Let’s start by acknowledging that branding is essential for any business endeavor or professional individual who want to build up a personal reputation. There’s a certain link between a successful business and a strong and powerful branding and this is why you should always treat this part of your marketing strategy with the utmost attention.
A bad client can cost you more than just the time spent dealing with the hassle they create. There are greater risks like not getting paid, or having legal issues. I have a strong gut feeling when dealing with a bad client, and every time I’ve ignored it, it’s ended badly. Over time I learned to recognise the things they did leading up to a bad break-up. In this article we discuss 8 Red Flags to Avoid Bad Freelance Clients.
Pulling out a business card during a meeting shows professionalism and eagerness in creating further business relationships with a colleague. A business card serves as a valuable asset for an organization/ company and for every person practicing in their field of expertise. If you are seeking to promote yourself and your line of business, continuous giving of business cards should be done in an effective manner. To serve this purpose a lot of printing agencies help you deal with your work.
We are surrounded by logos on a daily basis they are everywhere we look and typically found on everything from food, clothes, cars, toys, electrical equipment such as our televisions, games consoles, radios, cookers, and fridges. Even when walking down the street and when a bus passes by they are literally everywhere we look.
People on the web have joined together as they are upset over some extremely minor details in the new Google logo design and it’s getting a little crazy regarding this on the web. People on Reddit joined together to bring this issue to the table and as it turns out the problem is bigger than it seems. So let’s take a look at what the people on the net are saying is incorrect. Just to put a disclaimer out there this is not my work or my comments, the comments below the images are what users are saying about the findings.
In this article, I want to share a short video that’s worth a watch – What Makes a Truly Great Logo By Michael Bierut
Here’s how a simple mark ends up meaning something big as a great logo. Joe Posner of Vox, and well renowned graphic designer and author Michael Bierut (designer of the Hillary Clinton logo) explain.
In this post, we will be taking a look at Ways to Know If You Have The Right Logo Design
What makes a brand succeed and others fail? Obviously, it’s the quality of the product and service being offered to the target market, the overall customer service and availability are very important factors in any brands success. Let’s say all the above factors are equal, what is it that sets that business apart from the masses of competition?
When it comes to logos, you want to create a design that feels original, fresh, and relevant. You want a logo that feels both on-brand and on-trend – not generic and dated.
But what is “trendy” these days? What 2017 logo trends are here to stay? And which should you embrace to create a logo that’s not only trendy, but can withstand the test of time and carry your brand into 2018 and beyond?
Here are seven logo trends in 2017 that are showing no signs of slowing:
Colour probably doesn’t rank as the most important factor to a client when they are considering their branding.
We are all subconsciously connected to different colours. Red is warm and is an indicator of danger. Blue is cold. Green indicates peace and nature. We’re tuned into it, and it is something that has evolved with us as human beings. We use our perception of colour in our everyday lives from the moment we wake until when we go to bed.
In this post i would like to share some art work that caught my attention, it’s from Philippines-based artist Risa Odil, As a Marvel fan growing up loving superheros and loving all the Marvel Movies that are been released it comes as no surprise that something like this would catch my eyes.