Brand Website Design / Development in London UK - Little Vitamin

Branding Packages

A brand created for your own unique identity.

Little Vitamin’s branding packages offer a full range of options for your new business.

From the simple logo to the full brand story, an effective, engaging and attractive brand can make a business great, and make a great business world-class. Our packages developed specifically for startups and small businesses. We aim to create a visual identity that you can be proud of.


“Can I just put on record my thanks for your help and co-operation. We have been hugely impressed with your professionalism.”

Graham King
 Veragon


 

Branding Packages

Every branding produced by Little Vitamin is unique in it’s own way. Our packages are meant as a guide, giving you clarity for your project plan. The branding packages are only available in conjunction with a website build. Please see our Website and Shopify Packages for more information.

Basic
£750
  • Logo Design
  • 3x logo Options
  • Brand colours
  • 3x colour palettes (based on suggested brand identity)
Premium
£1,500
  • The Basic Package plus the following:
  • Brand Mechanism
  • A brand identity is more than just a logo. Patterns, strokes, etc to tailor to your logo.
  • Business Cards
  • 3x business card options
  • Email Signatures
  • 3x email signature options
Platinum
£2,500
  • The Premium Package plus the following:
  • Brand Guidelines Doc
  • A Brand Toolkit sets out fundamental rules and guides about the brand, inc the logo, colour palette, typography, imagery, photography and visual device.
  • Compliments Slip
  • 3x compliments slip options
  • Headed Paper
  • 3x headed paper options

Take a look at some of our previous work?

Example Brand Guidelines Doc

Brand Guidelines (also commonly referred to as “brand standards”, “style guide” or “brand book”) are essentially a set of rules that explain how your brand works. Here are some examples of Brand Guideline Doc that we have produced.


 

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