4 Things to Consider When Embarking on a Rebrand

  1. Define your brand’s core identity? In other words, what is your purpose, your mission, your vision? Who do you serve? And, more importantly, why?
  2. Do an internal audit. What is working for your brand? What needs to change?
  3. Market research. What does your competition look like? What do they do well? What can you offer that they do not?
  4. Consider your audiences. Who are you trying to reach? You may want to reach new audiences, but you also don’t want to alienate your current ones.

In essence, embarking on a rebrand isn’t very different from creating a brand, in the first place. By the end of the process, you will have really dialed into and refined your guidelines, positioning, value proposition, messaging, and visual identity. A branding agency can help you consider and define the above, ensuring the smoothest transition. Is your brand ready for a refresh? Begin the evaluation process to see what your next steps should be.

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The Importance of a Social Media Presence

Social media platforms help increase awareness about brands, connect with customers, and potentially boost leads and sales. With more than three billion people around the world using social media every month, it’s certainly not a passing trend. It’s one of the most profitable and stress-free digital marketing platforms that can be used to grow your…

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Color Psychology

Color psychology is the study of hues as a determinant of human behavior. Colors can cause certain emotional reactions, and even influence perceptions that are not necessarily conscious. Color psychology is used all around us, taking its cues from nature, and should be considered in marketing and branding. The following are just some common color…

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5 Ways a Well-Built Brand Makes Your Company Money

When you’ve built a brand, it makes it easier for your target audiences to notice you and recognize you. Amidst all the loud marketing, a strong brand allows a customer to clearly see what your business is and why your offerings matter to them. This makes it more compelling and more likely they will patronize…

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Different Applications of Graphic Design Skills

There are a lot of different possible applications for graphic design. Some graphic designers or agencies will specialize, or be niche-specific. However, many brands often require numerous avenues for approaching brand awareness. Since a branding agency concerns itself with your brand on a comprehensive level—from the tiniest details to the big picture—they can be a…

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What Makes a Logo Successful?

A logo serves to represent your company through a visual image that can be easily understood and recognized. Logos generally involve symbols, stylized text, or both. A good logo should create memorable impressions on your target audience, and set your company apart from your competitors. So, what makes a logo successful? A successful logo will…

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What is the Difference Between Serif and Sans-Serif Typefaces?

You may have heard the terms serif and sans-serif before, but do you know what those terms actually mean? In typography, a serif is a small line, stroke, or other decorative flair regularly attached to the end of a larger stroke in a letter or symbol within a particular font or family of fonts. “Sans”…

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Typefaces & Fonts Do More Than Transmit Words

Do the typefaces and fonts you choose for your brand materials matter? As long as it’s in a language the audience understands, they’ll get the intended message, right? Wrong. Typefaces and fonts are essentially the shapes of the letters. Shapes are multi-sensory, meaning they affect more than one of your senses and can easily elicit…

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How to Create a Brand

Determine your target audience. The structure for building your brand is to determine the target audience you’ll be focusing on. For example, early adaptors or college students or stay at home mothers. Choose your focus. This is your personality and your tone. Pick a business name that fits you and make it your own. Write…