When the designer gives you the sketch made based on the preferences that you indicated previously, you can request the realization of the modifications that you consider appropriate on that particular sketch, each batch of modifications or requests that you make will be considered a "revision" of the logo, which you can make the number of times that is indicated in your design plan.
That is, if you have three revisions included, once the designer gives you the sketch of the logo you can tell him, for example, to change the name, put it in another typeface, and change the color of the logo, when he hands you the new one The resulting sketch will allow you to carry out the same process twice more.
It is very important that during the contracting of the service you specify as detailed as possible how you want your logo, since based on that information the designer will design, the more precise it is, the more accurate the design will be, and therefore, fewer revisions you will need to.
If you have already exhausted the revisions included in your design plan but still need to modify elements of the sketch, you have two options:
- Expand the contracted design plan
- Hire the add-on for additional revisions
The versions of a design are different proposals of logos (sketches) created from specific specifications. These design proposals (sketches) have between 20% and 100% difference between them.