Logos are the customer’s first impression of your company. Being such, it’s crucial for any business, large or small, to have a good logo. While the process of building one may seem simple, it’s a complex procedure of gauging a faceless audience’s psyche to best attract them to your products. Creating your own is a manageable task, but when considering the success of your business, quality is paramount. If you’re looking for results you can be confident in, place the first impression of your business into the hands of a good designer. 1. Quality will matter in the final product. Consumers see logos day in and day out, and whether they are experts in the field or not, they become familiar with the quality expected in important and serious businesses. If your logo is lacking in quality, the buyer will take instant (and even subconscious) notice, and perceive your company as lacking in quality. This can drive them to go to the next business that presents itself better. Having a good logo designer can ensure your logo is up to par in every aspect of the design — be it the colors, typography, the sharpness of the image, or the originality of the scheme — so it looks good and draws in customers. 2. Designers know how to cater to the market. Since logos are their stock and trade, they will be able to give you advice on which elements work and which do not. Perhaps the Amazon logo would have been less popular had it been an image of a monkey. It’s the sharpness of the text and the arrow pointing from “A to Z” (emphasizing the purpose of the business) that makes it iconic. This gives customers a face to attach a good reputation to. An experienced designer can do this for you, and create a logo that catches eyes while perfectly selling the intent of your business and all of your products. They know how the mind of the market works and can give you the best foot forward to cater to that psyche. 3. Designers know what is original and the importance of originality. Logo designers work with logos constantly, so they’re very experienced in what has been done and what is yet untapped. They’ll be familiar with all kinds of logos, and in hiring one, they can create a unique one for you alone, unlike a lesser designer who may scrap things from other successful or little known logos – either on purpose or by accident. While it may look nice, if it doesn’t strike the consumer as original for you, it’ll show potential customers that you are not devoted, not worth remembering; and...