If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it is the common phrase for when something is ticking along nicely. However reviewing your brand is a key process in making sure your offering is still relevant. In these articles we look at why taking the time to review your brand is so important.
I’ve been a huge fan of Sticker Mule products since receiving my first order back in December 2017. Finding a supplier of custom products that you can rely on order after order is a god-send when you’re promoting your business. Sticker Mule’s relentless focus on making the process as quick and as stress-free as possible…Read More
A great logo has the ability to work across a wide range of applications whilst retaining a consistent message throughout. It’s something that designers strive to build intoany logo design. This required structure can take the form of colours, typefaces or brand elements that you use in a particular way. With so many brands utilising…Read More
The DSD logo has evolved incrementally in the last ten years. In this article we look back on the history of that evolution – a never ending journey! 2007 – DSR Two years prior to the launch of DSD a similarly styled brand existed in the form of DSR. Dan Summers Racing (DSR) represented our…Read More
We have all heard the old saying, “If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it”; meaning if something is working perfectly well, leave it alone. This can be true of many things in life, but when it comes to your company’s corporate identity (logo/brand) it is important to monitor and review your branding to ensure you…Read More
Marketing is an essential requirement for your business, with companies both big and small having competitors all over the world. Digital marketing and the online world have created a setup wherein products made in one corner of the world can easily be delivered to someone sitting at the other end. While this may help businesses…Read More
British monarch King George V (1910-1936) was cousin to the German emperor Wilhelm II and since the marriage of his grandmother Queen Victoria – the last member of the House of Hanover – to German Prince Albert, Britain’s royal family had rejoiced with some reservation in the dynastic family name of Saxe-Coburg-Gotha! Just over a…Read More