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Logo Presentation Template

Just sending over jpegs and a vector file to clients? No more! Present your work the right way. Think of this presentation template as a brand book lite that focuses on logo and positioning. Containing 16 pages this layout template is in .Ai, .Psd, and .Indd formats and is specifically designed to professionally present your logo/branding projects.

Give your work that extra bit of polish before you send it off into the world. Clean, well organized and easy to use, just add in your logo, tweak the colors add your own image mockups and you are ready to present to your clients.

Template Features:

• Title

• Full Logo, B&W

• Logotype Treatment

• Logo Mark

• Incorrect Logo Application

• Colors

• System Icons

• Typography

• Personality

• Equites

• Perceptual Map

• FAQ Page

Files Included:

• CC 2015 Photoshop Document (.Psd)

• CC 2015 InDesign Files (.Ai)

• CC 2015 InDesign File (.Indd)

• CS4+ InDesign Files (.Idml)

• Sample mockup pdf

Fonts Used:

• Roboto, available from: http://www.fontsquirrel.com/fonts/roboto

Design/Images Used:

Any design/images used in the preview are for illustration purposes only.

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