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.
I’m super excited to introduce you to Jessica Castle, one of my most recent clients.
Jessica is an online launch genius (my title for her, not hers). Savvy entrepreneurs flock to Jessica for help launching online programs and products so they can maximize profits and minimize stress. And she’s crazy good at what she does!
It’s wedding season! And shower season, and baby season and birthday season. (Or at least it feels that way over here.)
Sometimes I have cards on-hand to pull out of my hat, but most of the time I don’t. And when that happens at the 11th hour, the last thing I want to do is spend precious time going in search of the perfect card.
If you’re like me, I’ve got your card delinquency problem covered.
With so many people connecting online, you may be hearing more and more that business cards are dying. But as a designer who still meets face-to-face with clients you need business cards now more than ever.
Your business card is both a physical takeaway that helps your potential client remember you, AND a symbol of your style. In your profession (with your type of clients), that’s a BIG deal.
Are you feeling like a re-brand might be calling your name?
Sometimes it’s hard to know if you truly will benefit from a re-brand right now or if you just have a case of Shiny Object Syndrome. Below are 5 signs you really should invest time and energy in a re-brand.
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).