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Grow your business using your brand identity design

If you are geared up to brand yourself or your company, you need to have a clear understanding of what developing a brand identity design actually involves before you really get started.

What is branding?

A branding means creating a brand. It is a process which involves, positioning your company or product in the market (domestic or international), design a brand strategy (how you will reach your goals), creating your identity, designing company corporate identity or product identity, define brand messaging, and setting brand standards (how you keep your brand consistent and strong).

Brand Design Steps:

  1. Brand Research and Analysis
  2. Visualization
  3. Unique Trademark
  4. Logo Identity
  5. Photography
  6. Brochure Design
  7. Marketing Material
  8. Business Card Design
  9. Letterhead Design
  10. Cover Design
  11. Flyer Design
  12. Billboard Design
  13. Hoarding Design
  14. News paper ad’s
  15. Magazine ad’s
  16. Label Design
  17. Catalogue Design
  18. Literates Design
  19. Stall Exhibition
  20. Package Design
  21. Website design
  22. Digital Marketing
  23. Mobile Application

 You can also check our brand design case studies at Brand Design Case Studies

Indian Bed Sheet Manufacturer 

Vehicle Customization Company

TMT Bars Manufacturer

Restaurant 

Fudler Vehicle / Open Restaurant

Cotton Exporter

 

Creative logo design process

Logos and branding are so important. In a big part of the world, people cannot read French or English but are great in remembering signs – Karl Lagerfeld

Why logo design is important?

#1 it is a visual identity that offers clues about a company’s identity in the real world.

#2 it is a very important in establishing relationships with new consumers. It is a feeling of trust… and trust is a big reason why consumer initiates a relationship with your company.

3. It can be graphically display or image about your services or products. This can be particularly important in cases where your business name does not fully explain what your business offers.