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Logo Design Hangout

Consultation For Designers & Clients

It's pretty clear that the Hangout feature of Google+ will is a great hit amongst a great many people with new uses for it being found almost every day.

Some of you may know that I have tinkered with The Logo Clinic where you could submit logo design questions and seek the advice and help of other designers etc. The clinic has been taking a breather whilst I focus on my own client work and getting up to speed with Google+, but the idea of using the hangout feature for a variation of The Logo Clinic has really inspired me to crank the general theme of the clinic up once again.

I have posted a few general statements via my Google+ steam about my intention to use hangouts to conduct a sort of logo design consultation -- the feedback has been pretty positive -- so I have decided to run with it and see how it all pans out.

Who Is It For?

Initially I was just planning on using it to provide help and advice to other designer's but I realised that it would be equally as valuable if it were to be open to anyone seeking advice about logo design in general.

  • If you are a designer with a question or seeking general advice about logo design or freelancing then The Logo Clinic Hangout is for you. Asking my opinion on a logo design you have completed can be tricky, especially if I don't like it, so would ask you refrain from putting me on the spot with this. Better to use Dribbbble or Forrst for this sort of help:)
  • It's also open for non creative types who may need some direction on the whole idea of logo design in general. You may be looking to hire someone, and need some general advice -- I'm not expecting to be your choice of designer so no sales pressure tactics from me -- on how best to go about it or you may be struggling with the best way to provide the sort of information required for a useful logo design brief.

I really feel this could be a fun and much more dynamic way to talk and chat about various logo design issues that you may be facing.

If you think this could be of interest to you then first thing would be for you to follow me on Google+ so that you can see when I am planning the next hangout. If you would like a prpv

General Hangouts

Once you have me in a circle then it's just a case of watching out for the next session. I will try to give at least 24hours notice, but I'm sure there will also be very spontaneous sessions.

If you are just curious then feel free to lurk in the background, as I know a few of you are interested about the idea, so happy to have you onboard. :-)

Private Hangouts

I am also prepared to do private or one-on-one sessions so if you would like to secure a few moments of my time then please send me an email or direct/private message via my Google+ profile.

I can't promise I will be able to help or even spare the time for private hangouts, as it all depends on my existing client work schedule, but I will certainly try my very best.

If you have any questions or thoughts about this idea then please do let me know via comments below.

See ya.



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