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Logo & Branding Project with Affinity Designer

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I wanted to share a project I completed using Affinity Designer. I worked with a client to redesign her interior design business logo. You can view the work in my portfolio by visiting this link.

 

Aundra Skinner Interiors

 

I know my client is happy with her new logo. I would love to hear what others think as well.

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Hi Kyle

 

Welcome to the forums.

 

My opinion...? Perfect!

 

The font just oozes elegance, as it has a slight art deco feel to it, whilst still looking fresh. The monogram is distinct and it passes the usual originality and zoomability tests, with flying colours.

 

Well done that man! :D  :P

 

PS

 

Am I the only one who can see a swan in the letters A and S?

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Superb! So much style and elegance, I think it fits perfectly with your business. Looks professional wherever it used. Good job, well done!

 

George


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Great job! Nice work.

 

Would you mind sharing with us the deliverables you gave to your client? One reason I ask is because before Illustrator got too expensive a common file type was the AI file. Was your client ok with you providing the affinity file for future editing purposes?

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[…] One reason I ask is because before Illustrator got too expensive a common file type was the AI file. Was your client ok with you providing the affinity file for future editing purposes?

 

If you are still waiting for an answer: AD can export other file formats (and it is possible to get AI files) and clients can afford AD.

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Great job! Nice work.

 

Would you mind sharing with us the deliverables you gave to your client? One reason I ask is because before Illustrator got too expensive a common file type was the AI file. Was your client ok with you providing the affinity file for future editing purposes?

 

I export the files as .eps and .pdf for my clients. I also provide them with jpeg and png files for use on the web. Here is a really good article the will explain files types you should give to your clients. http://www.melissayeager.com/blog/2016/your-logo-brand-identity-files

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