Branding is such an overwhelming process. Picking colors, choosing a name, fonts, image inspiration. And that's all just the surface of your brand. There's so much more that goes into it. Your content, customer service, the value you provide. If you feel like you don't have a creative mind, it may . . .
You could use this gorgeous color combination any-time of the year. But it's super-fun for a less traditional approach to a patriotic theme! The color palette includes: a brick red, deep red, medium turquoise, light gray, and a perfect medium gray! Who would this type of branding appeal . . .
Set a feeling for the tropics or sunset with this warm-toned branding! The tropical color palette includes: a light/medium gray, lilac purple, deep raspberry, dark coral (that color of the year again!), and a warm golden yellow! Who would this type of branding appeal to? Anything having to do . . .
Do you ever scroll through Facebook and see someone else's Facebook cover photo and think: 'Damn! I wish I could get my cover images to look like that! Mine look like a 5th grader designed them.'? If you want to step up your Facebook cover photo game, then keep reading below for 5 Tips to take yours . . .
I love the bright pop of color in this true summer color palette! It just screams "summer" and "sunshine" to me! This branding contains the following color palette: bright sky blue, golden yellow, dark red, pumpkin orange, and a slate gray. Who would this type of branding appeal . . .
This chill branding contains the following beach color palette: light moss green, light turquoise, dark turquoise, coral (the color of the year!), and royal blue. It evokes the lazy, hazy days of summer and a calm feeling. Who would this type of branding appeal to? Anything having . . .
This delightful branding contains the following summer color palette: royal blue, turquoise, coral (the color of the year!), dark pink, and black. It's bright, fun, and eye-catching! Who would this branding or design style appeal to? Anything having to do . . .
While perusing Facebook groups online, I often see someone post some variation of this question: "Instead of followers, how do I get more leads?" While it is easy to give an answer to this question" (Hint...answer = build relationships). The WHY and the HOW of building relationships online can be . . .
Every social media platform has its own personality and purpose. Facebook is for community-building. Instagram is a visual billboard. Pinterest is a search engine. Yep! You heard that right. It's not a visual scrapbook or meant to be anything other than, a VISUAL SEARCH ENGINE. And because people . . .
Marvel isn't the only place you can find heroes and villains. The power of social media is too enticing for some people's vices and they give in to the evil side. While others, realize the social media's potential to SERVE a large audience with a powerful and positive message. When the Power of . . .