Is your logo letting your business down?
In a competitive and internet-driven world, your logo needs to make a great first impression. It also has to establish your business as professional, credible and trustworthy as well as indicating who you are and what you do.
11 Start-Up Essentials Your Business Might Need
When starting a new business, it can be hard to focus on what tools and assets you will need to build and market your brand. Here we will go through some of the startup essentials that you should consider.
Why Social Media should be social
The title sounds like an obvious statement but many small businesses treat social media like they would any other marketing platform - by placing adverts or only talking about their products and services.
Why is good content so important?
Content is more important than ever. With the new (dare I say it) GDPR regulations coming in to play, you can no longer contact customers via the same channels without their undeniable consent.
6 Ways to Level Up Your Instagram Stories
Instagram Stories are a free way to engage with followers and are rapidly becoming one the most effective channels to drive engagement and build brand awareness.
5 reasons branding is important for all businesses
So, is your branding really working for your company?
How to watermark your images
You have taken some great images that you want to show or even sell online but how do you make sure these images don’t get stolen or reproduced by someone online? Easy, you watermark them.
Are you fed up with corny stock images?
Theres nothing better at making a business look unprofessional than displaying generic watermarked stock photos.
The Importance of Design and Branding
If you want to be noticed in today’s digital age it is so important to have a good online presence. You can achieve this in a number of ways but an eye-catching design and a strong brand are key ways to get started.
Why having your logo designed as a vector is important
When creating design work for clients we often ask for their logo in vector format. This is often met with a reply of "err, whats a vector?" so we thought we would explain the difference between a vector format and rasterised formats