Design theory and strategy are essential components of any successful project.
From paper and ink to computer equipment and electricity, every aspect of the design process has an impact on the environment. In this article, we will discuss three ways graphic designers can be more sustainable and reduce their impact on the environment.
Your brand values are the core principles and beliefs of your brand. They are the qualities that define your brand, and they dictate how you interact with your employees, customers, partners, investors and the world.
There are many elements that comprise a brand identity, including trademarks, colors, typography, and overall brand personality. Ultimately, a strong brand identity has the power to build trust with the customer and communicate relevant information about your project.
A good logo is distinctive, appropriate, practical, graphic and simple in form, and it conveys the owner’s intended message. A concept or “meaning” is usually behind an effective logo, and it communicates the intended message visually, essentially encapsulating the brands essence into one symbol.
“Building a personal brand is not like building a business, it’s more like building a church.
You are the pastor, your content is the sermon.
But the best pastors don’t preach, they meet with each member of the church.
They make time, they listen, they care – they build communities one member at a time.
Don’t build a business – build a church.”