New triplex 600gsm business cards for Sassen Design. These business cards have been created with three sheets of Mohawk Superfine paper, with black as the middle layer, which are then glued together.
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The following is a basic guide on the process involved in creating a new logo.
Sassen Design will work with you to help determine the your core brand, strategic positioning and brand personality. By having a in-depth understanding of your business Sassen Design will be able to create a brand that meets your business objectives.
What are the steps involved (in a nutshell)
- The first step is a meeting to learn more about your business and the requirements of your new logo and branding
- You’ll then be required to complete the Logo Design Creative Strategy. (there’s no right or wrong answers)
- Through research, information gained in the meeting and the creative strategy logo concepts will be created
- Up to three logo concepts are presented for feedback
- Changes are made until designs are approved
- Once you’re happy with your logo it will be supplied to you in various files formats for use online and print
How long will it take to design my logo
Generally it’s best to allow for around four weeks from the initial meeting to handing over the final logo files.
How much does it cost
As each project is unique there is no set price.
How many revisions am I allowed?
Your quote will allow for three rounds of revisions
Can you design and print business my business cards
Please feel free to contact Sassen Design if you have any questions
The new Sassen Design logo (bottom left) has been featured in the book ‘Monogram Logo’ published by Counter Print
Bass Tuition, who give bass guitar lessons, were looking to improve the design of their business cards and flyers. Sassen Design worked with Bass Tuition to help redesign the artwork to give it more impact. The end result being a very happy client who now feel confident when handing out their flyers and business cards.
Financial Management Services required a clean, simple and responsive website to ensure that they have a professional presence online and to showcase their range of services.
Sassen Design has created a range of supermarket home brand Christmas cards after being inspired by their highly functional and utilitarian layout. Happy Christmas from Sassen Design and enjoy the savings.
Logos generally fall into one of three categories
- Combination Marks
When it came time to design my wedding invitations I knew just the right person for the job. A series of five cards were created in addition to the main wedding invitation. The fonts used are Neutraface, Cyclone and Eloquent Swash for the ampersand. The paper stock used was Knight Linen White Embossed 280gsm.
The logo designed by Sassen Design for Tsuami Records is featured in the book Logo by Michael Evamy.
Logo showcases the greatest logos in use today. Whether it is the product of a flash of inspiration or a flood of research, the logo remains one of the most powerful resources available to organizations for winning the attention of a global, time-poor audience.
Sassen Design has been asked by TreeMedia to use some of our urban decay photography for their independent documentary, Urban Roots, about the positive urban farming movement in Detroit. We were only to happy to say yes and these are some of the images they have chosen that will be used in the film.
Sassen Design asked by the Balwyn Library if I would be interested in taking part in their Human Library project. The Human Library is a program where members of the public are able to borrow a living person for a conversation rather than borrowing a book. I was asked a range of questions about graphic design from students to Careers Counsellors. I enjoyed the experience of being able to share my knowledge of design and afterwards I was given this mini book shown above.
Perforated for pleasure and convenience. Sassen Design is excited to take delivery of our new business cards. The typographic inspiration for these cards came from vintage signage and courier bags made from recycled truck tarpaulins.
Each card is a standard size business card when separated and are printed on Expression Super Smooth 352gsm.