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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.
Today we’re going to discuss logo and brand guidelines.
Have you ever seen a company’s logo which has been stretched and squeezed it doesn’t look the best does it. Now imagine if that was your logo and you’d spent time and effort to get the perfect design and the perfect brand identity for your business or your service or your product and then you hand it over to someone. They take it the put it in an advert and they squash it to make it fit I can imagine it’s not going to make you happy.
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.
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.
In this article were going to discuss The Importance of Your Brand Colours
No aspect of design, be it for a product, a logo, or a website, influences a customer’s opinion as much as colour. On a completely subconscious level, the colour used has a significant impact on what the consumer thinks, and people will find a company off putting that does not use the right colour in the right way to match what they are selling. The effort you put into picking a colour scheme for your company might be the best investment you ever make.
What makes a great online typeface? How do you know when a font works? What do you need to know to design with fonts?
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