When we work with clients on branding projects, the one thing we always say is that consistency is the key to building a recognisable brand identity.
A brand must be consistent in its design and messages in order to be successful.
The way your brand is portrayed online should be at the top of your branding priorities list, as websites are now often the first port of call for customers looking for a product or service.
Firstly, let’s think about why we have a website and what is its purpose.
Branding guidelines are the glue that holds your brand identity together; it holds the key to consistency and integrity of the brand.
We come across so many companies that do not have branding guidelines and experience a lack of consistency with their marketing, which leads to diluted brand messages.
Colour theory is a central and often overlooked area of design, but it is paramount when it comes to branding. In an ever-growing marketplace, it’s more crucial than ever for businesses to differentiate themselves from their competitors to create a powerful, lasting impression on their audiences.
We have come across a few clients recently who have had a new website created before coming to us for branding. Branding should be the starting point for everything in your company and although we can design a brand identity with a website as the basis, this really is the wrong way round.
In is important for your branding to give out the same message wherever it is seen or heard. For your visual identity, that means that consistency and quality are key. In the digital age, it is becoming increasingly important to look good on screen, but most brands also still have printed marketing materials, such as corporate letterheads, business
Typography is the art and technique of arranging type to make written language legible, readable, and appealing when displayed; but have you ever considered that the font type you choose for your logo plays a crucial role to help define your brand?
Like handwriting, we associate different fonts with
Having worked with design and print for many years, one of the areas I have a wealth of experience in is all the different print finish options available and the challenges that they present if not used correctly. Similarly to my earlier post about choosing the right materials to match your brand, the right print finish is equally as important.
A previous blog discussed the concept of your brand being similar to your reputation. And one of the best ways to create and maintain a good reputation is to show your customers or clients that they are valued.
Branded gifts say a lot about your company and whatever you choose should be a good representation of your brand and your brand values.
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