Developing your Brand Design

What is Brand Identity?
Brand Identity is the collection of all elements that a business creates to portray the right image to their clients.

How to identify your Brand
Ask yourself:
- Why did you start this business?
- What are beliefs and values that are important to you as a business?
- What do you do better than anyone else in your industry?
- What makes you special?
- If you were to describe your business in 3 words, what would they be?
- What are the 3 words I would want your clients to describe you?


Design - the foundation of your Brand Identity
Things like your logo, your packaging, your web design, your social media graphics, your business cards, etc.

Nailing your design = Nailing your Brand Identity = Building a successful business that's an accurate representation of who you are as a Brand

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Developing your Brand Identity

Start from the ground up and lock in your design structure, the building block of your Brand Identity.

1. Typography

(font or type)

2. Colour Palette

  • RED = Passion (loud, youthful, exciting)

  • ORANGE = Friendly & playful

  • YELLOW = Sunshine & happiness (fun, accessible, affordable)

  • GREEN = Versatile (money, nature)

  • BLUE = Stable & trustworthy

  • PURPLE = Royalty & luxurious

  • PINK = Femininity, soft & luxurious

  • BROWN = Rugged & masculine

  • BLACK = Modern, sophisticated & classic

 

3. Form/Shape

ROUND - Feeling of Community, unity, love & femininity

STRAIGHT EDGED SHAPES (squares, rectangles, triangles) - Strength, efficiency, trustworthiness. Must be balanced with something fun like dynamic colours

STRAIGHT LINES - Vertical = Masculinity, Horizontal = Tranquility & mellow vibes

4. Logo

The Cornerstone of your Brand Identity

5. Website

Most representative aspect of your Brand Identity

6. Business Cards

Reinforces a positive opinion of you in the eyes of potential customers/clients. 

Keep it simple. Company Logo on one side, key personal details on the other

7. Email Design

Keep it short, sweet & simple

8. Brand "Style Guide"

Your document that outlines your design assets

 

 

Consistency is the key to create a strong Brand Identity