Logo Design Companies Reviewed and Compared in New Report by Knoji

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Knoji announced the availability of new consumer guide comparing top logo design companies.

Today, there are now several online design services that have a plethora of designers willing to compete for your work and ensure you like the end result.

Knoji, a leading provider of consumer reviews and information, today announced the availability of a new consumer guide comparing top options in logo design. There are many options when it comes to designing a new logo. Knoji's new consumer guide aims to provide consumers with an in-depth comparison between some of the top companies competing in this market.

An excerpt from the report is included below:

"crowdSPRING has over 128,000 designers and writers signed up to their site. They not only post your brief for all these designers to consider pursuing, but also allow all of the designers to put forward their ideas competing for the job. Therefore, you get lots of work to choose from, but only have to pay the one price for the design you end up selecting.As logo designs come in you can also provide feedback and the designers will submit revisions. You then choose the designer you want to work with and they will perfect the final design for you. Typical projects return 100+ custom designs."

"99 Designs also provides you with many logo designs to choose from for the one price. They refer to their service as launching a contest. You create a brief and then they host a contest to see who can deliver the best logo for you. You can provide feedback along the way to help designers create something perfect for you. When you pick your favorite, you will receive the logo and copyright.They also facilitate the ability to continue working with a favorite design after the initial project.  In this instance they offer a 1 to 1 invoicing system that allows you to negotiate project tasks and prices with the designer themselves."

"eLance works a little differently to the other two logo design services. They also act as an intermediary between freelance designers and the purchaser of a design service, but the work is delivered in a different manner. They have over 2 million freelancers signed up to their site and over 114,000 of these are design and multimedia professionals. You add your design brief to their site and then freelancers respond to it by stating what they can offer you. You are then required to select a freelancer to create your logo for you. So you get a large range of designers to choose from, but not logo designs from multiple designers."

Read the full report here.

Knoji, based in Los Angeles, is a leading consumer website providing in-depth reviews, Q&A forums, and information on deals and discounts on thousands of top retailers worldwide. Consumers can find information on most leading e-commerce websites including those from the fashion, technology, financial and travel industries.

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