Remixed’s 10 Step Process

  1. Listen to the client to understand strategic objectives and what they need to accomplish.
  2. Develop a strategy, which includes crafting the message, tone and directives.
  3. Adopt and embrace the big idea through collaboration and refinement.
  4. Our artists design concepts into effective and beautiful deliverables.
  5. Designers remix one another’s work, incorporating edits and enhancing the brand.
  6. Ideas are distilled. Only the best solutions remain. Then, the concepts are revealed.
  7. The client lovingly selects the best direction and injects comments and constructive criticism.
  8. Deliverables are remixed again with input from the client and/or focus groups.
  9. Final work is presented. The deliverables are prepared for the last step.
  10. Ultimately tested and approved, the concepts are exhibited for their respective audiences.
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What is Branding? And, Why is it Important for Your Business?

By definition, branding is the process involved in creating a unique name, image, and overarching identity for a product or service in the consumers’ mind, mainly through advertising campaigns and marketing programs with a consistent theme. Branding aims to establish a significant and differentiated presence in the market that attracts and retains loyal customers. This…

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A Brief Bio of Paul Rand

Even if you aren’t familiar with the name Paul Rand, you are definitely familiar with his work. Paul Rand was an American graphic designer and art director, who essentially defined the visual culture in America in the decades following World War II – and revolutionized how we think about corporate logos today. He was born…

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What is Branding?

Branding is all of the ways you establish an image of your company in your customers’ eyes and minds. It’s your “what”, your “how”, and your “why”. Your description of what you offer, the colors associated with your business, your visual identity, your website, your advertising, your collateral and your social media presence—these are all…

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Why Colors Matter

When choosing colors for your brand, there is a lot to consider. Certain colors are often associated with certain traits or even expectations the public may have as it relates to what your organization offers. These associations can bridge the gap between your branding materials and target audiences. Just because your favorite color is fluorescent…

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Why You Should Care About Branding Your Business

It is safe to assume most everyone will look you up on Google prior to visiting your business, hiring you for a service, or purchasing your products and/or services. Whenever you interact with people, whether in-person or online, how you present your brand is exceedingly important. Think of all of the brands you know. While…

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The Foundations of Branding

The foundations of your brand is your logo, your messaging, website, imagery and promotional materials. Keeping a consistent brand is critically necessary when it comes to building brand equity. Brand equity adds value to your company based on the core values you promote, and comes in the form of perceived quality. Never underestimate branding. And,…

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Advertising, Marketing, or Branding Agency?

Choosing an agency to help with your advertising, marketing, or branding needs can seem overwhelming. The agency you choose will play an important role in determining how your potential clients view your company. Which one do you need? If you imagine agencies in healthcare terms – marketing agencies are generalists (the basic needs), advertising agencies…

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The Difference Between Graphic Art and Graphic Design

Graphic Art – the fine and applied art of representation, decoration, and writing or printing on flat surfaces together with the techniques and crafts associated with them. Essentially, a graphic artist may create art for the sake of art. They may want to convey a certain idea or story, or they may not. Graphic artists…