A logo redesign is a good way to reinvent a brand, but it's also a risky move, because branding changes can alienate consumers as well as attract new ones.
If you try to keep up with the current trends, you could find yourself in the same situation clothing retailer Gap did in 2010, when a logo redesign led to negative comments from customers and industry analysts alike.Read More >>
With the crazy amount of logos out there in the world, it’s a challenge to be different and original. But just being unique isn’t enough; a good logo design has a little something special, a “secret sauce” that makes it memorable.Read More >>
Over the last decade, Internet marketing has come to the forefront of most businesses’ marketing strategies, but that doesn’t mean the Internet is the only place your branding appears. When you start designing print materials, all the focus on your web presence may leave you wondering how your digital branding should translate into print.Read More >>
Why does your company need a branding style guide? The simple answer: a style guide can save you time, money, and frustration. This important document gives anyone who uses your branding a clear set of rules for how marketing materials should look both online and off. It even gives instructions for exactly how things should be done, how the end result should appear, and sometimes explains why.Read More >>
Browsing color schemes is one of my favorite things about design, particularly when it comes to logos and branding. There are times I find myself browsing Adobe Kuler and Design Seeds for hours looking at color palette inspirations. I love color, I love looking at color, and since starting my job at VIEO, I love getting to talk about color. I even have a color board on Pinterest! Working on a new branding project recently sparked the idea for this blog topic, and it's one I think a lot of people need help with: how to choose colors for your brand.Read More >>