Posts tagged branding for creatives
Brand Reveal for Katie Rollins

Katie is a successful online marketer but felt like her online presence was “chaotic.” It was too all over the place and didn’t look cohesive across platforms.

When Katie reached out to me about branding I was thrilled to work with her. She opted for the Brand + Photos + Website design service which meant her branding and photos were fully custom.

Not only did end up with a brand she loves, but she now looks the part of a successful, savvy boss who is killing it in her industry, which she was all along.

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Brand Reveal for Frogosa's Elite Solutions

When I first chatted with Kathy we clicked right away. We connected through a mutual acquaintance and our conversation was easy and flowing. Kathy is a bookkeeper with years of experience but just recently started her business online so the challenge was, trying to look like the professional she was but struggling to do all the things that weren’t in her wheelhouse.

She told me at one point that she felt “swallowed up” by all the other bookkeeping businesses online, how could she stand out and look professional? I was very excited when she chose to work with me because developing a strong visual brand is one of the best ways to stand out amongst a crowd and clearly communicate your messaging. Take a look at how the brand took shape!

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Branding Fundamentals: 5 Keys to Unlocking a Powerful Brand

Branding is a lot like making chicken tortilla soup. There are a lot of key ingredients and working them in together can bring out the perfect combination–and recipe–to satisfy your customers.

Building a brand that resonates with people, is in high demand and builds trust is not complex, but it does take a lot of work. I will share with you 5 key essentials that will build your brand longevity, authenticity, and trust with your audience.

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Brand Reveal for Rose Costello

After our initial inquiry call to discuss branding for Rose's business I knew it was going to be a challenging project. But I was up for it.

Reason being, was because of the nature of Rose's business. Rose offers a complex, hard to pin-point service (a category all her own, so-to-speak) so designing a brand to encompass her service was delightfully difficult.  

But along with the creative challenge, the final result was something both Rose and I loved.

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