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.
Cioccolato a pastry boutique specialising in custom deserts for those special events. In the last couple of years, auteur pastries has grown considerably, which is why brand and product differentiation have become crucial factors for the success of a business.
Today a Designer Interview with Chris Do he is an Emmy award winning director, designer, strategist and educator. He’s the Chief Strategist and CEO of Blind a Santa Monica based brand strategy design consultancy in California he is also the Founder of The Futur— an online education platform that teaches the business of design to creative thinkers.
Founded in 1995, Blind has been a pioneer in the motion design field and has made hundreds of award-winning commercials, music videos and broadcast promos that combine design, typography, animation, live action and visual effects for screens and clients of all sizes.
What makes a great online typeface? How do you know when a font works? What do you need to know to design with fonts?
Join award-winning designer, author, and type expert Jason Santa Maria for a practical deep dive that will change the way you discover, select, and make the most of today’s stunning online typography landscape — a perfect class for designers, marketers, and everyone writing on the web!
Today a Designer Interview With Simon Charwey a Asanteman-based Brand Identity Designer based in Kumasi, Ghana. Simon’s twitter account @LogoMyth Documents logo myths and useful brand insights shared by Logo & Brand Identity Designers, we and many others have been featured on there. He also has another account @Logoonmymind which is about creating & anthologising both existing and new logo ideas (Adinkra symbols) in monogram. Also writing about adinkra logo systems & West African symbology. Logo on my mind was the inspiration behind Simon’s Museum Of Adinkra project he is currently working on.