Starter Brand Client Case Study: Annie's Business World.

Over the past few months, I’ve been approached over and over again for branding jobs that only cover the basics. I’d get on a call with someone who’d tell me they were just starting out, and could we do my signature service but remove parts, because they didn’t know exactly what they’d be needing yet and keeping it small would make it affordable. One of those clients was Annie….

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The 1 thing you MUST do to prepare for a brand design.

The first step I take with all of my brand design clients, and for all of my own personal projects is to make a mood board, and if you’re starting out in business and doing your branding yourself, it’s where I’d recommend you start, too.

If you’re already like, “whaaaaaaaaaaa? Mood board?????”, don’t fret, friend! Read on to find out all about what they are and how they can help you DIY your brand, plus get access to my free mood board training, where you'll learn how to make one!

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Why you need to start preparing your brand NOW for 2017.

So we’re almost at the end of another year - what a total freaky time warp this whole thing has been. If you’re one of those people who spent all of 2016 playing around with your brand, and throwing spaghetti at the wall, wondering why not much of it was sticking, I want you to know that it’s okay.

Now is the best time of the year to move forward for your brand and business, and I'm gonna show you how to prepare for  what 2017 might throw at you. Read on to find out.

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Client Case Study: Indigo Colton

The best brands come from designer/client relationships where the client is open and willing to express their vision, give clear feedback, and suggest ideas, and the designer is willing to listen, change, and provide the client with their own unique ideas.

Working on Indigo Colton's brand was a prime example of this awesome working relationship.

Click through to read about the process and see the final results!

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