Ft. Lauderdale, Florida (PressExposure) April 26, 2009 -- Stellar Concepts & Design, nation's leading marketing firm for small to medium businesses, has added 3D logo Rendering and Animation services to its already existing varied list of marketing services.
A logo is the face of a company which represents the company's brand or the corporate identity and brings out the immediate customer recognition. A company without a logo, or even worse with a poorly designed company logo, may appear 'amateur' to the consumer. Every well known and successful 'brand name' companies rely heavily on their company logos for recognition within their industry and among their customers. The company logos of Nike, IBM, McDonalds & Apple are instantly recognized by people around the world.
At a time when the companies are leaving no stones unturned for website visibility, brand awareness and the likes, 3D Logos are, gradually, taking over 2D Logos.
"A well thought out company logo can help carry a business to the next level of success. Stellar Concepts & Design uses 3D software to give an added depth and edge to the existing 2D logo and enhances the brand name. 3D Animated Logos are a brilliant promotional device. 3D allows the logo design to be used for Presentations, Corporate videos, Websites Promotional CD's and DVD's. Not only are they eye catching but most often a conversation piece as well. They can enhance display screens at trade shows and be used as an attention grabber on the web. Using a short animation at the beginning or end of your presentation creates a lasting impression," rejoices Anthony Guidice, Stellar Concepts and Design president and founder.
"The next step is to compare your company logo with your competitors. It is essential that your logo be at least as compelling as your competitors'. The best way to ensure it is to allow one of Stellar Concepts & Design award winning professional logo designers to work with you and create an image worthy of your business. 3D logos can actually help pushing the brand awareness to the brighter side," quips Giudice.