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Frequently Asked Questions

I want to get a logo design, what should I do?

1. Select a package: SLIM Enterprises offers easy on the pocket logo design and branding packages. Choose which among our Starter, Executive, and Elite packages best suit your needs.

2. Fill out the creative brief: This is where you detail information on how you want your logo design created. While there is no limit on how little or more information you give, remember that the specific your instructions or expectations are, the quicker and better that we be able to deliver your desired logo.

3. Complete the contact details section: Unlike the creative brief where you are given freedom on the amount of information you wish to provide, here in the contact details section, we require you to leave as much contact information as possible. This is for easy communication. SLIM Enterprises will reach you often as necessary to ensure we hit your expectation.

4. Make your payment: Secure payment via PayPal to ensure your shopping experience is completely risk-free. Rest assured that SLIM Enterprises will not retain your payment information or details after the immediate transaction.

5. Design Process: A SLIM Enterprises’ account manager will assign a team of logo designers and branding experts to work on your project. These logo designers are handpicked to match their particular expertise and style of design with the needs of your industry sector and your design requirements brief. Multiple logo designers working on your project means that you get a fantastic scope of design flair, creativity, and ideas. Furthermore, we could devise the logo and design style you prefer very quickly.

6. Presentation of initial logo design compositions: In just 24 hours or less we will send you email on several logo design compositions for your review. If one of these designs stands out from the rest, then we move forward. If none caught your eye at this first stage, or if you would like to see how a combination of two possible designs might work, then we could modify your chosen design to make it perfect or we could have further discussions to see where you want to go with the logo ideas. This process is normal in creating business logos.

7. Final files: SLIM Enterprises will provide your finished logo design in every possible file format to cover any potential use of your new logo — that is in print, in advertising or web purposes.

8. Archiving your logo design: SLIM Enterprises will retain your logo design files for safekeeping so that in the event of a computer crash or a catastrophic network failure at your end, your original logo design files are always an email away.

I want to get a website design, what should I do?

1. Select a package: SLIM Enterprises offers easy on the pocket website design packages. Choose which among our Starter, Executive, and Elite packages best suit your needs.

2. Fill out the creative brief: This is where you detail information on how you want your website design created. While there is no limit on how little or more information you give, remember that we could sharpen up your website design much quicker if you provide us more information. SLIM Enterprises website designers are however adept in coming up with stunning designs from the shortest of briefs

3. Complete the contact details section: Leave here as much contact information as possible as SLIM Enterprises will need to keep in touch with you via email and phone as often as necessary.

4. Make your payment: Secure payment via PayPal to ensure your shopping experience is completely risk-free. Rest assured that SLIM Enterprises will not retain your payment information or details after the immediate transaction.

5. Design Process: A SLIM Enterprises’ account manager will assign a team of web designers to work on your project. These website designers are handpicked to match their particular expertise and style of design with the needs of your industry sector and your design requirements brief. Multiple web designers working on your project means that you get a fantastic scope of design flair, creativity, and ideas. Furthermore, we could devise the website and design style you prefer very quickly.

6. Initial website design composition/s: In just 2-3 days, SLIM Enterprises will email you the website design composition/s for your review. If one of these designs stands out from the rest, then we move forward. If none caught your eye at this first stage, or if you’d like to see how a combination of two possible designs might work, we could modify your chosen designs to make it perfect or we could have further discussions to see where you want to go with the website design ideas. This process is normal in creating and designing a website.

7. Final files: SLIM Enterprises will provide all the source files required and upload the website. We also offer a full domain registration and world class web hosting service. See hosting packages here.

8. Archiving your logo design: SLIM Enterprises will retain your logo design files for safekeeping so that in the event of a computer crash or a catastrophic network failure at your end, your original logo design files are always an email away.

What are the available logo design and branding packages?

Starter $135 3 Full color logo compositions 2 Revision FREE

2.Executive $169 3 Full color logo compositions 3 Revisions FREE Letterhead design Business card design.

Elite $224 3 Full color logo compositions 3 Revisions FREE Letterhead design Envelope design Business card design PowerPoint template.

What are the website design packages?

Starter $332 1 Design composition (1 homepage and 1 page template) 2-4 Inside pages 2 Stock photos used 2 Revisions FREE.

Executive $404 1 Design composition (1 homepage and 2 page template) 5-10 Inside pages 3 Stock photo used CSS/xHTML 3 Revisions FREE.

Elite $512 2 Design compositions (1 homepage and 3 page template) 10-20 Inside pages 4 Stock photo used CSS/xHTML Flash banner 3 Revisions FREE

How many logo concepts do I get?

SLIM Enterprises will provide you with 3 logo design concepts to choose from.

What software do you use to design my logo or website?

At SLIM Enterprises, we use state of the art equipment and latest Adobe Software to create your logo and website designs.

Can you supply a vector format?

Yes. SLIM Enterprises designers could supply your custom logo design in EPS (Encapsulated Post Script) as standard for no extra cost. EPS is a vector based file format used by print shops and it allows the design to be resized with no loss of quality. How much time do you need to finish my project? At SLIM Enterprises, we strive to deliver all initial logo choices within 24 hours or less and revisions not longer than 48 hours. For website designs, it is within 2-3 days.

What can I use my new logo for?

The logo could be used for a website, off-line printing, embedding in documents, printing on T-shirts, signs, banners, stationery, lunch box and many others. In fact, the only real limitation as to where you could use your logo is your imagination.

When do you start working on my project?

SLIM Enterprises design team will start working on your project as soon as we have confirmed receiving your payment.

What happens if I don’t like your initial logo or website designs?

SLIM Enterprises will present to you new set or more completely new logo or website design variations.

Do you welcome personal idea for logo or website design?

Any ideas or requests you may have for your future logo or website design are welcomed. Do indicate them however in the creative brief or contact the SLIM Enterprises’account manager assisting you so we could consider your ideas or requests. Please be as specific as possible.

Can you redo my existing logo design?

Yes. Please provide us with the latest version of your logo design, and mention it in your logo request. SLIM Enterprises will only charge US$45 for this type of order.

Do you make logo design for products, titles, or names?

Yes, SLIM Enterprises creates any type of graphic identity.

Who keeps the rights of the created logo design?

All the rights of the Artwork and Logos that SLIM Enterprises creates for our customers belong to our customers.

Why do I see different colors in my stationery and original logo design?

This happens because we matched your logos RGB colors with Pantone or CMYK colors for your stationery. Pantone colors may appear different on screen because we match them on the Pantone chart as it will appear when it gets printed. You will get a version of your logo in RGB colors as well.

Can I edit my business cards and stationery?

Yes, you can edit or change all the information on your business card and stationery. You will need to have Adobe Illustrator or Corel Draw installed on your computer because your stationery files are in a vector format.

What mode of payment do you accept?

SLIM Enterprises only accepts payments via PayPal. We do not accept bank transfers or in a special case there is an extra fee of at least $15.

How do I select colors for my logo and website?

Color plays a big part in graphic design. The colors used in a design set a mood or drive home a point. It may demonstrate strength or compassion, weakness or fear. Thus, it is important to consider the message you want to deliver when selecting the base colors for your own logo design. Choose wisely and half your marketing job is done. Make a poor choice and you will regret the mistake. While you could always change colors later, it helps to get it right the first time to save you money in the long run.

Let’s take a look at some colors that you could consider for your logo design and explore some of the hidden meanings. The logo color chart below is not exhaustive, but covers a large cross section of industries, professions, trades, and qualities. If your business type is not on the list, then you should see one that is a close match. The color red for instance, refers to red and its close shades like dark red and light red or deep red and others. It does not specifically refer only to the shade of red shown below in the chart.

Black — construction, corporate, oil, financial, fashion, manufacturing, cosmetics, mining, marketing, and tradesmen

Red — food, clothing, fashion, apparel, cosmetics, sports, real estate, entertainment, health care, caring, emergency services, hospitality, marketing, public relations, and advertising

Green — medicine, science, government, recruitment, ecological-business, tourism, and human resources

Blue — medical, scientific, utilities, government, health care, high-tech, recruitment, tradesmen, legal, information technology, dental, and corporate

Yellow — childcare, food and drink, entertainment, new technology, automotive, signs and banners, and e-commerce

Purple — body, mind and soul, astrology, tarot, aromatherapy, massage, yoga, arcane, healing, spiritual, and occult

Brown — construction, animals, mining, veterinary, finance, real estate, and ecology White — medical, science, high-tech, and dental

What types of formats will I receive?

AI: Native Adobe Illustrator source file format. Vector based. This is the industry standard vector drawing program.

EPS: Encapsulated PostScript (EPS) language file format can contain both vector and bitmap graphics and is supported by virtually all graphic, illustration, and page-layout programs. EPS format is used to transfer PostScript-language artwork between applications.

EPS format supports Lab, CMYK, RGB, Indexed Color, Duotone, Grayscale, and Bitmap color modes, and does not support alpha channels. EPS meantime supports clipping paths. Desktop Color Separations (DCS) format, a version of the standard EPS format, lets you save color separations of CMYK images. To print EPS files, you must use a PostScript printer.

GIF: Graphics Interchange Format (GIF) is the file format commonly used to display indexed-color graphics and images in hypertext markup language (HTML) documents over the World Wide Web and other online services. GIF is an LZW-compressed format designed to minimize file size and electronic transfer time. GIF format preserves transparency in indexed-color images, but it does not support alpha channels.
JPEG: Joint Photographic Experts Group (JPEG) format is commonly used to display photographs and other continuous-tone images in hypertext markup language (HTML) documents over the World Wide Web and other online services. JPEG format supports CMYK, RGB, and Grayscale color modes, and does not support alpha channels. Unlike GIF format, JPEG retains all color information in an RGB image, but compresses file size by selectively discarding data.

A JPEG image is automatically decompressed when opened. A higher level of compression results in lower image quality, and a lower level of compression results in better image quality. In most cases, the Maximum quality option produces a result indistinguishable from the original.

PDF: Portable Document Format (PDF) is a flexible, cross-platform, cross-application file format. Based on the PostScript imaging model, PDF files accurately display and preserve fonts, page layouts, and both vector and bitmap graphics. In addition, PDF files can contain electronic document search and navigation features such as electronic links. They are created using applications like Adobe Acrobat and Adobe Illustrator, and can contain multiple pages and images.

Adobe Illustrator, and can contain multiple pages and images. PNG: Developed as a patent-free alternative to GIF, Portable Network Graphics (PNG) format is used for lossless compression and for display of images on the World Wide Web. Unlike GIF, PNG supports 24-bit images and produces background transparency without jagged edges, but some Web browsers do not support PNG images. PNG format supports RGB, indexed-color, grayscale, and Bitmap-mode images without alpha channels. PNG preserves transparency in grayscale and RGB images.

PSD: Native Adobe Photoshop file format. This is the industry standard bitmap graphics program.

TIFF: Tagged-Image File Format (TIFF) is used to exchange files between applications and computer platforms. TIFF is a flexible bitmap image format supported by virtually all paint, image-editing, and page-layout applications. Also, virtually all desktop scanners can produce TIFF images.

TIFF format supports CMYK, RGB, Lab, indexed-color, and grayscale images with alpha channels and Bitmap-mode images without alpha channels.

What other services do you offer?

SLIM Enterprises is not just a graphic design company. We also provide web solutions needed to start your own business. As experts, we are honored to handle the headaches so you may concentrate on your business.

Can I see some portfolio of your recent works?

You may visit “Our work” page in www.slim-ent.com. or click here. For other samples, please contact us here or fill out the request form subject: Work Samples

Do you have an affiliate program?

Yes. Please contact us here or fill out the request form subject: Affiliate Program

I am from another country. Will this be a problem?

Absolutely not. There should be no problem at all no matter where you are around the globe. That is the sole purpose of having SLIM Enterprises a business online.