Logo Design and Branding

The Process

Whether you’re starting a new company or looking to revamp your image, our design team will help you make your vision a reality. We understand that the logo and branding of a business is central to its identity, so we won’t finalise a design until you think it’s perfect. We’re not happy until you’re happy, so take as long as you need to request changes and settle on a final design.


Black Swan Printers have designed logos and branding material for businesses. Technology may make the world seem smaller, but our designs will help you stand out, whatever your industry.

The first step in our design process is to create a client brief by having a relaxed chat about what you want, and what you hope to achieve with your logo. During this chat, we will offer advice and guidance on the potential designs based on their experience. We believe understanding the customer’s needs is the most important part of the design process, so we will work closely with you to create the ideal design for your business.

Once all the information is gathered, our creative team will design several concepts based on your brief, and we’ll use your feedback to refine the design. Using your feedback, we will refine and develop the logo until we reach a final design that you will love. 

Once your design is finished which you are happy with, we will send it over in whatever format you need, including a high-resolution copy for example jpeg or pdf for printing, etc.


Branding is vital for creating a unique and recognisable presence, but many people underestimate the benefits of effective branding. With a consistent branding package, your business will appear professional, organised and consistent, but without it, clashes between designs may deter potential customers. By taking an involved and systematic approach to branding design, we can help you to promote your business across, business cards, packaging, letterheads and more.

Black Swan Printers will work with you to create a bespoke brand based on your target audience, business sector and intended style. By helping to choose your brand colours, fonts and overall style, you’ll end up with a brand board that you can apply to all aspects of your promotional material, packaging and presentation.