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While we spend our days designing brands, we spend our weekends sharing what we've learned... for free.
And the rebranding process continues this week with a look at communication.
If you’ve seen our branding services, you’ve noticed that there are two processes that seem similar but also different.
Today, I want to demystify the logo experience. Do you really know what goes into the process, or how to know if it’s successful?
I want to show you my process of finding inspiration so that you can style your own brand.
For nearly eight years, I’ve worked with others to design brand identities, while simultaneously trying to piece my own.
If there’s an app that promises to categorize all my scattered thoughts into a well organized plan for the future, I’m all in.
A few weeks ago, I had an epiphany. I realized we work with 4 categories of “personalities” within the online space.
It’s time to pull out the books, calendars, and prompts to reflect on the year that’s passed and try to anticipate a new one.
At the beginning of every branding project, we create a Pinterest board that captures the essence of the business.
Not only do most high-quality studios come with a large price tag, but it’s impossible to completely outsource your brand.
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