I’m testing out a new series: a monthly color palette! 

This one is a bit brighter than I normally tend to, but hey…I must be excited for summer :)

Lately I’ve been getting a lot of requests from logo design clients to also create a custom color palette so I thought this would not only be fun, but a great way for you to get inspired and swipe ideas. 

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Last month I started a new monthly series with mood board inspiration. If you missed it, go check out that first mood board and here about my inspiration and intentions for the series. 

This month I thought I’d do an all gold mood board. One, because gold is amazing. And two, because over the past few years I’ve found a lot of branding clients wanting to infuse more gold into their overall style. 

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I’ve decided to have more fun in my business. (Yay!) Which means I’ll be doing more of what I love. One of those things is to create and curate beautiful things. 

For you that means more INSPIRATION coming your way. 

I’m still exploring how this will ultimately take shape on the blog, but what I do know is that I’ll now be sharing monthly inspirational mood boards. 

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Regardless of whether you’re developing your brand right now or have a long-standing brand identity in place, it’s a good idea to have a brand style guide. 

What is a brand style guide? 

A brand style guide is a quick reference visual guide that communicates not only the look and feel of your brand, but also provides basic specifications for your brand assets (logo, colors, fonts, patterns). 

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3 Unexpected Places to Find Branding Inspiration

Are you trying to brand your business but feeling totally lost and uninspired? Are you’re frustrated because you can’t find branding inspiration that feels like ‘you’? 

If so, you’re not alone. The number one thing I hear from my clients is their desire to have branding that feels like them and communicates their personality. 

But if you’re looking for examples to pass along to a designer (or use to DIY-it) and nothing you’re coming across feels right, it can be really frustrating. 

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