design process and aid us towards the project’s goals.

The Logo Creation process starts with an initial round of sketching on paper. It is the best way for me to quickly develop my ideas and allows me to experiment more freely. Next, I will move from paper to digital format. I will then use Adobe Illustrator (a vector-based program), to refine my sketches.

There maybe a time where it is necessary to step away from the design. This allows me the opportunity to review the design with fresh eyes and new ideas. I take on a very careful and detailed process to ensure that I produce a logo of the finest quality. 

I will present to you a PDF for every round of logo concepts. The first round will consist of at least three logos in black and white. It is important that every logo works in black and white before moving onto color. Every logo presented will be accompanied by analysis notes explaining the breakdown of the logo.

The second round will include updates, if necessary, of up to two concepts from the previous round.

The third round will be the presentation of color concepts and mockups (refer to the mockups section below for more information).

The fourth and final round will consist of the final logo presentation. Make note that you are not limited to just four rounds as you are allowed revision rounds throughout the design process.

Mockups are a demonstration of what a design would look like in real-life applications. I will show you what the logo would look like on merchandise, signage, business cards, etc. You can see examples of Mockups used via Duvio Studio’s portfolio.

After the logo project is complete, I will send you a Logo Package file with the logo in various formats. 

The Logo Package will include files for both print and digital. The print files will consist of AI, PDF, EPS, and TIFF formats. The digital files will consist of JPG, PNG, and SVG formats.

You will also receive different versions of the logo. You will receive a CMYK, Pantone, all black, all white, and RGB versions of your logo. If necessary, then you will also receive versions of the logo with a trap around it. A trap is a stroke around the outer-edge of the logo that helps the logo standout from a colored background.

The Logo Package will also include a cheat sheet that will explain each file format and where to use each format.

Depending on your needs, I also offer Stationery Suite design. This includes designs for business cards, letterheads, envelopes, posters, banners, signs, brochures, invitations, menus, presentation decks, merchandise, vehicle wraps, and much more.

After the completion of any of the Stationery Suite designs, I will provide you with the appropriate file formats for each design.

A Brand Style Guide, or an identity manual, is a set of guidelines for your overall brand. The Brand Style Guide is the perfect tool for dictating how a brand is perceived and how it looks & sounds.

One of the primary functions of the brand guide is that it conducts itself as a rule book. In it you’ll find methods on how to properly utilize the logo, when to use type, and what colors are accessible. Additionally, you’ll locate how to properly treat stationery suite elements, how merchandise looks, and more.

If you do request a Brand Style Guide, then I will provide you with an AI, PDF, and EPS file at the completion of the project. You can see an example of a Brand Style Guide by viewing the case study for No Sleep New York.

At anytime after the job is complete, I will be available for any questions or concerns you might have. If you have any further questions, then please refer to the FAQ or contact me.

Want a logo or brand design quote?

Get in touch with Cassio Vieira and we will discuss the needs of your project or answer any questions you might have. Cassio will get back to you as soon as possible.