From the Brains of Brand Designers
What starts as a beautiful wedding quickly turns into a blood-sucking nightmare for lovebirds Hailley and AJ. A suspicious character at the reception prompts Kayla to launch an investigation into some unwelcome guests. What she discovers gets stranger in every room.
Buzzing hard, your two favorite drinkers discuss hypothetical situations, like our cat's failed TV pilot, sewing through your thumb, hot chicks in space, a new Winnie-the-Pooh character, and a mummy’s curse. Grab your drinks because the dialogue makes a lot more sense when you’re impaired.
Being a marketing coach is often daunting because you must rely on the other party to interpret and implement your advice. If someone leaves a coaching conversation unsure how or why they should care about what you’ve shared, they won’t be successful, and, in turn, neither will you.
One of my business goals is to make a commitment to improving and understanding how to stay in touch with networking contacts. Below are my strategies for staying in touch, and I thought they could help you too.
Successful utilization of color theory in your branding strategy affects how well your content resonates with your audience on a conscious and subconscious level. While green may be your favorite color as a person, it might not convey the right message for your brand.
Brand guidelines help you maintain a consistent look and message no matter where your company ends up, how it grows, and who’s in charge of creating content. They detail every essential element of a modern brand, from the way it looks to the way it communicates.