What to charge for a logotype?
207 votes
25 $ - 50 $
50 $ - 75 $
75 $ - 100 $
100 $ - 200 $
200 $ - more
frose's avatar
By frose
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Larrythegreat's avatar
As for me I would say it depends with the actual details of the Logo but in general i would say $75+.
Remember a logo is something a Buss carries for the rest of it`s operation hence it should be nice and worth it(to you as the designer and to the clientele)
LordMayorem's avatar
Have seen your logo's, definitely very beautiful and professional.. give them an expensive price would make them look even more professional, so more then $200.
mstdesigns's avatar
50-75 if it is via the internet, cheap prices is a good way to get customers, then you rise it to about 100-150$
fee3R's avatar
25-50 an erster stelle? preisdumping lässt grüßen
find 100-200 ok
164-eXist's avatar
100-200 $
good luck ;)
Giboo's avatar
Totaly agree with Maverick18x : a professional work can't be so cheap !
It does not require only graphic skills, it requires studies with the client, different ways to explore, and time for reflexion.
I think low prices like this or like "wiki/contest" is ruining the job.
FIAMdesign's avatar
$150 i would say is absolute minimum.
Carl06's avatar
Kannst locker 200euro verlangen, ist bei guter leistung nicht überteuert oder überzogen. 25-50 ist viel zu wenig.
Maverick18x's avatar
this is ridiculous. i wouldn't do anybody's logo for less than $200. you'll pay more than $200 just to get it made into a sign!

the people who chose $25-50 should be ashamed. it's that sort of attitude that's turned "design" into a commodity.

ask a professional designer how much they charge. i bet someone like $liquisoft wouldn't touch an identity job for less than $500-$1,000.
Fictionfourtyfour's avatar
Yeah im kinda shocked how many people said 25 - 50 aswell.
LeMarquis's avatar
Depends really, you could always get more out of it if you decide to create the deign for envelopes, business cards, letters etc... But $200 sounds good to start with...

(Did you know the Nike logo was created by a student for not more than $80 dollars, but then again that was more than 20 years ago)
Fictionfourtyfour's avatar
I would say $150 at the least. But aim for $200 and up.
Fictionfourtyfour's avatar
Are you talking about selling premade logos or in general?
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