There is no denying the importance of a brand logo, just ask anyone who ever bought a car, a pair of sneakers or even a box of cereal. It’s one of the first things a customer will notice about your brand, and it’s something they’ll continue to see as they build a relationship with you. A great logo will distinguish your business from its competitors and will help your customer form an emotional attachment to your product or service.
Posted on Apr 23, 2018 by Courtney Bateson
These #MondayMotivation quotes can serve as an inspiration for all types of businesses. We hope they gear you up for the working week ahead!
Posted on Sep 21, 2017 by Anna Vehslage
In history classes growing up, we’ve studied the importance of the printing press and how it led to a revolution: the rise in literacy rates and the spread of knowledge across the world. More recently, however, we have encountered another revolutionary invention that democratized the digital world and pioneered graphic design. The introduction of the Macintosh computer in 1984 changed the design world forever with its featured font menu. After taking a calligraphy class at Reed College, Steve Jobs understood the importance of typeface and later integrated this feature into his computer. This type menu has transformed design forever and become an integral part of artistic composition. As you devise your branding and marketing efforts, keep in mind the importance font plays in identifying with target audiences, gaining the attention of consumers and creating an image that resonates with them.
Posted on Jun 27, 2017 by Emily Ballard
Although we live in a predominantly digital world, print marketing is still potent in making a statement for your brand. It can establish trust and increase engagement with consumers. Most companies incorporate both digital and print marketing to keep their brand premium and credible. As the world continues to advance digitally, consumers are also rediscovering their appreciation for print advertising. Here are a few reasons why you shouldn’t overlook print marketing as you devise your next media plan: