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Most people indulge in a glass of wine or a long bubble bath after a hard day at work. Me? I wrote a resignation letter to make myself feel better.
I wasn’t even sure I was going to hand it in. I thought about it. Re-read it 100 times. Tweaked a word or two. Then decided, “F*ck it. If there’s a right time to start my own business, this is it: Smack bang in the middle of a pandemic.”
How to attract new customers to your business. The fuss-free and foolproof client attraction method you’ll love.
Is your brand set up to make your target audience swoon? Or, over the years, has it become old-fashioned, out-dated, or irrelevant?* If it’s ready to ruin hearts (in the wholesome conversion kind of way), then double check consistency.
A brand style guide not only showcases the beauty of your brand in all the glory of its individual parts (‘cause, yep, a brand is more than just a logo) but also clearly tells you how to deliver your brand across multiple channels.
Before a graphic designer begins the branding process for you and any business, we need to talk about your mission and vision statements. These two statements are the foundation of what creates a strong brand.
When you’re first branding, you’ll feel like a child with a new toy. You’ll want to jump to the end where you get to play with a shiny new thing. It’s easy to rush the process, but you can make mistakes along the way. I want to share with you the most common ones to avoid, so you can get your branding right from the start.
I’m so excited for this month’s blog because here, you’ll learn all about why you need to understand your ideal client.
You see, intimately understanding your ideal client is super essential for your business and your brand.
Branding is an investment for your business, so to do it right you must uncover exactly who your brand is targeting.
Canva’s a bit of a controversial topic amongst designers because we all have our opinions, and we can feel like it’s a bit of a replacement.
However, I want you to know my truth about Canva. Because believe it or not, as a brand designer and illustrator, I actually recommend Canva to my clients.
I see it as a compliment to your graphic designer and your business. Which means it’s an excellent tool for businesses that have strong branding already in place. But, it’s not a replacement for a designer entirely.
I’m incredibly excited for you to read today’s blog. Because I’m chatting with Gemma from Contently driven.
She’s a copywriter and coach who writes copy that sounds like you or teaches you how. She’s all about unleashing your brand voice, so your words are unique to you.
I know many of you get super excited when you get your logo proofs back. And I totally get it. It’s an exciting time, right? But my keen bean, because you’re so thrilled you can’t choose which concept resonates with you the most. And you’re struggling to make a final decision. Which means you want to show all your friends, family and your cat too right? Because they’ll help you to decide, yeah? However what happens next is, you get confused.
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