The cost of a professional logo design is a question that cannot be easily answered as every company has different needs, however, the best way to approach this problem is to draw up a customized quote for each individual following a formula.
This topic could very a huge issue for many designers around the glove, so the thing is, no project is the same and every client is different, and when I say different is REALLY different. We ( the designers ) can’t give a total price until a design brief is in place and ready to play, and that doesn’t happen until after talking, having a meeting or emailing the client.
Designers new to the profession often ask “what they should charge”. As much as I want to, Is impossible for me or anyone give specifics, and this simple design pricing formula is why:
No-one, and trust me when I say no-one knows better than you how much talent you have or how much you need to earn to makes ends meet. Furthermore, every project is different.
A number of factors have to be taken into consideration when designing a logo, such as how many logo concepts need to be presented, how many revisions are required, how much research is needed, the size of the business and so on.
To wrap up, I’d like to quote a comparison by David Airey
Comparing the design industry to any other is by no means exact, but the, “How much for a logo?” question is kind of like asking an estate agent, “How much for a house?”.