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To the right person, your brand design should feel like a siren call, irresistible and mysteriously compelling. Imagery and design is often the very first experience we have with a brand or product – so it’s so important to get it right. It’s equally important to know when your brand design is working well for […]

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When a brand design is done well everything flows and the overall look is cohesive and professional. There is an element of trust built with your audience through that initial impression. Considered use of colour, typography, and imagery gives that first taste of your ‘brand promise’ and you’ll want to make sure that ‘promise’ falls […]

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When you have a product based business, there are so many touch points with your customers and audience, which means tonnes of chances to solidify your brand and message in their eyes. In this blog post Brand Stylist Meg Harrop discusses why it’s essential for your growing business to have more than a single logo design, […]

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Brand or Branding? Two words often interchanged but actually, they are completely different buzzwords both with equal importance to your small and mighty business. Meg Harrop, Brand Stylist gives you the lowdown on what each of these are and why they are of equal importance when it comes to building a brand that goes the […]

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 When you’re setting up or rebranding your business, it can be tempting to go right ahead and start thinking about your logo and order packaging; making everything looking ‘on-brand’ can be an expensive mistake.  In this article Brand Stylist, Meg Harrop shares the three questions you need to ask yourself before branding or rebranding your […]

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