Whether you’re a new business owner or a seasoned pro, you should know that a logo is more than just an image. It’s an extension of your brand. Not only does it need to look visually pleasing, be well balanced, and stand out, it, more importantly, needs to speak to your potential clients/customers and have longevity.
Believe it or not, there is a level of creativity and design know-how that goes into creating an iconic logo, not to mention a process so today I wanted to share 5 unmissable tips on designing an evergreen logo.
If you have ever felt overwhelmed as a small business owner then you know where I am coming from when I say ARGHHHH…..
For a few weeks now I’ve felt a bit overwhelmed and it’s left me a little shell shocked if I’m honest. I think I am just about getting over the feeling now so I figured I would share how I how dealt with overwhelm.
It’s important to say, not everyone deals with overwhelm in the same way, so what works for me may not work for others. It’s definitely worth taking a look through and sifting out what doesn't work so you can concentrate on what does work!
Congrats! You have set up your business, and you have your professionally designed logo and brand in your armour to help you remain consistent, professional and trustworthy. But now what?.. What do you do with your logo and brand?
Well, my friend, I’m here to help you make sure you utilise your awesome logo and brand in 24 different ways.
Even if you are a seasoned business owner, there may be something you are missing, take a look...
So I’ve kept this to myself in the past, and I don’t know why! It’s definitely something to be proud of and shout from the rooftops….
Hooray! I’m a member of Squarespace Circle.
I’m pretty sure you are thinking...What’s Squarespace Circle? And, so what?... How’s that going to help me?!
Well my friend, hang tight as I’m going to share the details of what that means to me and TO YOU!
In such a digital age I think it’s important that I have a well designed, well structured professional website in place so that any potential clients can not only find out more about my design services but also find out more about me.
I use Squarespace for my own business and totally recommend it to all my clients as well. So much so that I wanted to share 8 benefits of using Squarespace instead of Wordpress.