First impressions count and in branding colour is the first thing the customer sees. Colours convey emotions and set the tone for what’s to come. The following articles help explain the theory behind colour and its effect on your target audience.
Setting up social media accounts for your brand can be an exciting experience as you begin to share your content with the world. Amongst the excitement it’s easy to miss simple design elements which can make or break a profile. Here are 5 basic social media design tips to help you on your way… Profile…Read More
There might be a question mark for the second year running over many of our favourite live televised events. In this final post of the Fifty Shades theme our guest author, David Kightley, goes in search of simply anybody who has gone for gold in their chosen fields… In the gardening world, Carol…Read More
E L James’ enlightening and possibly liberating novel, Fifty Shades of Grey, extolling the virtues or otherwise of entrepreneur Christian Grey, was a best-seller back in 2012. In this post, our new guest author for 2020, Gerald Dubarts, explores the insignificance of fifty shades of simply any colour, tint or hue in the context of…Read More
Consistency is key when it comes to your logo and elements that make up your corporate identity. Policing your brand and its elements is a full time job and a really helpful graphic designer will provide Brand Guidelines for business owners to follow. But are there instances when its acceptable to deviate from these controlled constraints? Maybe.…Read More
1. Create original content There are literally hundreds of websites offering stock images that you can use for your marketing and social media content. From chargeable providers such as iStock Photo (www.istockphoto.com) to free sources like Pexels (www.pexels.com), these give you the peace-of-mind that you are using content that is copyright free. However it also means…Read More
The choice of colour is very important when establishing the corporate identity of your business. Each colour in the spectrum relates to a specific emotion or quality of service you can expect to receive and it is important for this interpretation to match the reality of your brand. If the choice of colour does not…Read More