Disclaimers & Policies


I tend to seek full payment up front due to the fragile and precarious nature of releasing and showing unique ideas prior to being paid. If you are happy to pay the full amount, please let me know.

5% will be deducted from invoice if full payment is made upfont.

If full payment is not appropriate, then a minimum of 50% is required as set out on this proposal. This is routine, and unfortunately has been bourne through necessity. For repeat customers, I am then able to be more flexible.


I can only secure projects into my schedule on receipt of the deposit. If there is any kind of delay at this point, other projects may take priority. This is not to pressure you in any way, it’s just so you know where you stand in terms of scheduling.

Once deposit is received, I will forward on a receipt of the payment then be in touch with getting further information in preparation for the start of the project.


Preferred methods include bank transfer, any major credit card, paypal, and cash.


All preparation materials, sketches, visuals, including the electronic files used to create the project remain the property of BCTD. The final artwork/digital files will become the property of the client mentioned in this proposal ONLY upon final payment of the project.

BCTD reserves the right to show any artwork, ideas, sketches created for this project in a portfolio as examples of client work. This can be during the project and also on completion. If you have any specific ‘secrecy/stealth mode’ requirements, please mention this before agreeing to the proposal.


I sincerely request that you trust me to do the job you are paying me to do. That you will take on board my suggestions and ideas to be in your best interests.

I am not an artworker, I will not tolerate any form of micro-managing or intimidation during a project. If you are used to directing or insist on being hands on, this will likely be an uncomfortable experience for both of us.


If you choose to cancel the project midway through the project, where ideas and proposals have been submitted, refund of previous payment is not possible. However, depending on the work completed and overall budget, a portion of the funds ‘may’ be returned.

If I fall ill or am unable to complete the project due to unforeseen circumstances a portion of the overall budget will be returned. In most cases the complete amount will be refunded. If the work so far completed can be used for another designer to pick up, then a percentage will be refunded based on work completed or any other reasonable suggestion will be considered.


I reserve the right to suspend any project if a client: interferes with excessive micromanaging, demonstrates a continued lack of trust and inability to move forward after showing more than a reasonable number of unique logo ideas/concepts and/or shows reluctance in paying the final payment.

Fair notice will be given with fair chance to remedy the situation without resorting to project suspension or termination. Any suspension or termination will not result in any refunds.


Due to the lengthy and often costly procedures required to initiate any form of Trademark, Copyright and legal name search, I am unable to help with this.

If you require the logo to be trademarked, then you must seek proper legal advice.


You take full responsibility for ensuring that the company/product/name is legally free before work is started. Should any legal issue arise with the naming after the project has been completed, no refunds are possible neither am I responsible for any problems thus arising.

Please ensure the name you are using is free and legally safe to use before committing to a logo project.

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