The internet is scattered with claims about how easy it is to get set up with E-Commerce. Simply ask your Graphic Designer to come up with a logo you can use to brand up some items, post some photos of them on Instagram and watch the money flow in. Can it really be that straight forward, or are we being fed another pipe dream?
In a modern world of digital design, it would be easy to think there is no longer a place for print. Sure, a webpage or e-brochure can put information at the finger tips of many, but what this overlooks is the tangibility you get from having a print document you can hold in your hands. Having something solid to hold on to creates trust in a brand and the people behind it, making them real rather than just a name on a screen. This brand is built up across a range of different materials including brochures, business cards and headed paper.
If you are planning to create a new brand or relaunch your marketing materials, it can be tempting to find yourself a freelancer or go with a big agency you find online. But if instead you go with a local design agency, it can bring a number of advantages to the project.
Developing your own brand can be terrifying if you don’t have the proper tips. There are so many ways to develop your own brand, but below are some tips to help you get started.
There is an increasing trend for Government services to be taken online. Following on from Passport applications and Tax Returns, the next big push is to make medical services available online. From booking appointments, through consultations and even prescribing medication, the whole process could be streamlined through a mobile app or website. As these developments come in to place it is important that service providers are preparing themselves by developing the services that people are coming to expect. If they fall behind then they may come across as outdated and loose popularity.
So you have formed a new company, or are looking to rebrand and need to come up with a new logo. A nice font, drop in an icon, job done. Simple right? The thing is, a logo acts as something of a shop window to the whole company and so can have all manner of different meanings. Is this company trustworthy? Well established? Somewhere I would consider buying from? Suddenly there is so much more to consider.
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