Having worked with clients to design campaign websites, it’s a natural evolution to offer political logo designs to others.
Montgomery, NY (PRWEB) September 17, 2013
OnlineCandidate.com is pleased to announce that it now carries a selection of downloadable political logo templates to assist designers in creating custom campaign logos that can be used for promotional materials.
“Having worked with clients to design campaign websites, it’s a natural evolution to offer logo designs to others,” says Carol Daley, Partner of Daley Professional Web Solutions and OnlineCandidate.com. “These are high-res graphics suitable for both print and web purposes.”
Designed for candidates, campaigns and non-profits, these premium political logos are professionally designed and fully editable. They are suitable for candidates of any elected position, including judges, sheriffs and school board candidates.
Each template package includes the following files:
- Digital Campaign Logo: Editable Photoshop PSD
- Digital Campaign Logo: Editable Illustrator AI
- Fonts: Copies of the fonts used in the design
- Social Media Templates: Facebook, Twitter, YouTube and Google+ templates to add your political logo and edit for your campaign social media accounts.
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These template files are in high-resolution PSD and AI formats, designed for Adobe Photoshop and Adobe Illustrator. The user must have knowledge of these programs and graphic manipulation skills in order to properly edit the templates.
“We added the social media template because designing for the profiles with the correct specs is difficult and time-consuming,” Daley adds. “These will help campaigns create a more complete and standardized online presence.”
A logo customization option is also available. Logos can be customized with the buyer’s name and slogan.
To view the entire selection, visit http://www.onlinecandidate.com/store/political-logos.
Since 2004, Online Candidate has provided political candidates and organization with affordable campaign websites and other resources. For more information, visit http://www.onlinecandidate.com.