This is our monthly series were we share useful brand and business tips articles all from the previous month. We hope this series can help you to strengthen your brand identity and growing your business.
In order to help you select the brand that will be best for you, design agencies have a few tips that can help you choose the best brand without making the 5 creative design blunders that will reduce the effectiveness of your brand:
by Leo Widrich
Here are tips to build your personal brand on Twitter on the side, without wasting hours each day on it. In fact, I believe these things can be done within 30 minutes of effort each day.
by Rohit Bhargava
The brand has had several similar stories posted online by delighted customers, and they are exactly the kind of successes that justify the investment in social media for customer service (which, in turn, drives sales).
by Nora Reed
So the basic issue remains that how can logo designers stay attentive and unruffled? Since I have also encountered several diversions, hence I have worked out some easy yet valuable techniques to stay all ears towards your work.
As a designer or graphic designer you may not think of yourself as a brand. You may think that you are just a person with a marketable skill. Blogging helps to merge these two ideas, and lets the graphic designer in you become a graphic design brand.
by Lior Levin
Timeline is a new Facebook feature that allows profile owners to dramatically change the look of their profile, and in doing so, how they interact with their friends and profile visitors. If Facebook does deploy the same features to Facebook pages as they are planning to with profiles, brands may benefit from the change. Here are four ways the changes could help.
by Neil Patel
He will be remembered as one of the greatest visionaries ever. What he did for the technological as well as entrepreneurial world, will never be forgotten. Here are 11 things I’ll never forget that Steve Jobs taught me:
by Gordon McLachlan
Just writing about what you love, regardless of what it is, is enough. People respect passion and admire talent, and sometimes, just using a blog as a vehicle to establish trust and connect with others is enough.
by Sonia Tracy
But being heard over the noise and standing out doesn’t have to mean you shout louder than the rest; that just adds to the clutter. Instead, you should take a minimalist approach, stripping the layers of bulk away and following a more simple blueprint toward success. I guarantee that if you make it a little easier, you will be better off.
by Jessica Wiener
A business card design is as personal as home interior design– a sleek, modern black and-white interior with blood red furniture might be one person’s lifetime dream, and another’s worst nightmare. So let’s start with the basics of making business cards, the ABCs that everyone should know.
Design trends in 2011 saw a sharp increase in unique and creative business card styles. While funky and cool elements were high on the list, classy business card designs still reign supreme for those who want an upscale feel.
by Chris Spooner
The business card design we’ll be creating as part of this tutorial features a vibrant pattern on the rear of the card, with a minimal design on the front allowing the contact information to stand out. The final printed card will be die-cut with round corners, so we’ll set up the print ready file appropriately with the correct dimensions, bleed and margins.