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Lenny Passofaro. Is a true professional in his trade. He created a Minnesota wild decal for a shadow box with led lights For my man cave that is simply fantastic. I recommend "Lenny" for any graphic art projects. Thanks for all of your hard work.Apr 16, 2015Verified
Lenny is all about customer service, and he was a pleasure to work with. He's got great creative vision, and was able to bring my logo idea to life quickly and for a fraction of the prices that I was quoted elsewhere. I would not hesitate to refer him or work with him again, highly recommended!Dec 16, 2014
Lenny worked independently for me for many years. He worked full time for Midwest the final few years where he acted as Art Director, managing all projects involving graphics; catalog, packaging, website asset creation and management, signage and more. Lenny was able to do pretty much any task we asked him to do. I still use his services 2-3 times a year.Dec 10, 2014
Sarah N.Dec 14, 2014
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- What should the customer know about your pricing (e.g., discounts, fees)?My pricing is dependent upon what you need and what I have to work with. If you have a solid idea of what you are looking for and you just need me to execute that idea, I can usually get it done for less than $500. If we're starting from scratch, that will take more time and will therefore cost more. Considering that agencies charge anywhere from $10,000 -15,000 for creating a logo, my services are a huge bargain at a fraction of that amount.
- What advice would you give a customer looking to hire a provider in your area of work?Have a good idea of what your looking for. I can work with you if you have nothing but a name to work with, but you should think about what you would like your customers to feel when they see your logo.
- What questions should customers think through before talking to professionals about their project?That it takes time to create a lasting logo. People think what we do is "magic" sometimes, that we can push a button and create a logo. It just doesn't work that way. Also that a logo should be simple; a complex, detailed illustration should not be used as a logo. It should be immediately identifiable, think the golden arches - everyone knows that logo, and yours should be equally simple.