Label design has an important influence on the decision making of customers. Labels can make a product grab people’s attention or can make a product fall into an unrecognizable abyss.
PixelComb will get to know your products, business, vision, competitors, and what makes the brand unique. With this information, we will be able to strategically design a label that is able to show the real worth and class of products.
We use the best industry software, including the most up-to-date versions of Adobe Illustrator for our logo design services. Artwork size and file size are optimized to improve printing quality as well as digital loading speeds.
HOW IT WORKS
After you select and pay for a label design package, you will receive an email with your receipt as well as a note that we are ready to communicate with you about your request.
Clients will be given the opportunity to provide examples of logos they like. If a client does not have any, the client will be provided with examples to look at and favor. This process allows our designers to understand certain elements of what our clients are attracted to and envision.
We love clients that have a vision of what they want, however, sometimes clients don’t have one yet. We help our clients articulate their preferences until we feel that we can conceptualize a design that they will like. In this process, we will create mockups for our clients to choose from.
Once a client chooses a mockup they like, we will revise if the client has input and then enhance it until it’s in finished quality.
HOW TO GET STARTED
Select a package that fits your needs. Read the short details provided below the selection to know how many mockups, file formats, variations, and other details are provided for the specific package. To understand and learn what a feature means, simply click on the “Additional Information” tab to read about it.
Once a selection has been decided, click the “Add to Cart” button to proceed to the payment screen to pay, and you will be then be contacted!
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