#SundayLogo Challenge

Here’s the deal

  1. You send us a short briefing about your idea. Name, industry and a short description of the products or services the logo should represent. If you are looking for a certain style, let us know.

  2. We will develop a design for your new logo and send you a mockup via email.

  3. You only pay if you are happy.
    If you like what you see, you pay us 100 Euro + 19% VAT comfortably by PayPal or bank transfer.

  4. After the payment you will receive the logo as .eps and .pdf by email.
    The exclusive, regional and temporally unlimited rights of use* belong to you.

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A few rules:

  • This offer is only valid on Sundays and can only be or­dered via this form.
  • With this offer we only de­sign one logo and do not offer any ad­di­tional con­sul­ta­tion.
  • All de­signs created by us may only be used and pu­blished after pay­ment.
  • This offer is only valid for small start-ups. Under no cir­cum­s­tances may the logo be sold to third par­ties.
  • We re­serve the right to re­fuse an order. If we think that your pro­ject does not cor­re­spond to our va­lues, we do not take ac­tion.
  • All drafts and de­sign ideas may be used by VISUVEDA for the pur­pose of the self-pro­mo­tion in all print and online media.

Why do we do that?

Su­rely you are aware that a pro­fes­sional logo de­sign usually takes more time and money. The de­ve­lop­ment of a logo takes a lot of time, skill and ex­pe­ri­ence. But we usually have a lot of fun with doing this job.
Let’s be ho­nest: It will be a “quick and dirty” ver­sion of a logo. But be­cause we are pro­fes­sio­nals, the pro­ba­bi­lity is high to make you happy anyway.
We also know how hard and cost in­ten­sive it is to set up your own busi­ness. If your busi­ness is going well, feel free to con­tact us for a more com­pre­hen­sive cor­po­rate de­sign con­cept and other agency ser­vices.

Dis­c­laimer:

*VISUVEDA is not li­able for trade­mark in­frin­ge­ments, we do not con­duct trade­mark re­se­arch. The client is li­able for any trade­mark in­frin­ge­ments.