Why does your company need a good design and brand identity?
The creative and development spaces are fast-moving fields. At Clutch, we work hard to identify the best agencies and developers and base our research off of the company’s industry experience, ability to deliver, market presence and most importantly client feedback.
Why is the design field important? Whether you know it or not, from the moment you wake up to the moment you go to sleep, you are surrounded by logos and brand identities. Before you even get to work, you are exposed to brands like Colgate, Irish Spring, and Dove. The logo is crucial for a company’s brand identity, establishing their brand position, and corporate distinctiveness.
This month, we have identified the leading logo and graphic designers. When choosing the top logo designers for our list, we look at the company’s portfolio, case studies, and talk directly to the clients who have worked with the company’s we feature on our platform.
We look for teams of skilled designers who have a demonstrated ability to bring the client’s ideas and vision to life while consulting them through the entire creative process. Amongst some of our leading design companies, Applied Wonder stood out for their quality service, ability to hit deadlines, and cost-effectiveness. In a recent review with their client, their client highlighted the project and impact of the engagement. Applied Wonder was brought in to build their new logo and brand philosophy. They mentioned their logo is now a head-turner and regenerated their company’s image. The review ended with nearly five star ratings in several categories – the firm’s quality of service, scheduling, cost, and their willingness to refer them to a friend/colleague.
We enjoy hearing success stories of clients that have had good experiences with the companies we feature on our site. We look forward to identifying more leading companies in your area, fostering positive B2B partnerships, and connecting you with the right vendor for your next project.
Jen Sacco is a Business Analyst at Clutch. She leads their full-service digital, digital strategy, and digital design agency research as well as the logo and graphic design segments on Clutch. Prior to Clutch, Jen studied at the University of Virginia where she received her Master’s degree in Public Policy and Leadership. She also received her Bachelor’s degree at UVA in Economics.