More so than ever, businesses have woken up to the importance of design to solve complex business challenges. It’s a vehicle by which brands can express themselves across a complex range of mediums. It is the means by which companies build emotional connections and stay on the leading edge of change. In 2015, the UK […]
As a business owner, you cannot control how customers think or feel about your company, but you can influence their responses to your brand by designing the elements you can control. In other words, how you design the brand identity elements will influence the brand’s image held by your audience.
Many people think that a “brand” is just a term to categorise particular products or services that companies produce and distribute. And so, not everyone has that particular notion of the term“brand” as a social concept that has emotional and even philosophical elements. The idea of a“brand” as a socially constructed term reflects how people come […]
The three core elements that successful brands encapsulate and consistently communicate with their target consumer and other stakeholders are referred to as the Three Brand Ps; Promise, Positioning and Performance.
In psychology archetypes help to understand who a person is, but brand archetypes also work well for corporate brands. They help define an organisation’s strengths, their values and beliefs, and clarify their brand and identity.
We humans can be a pretty judgemental lot; we have very strong ideas about what is or isn’t appropriate in any situation. As we grow up, we learn how to dress, speak and act in a way that will project the specific impression we hope to create. From wearing the tie of your school uniform […]
Brand positioning is a combination of both rational and emotional appeals. Although they’re both important elements, we see that the emotional appeal is central to most known brands today – especially for brand positioning and emotional brand loyalty.
The biggest issue in the design industry is showing a new business a return on their investment in design. You can’t clearly define the outcomes on a company rebrand or a brochure design in a years’ time?