We will start working on your project once you order a package and we receive payment.
You can place an order via the following methods:
- Visit our pricing section, select one of our many packages, choose any additional extras available within the package and add to basket. Once you have gone through the checkout process and made the initial payment, one of our designers will be in contact within 24 hours of receiving payment.
- Contact us via phone or email and we can discuss your needs, provide you with a quotation and begin the order once your are happy and the initial payment has been made.
Yes. If you wish to build a bespoke package, you can do this by contacting us via phone or email or by visiting the pricing section and scrolling down to the ‘Create Your Bespoke Package’ form. One your send the form, we will get back to you within 24 hours to discuss your needs and answer questions you may have.
Your designer will be able to give you a timeframe for each phase of your projects lifecycle.
Yes. Not all of our clients are local, so we cater to clients over email and also phone.
Additional design revisions can be added to your project. You may choose from:
- 2 Changes per design
- 5 Changes per design
- Unlimited changes per design.
Your designer will suggest which one would be suitable for the size of your project but it will be entirely your decision of course.
During the course of your project, you may add additional items if you please but changes to other services once they have began can only be made within reason. Once a service within a project has began, the service in question cannot be cancelled.
Your designer will give you an estimated time of completion.
Please Note: Handover cannot be complete before the final payment has been made.
Its best to ask your designer but depending on the nature of your project, it could be from 2 days to 3 months+
Any ideas or requests for your future logo are welcome and you may indicate them during the start of the project, or contact your project coordinator. Please be as specific as possible.
Yes. Please provide us with the latest version of your logo design, and mention it in your logo request.
Corporate images are very simple, which makes them unique, memorable and highly recognisable from any distance and at any size.
Yes, we create any type of graphic identity.
You can get optimised bitmap files for the WEB: (*.GIF 72dpi, *.JPEG 150dpi, PNG-24 (transparent)) , high-resolution image (*.TIFF 300dpi), scalable vector files for printing (*.ai, *.pdf, *eps) in RGB and CMYK colours.
Yes, we provide you with scalable vector files (AI, EPS, PDF).
Vector files are files that you can resize, scale, and even change colours or fonts without loosing any quality or resolution on your image. Vector files are mostly used by professional designers or print shops.
Vector files are used on specific vector based software applications such as Adobe Illustrator.
Currently we only accept online bank transfers but we are in the process of getting our PayPal services up and running in order to accept payments through PayPal and allow card payments using all major cards.
Yes, Sky Guardian can cater to your pre-print marketing needs.
Yes we do.
We offer all key stationary designs to our clients, such as:
- Business Cards
- Compliment Slips
- Appointment Cards
If there is anything else you require, please contact us to see whether we can accommodate you.
We predominantly work with Wordpress as we believe it to have great usability.
Yes, if this is specified from the beginning, we can make your website mobile & tablet friendly and allow it to respond to many different screen sizes.
Yes, We are able to set you up with Wordpress and create you a wonderful content managed e-commerce store.
Yes, We offer monthly to yearly maintenance.
If you have a custom request, get in touch with us and we can try to meet your needs.
A copyright protects original works that fall under the categories of literature, dramatic, musical, artistic, and intellectual. These works may be published or unpublished, and the Copyright Act of 1976 gives the owner exclusive rights to reproduce their work in any medium. A copyright protects a form of expression, but not the subject matter of the work. For example, if someone wrote an article about a new car on the market, the text would be copyrighted, preventing someone else from using that particular material. However, a copyright does not prevent others from writing their own original article about this new car, or from using or making the car themselves.
A trademark is used to protect a word, symbol, device or name that is used for the purpose of trading goods. The trademark indicates the source of goods and distinguishes them from the goods of others. A trademark may also be used to prevent others from using a mark that might be confused with another; trademarks, however, do not prevent other people or businesses from producing the same product or services under a different mark.
All the rights of the Artwork, Logos and other designs we create for our customers can be transferred to our customers. However, we retain the right to market designs we have completed through our online, social media and hard copy portfolios.