WEBGIO.com creates high quality cost effective custom logo designs for all types of businesses. Below is our four steps logo design process as well as a list of file types we deliver that can be used on future marketing applications through our business identity packages. Examples of our work can be seen in our portfolio. Our goal is to start every web site with a custom brand first.

Step 1 - Logo Design Consult

We kick-off the project and conduct a detailed analysis to understand you and your business. We study your business, industry, current materials, the office, and color schemes to create a seamless design that best reflects your business.

Step 2 - Initial Customer Review

We deliver 5 proof logos custom developed for your business. A selection is made and we work with you to capture requested enhancements to the logo selected. We make those edits to the design.

Step 3 - Final Draft Customer Review

We deliver a proof of the custom logo. We work with you to make minor final enhancements to the logo. We make those edits to the design.

Step 4 - Final Logo Delivery

We deliver the final custom logo in several digital formats be used on future marketing projects through our business identity packages.


Image of an EPS Logo file format.

Every logo we design is created using vector based logo design software such as Adobe Illustrator or Corel Draw. A EPS file allows for the logo to be scalable at any size. This is the best file format to send your printer when doing print advertising or packaging.

AI (Mac and PC)

Image of an AI (Mac and PC) file format.

Adobe Illustrator Artwork (AI) is a proprietary file format developed by Adobe. Essentially, this is the original working file that logo designers use to create the logo. This file is completely editable should you ever need to alter your logo design for any reason.


Image of a GIF file format.

This file format was originally developed for photographers. Jpeg is a compression format that allows for users to have good quality images on the internet. They are also used in many Microsoft Office programs. A jpeg is the most popular digital format.


Image of a GIF file format.

The format has since come into widespread use on the World Wide Web due to its wide support and portability. It also supports animations and is necessary to create an animated logo for email signatures.


Image of a TIF file format.

Another versatile format ideal for heavy images as the compression is much less. The best part of a TIF is that it retains its transparency. This means that your logo will be on clear or transparent background. Most popular Microsoft applications support the tif.


Image of a PSD file format.

This is a native Photoshop format which stores an image as a set of layers, including text, masks, opacity, blend modes, color channels, alpha channels, clipping paths, and duotone settings. Photoshop's popularity means that the PSD format is widely used, and it is supported by the majority of professional printers.


Image of a PDF file format.

The acronym stands for Portable Document Format. This file format is especially valuable when attempting to get your printing quoted by a professional printer.