At this moment, I bet you can visualize the branding of Google, Twitter, and Facebook effortlessly. What people don’t realize as easily, is why these brands decided to use the different elements to create their identity in the first place. They are left to evaluate “do I like this or not” without the context. At JaxonLabs, we’ve been working with brands to align their purpose to action and one of the ways we have been successful is by creating brand guidelines for them. In this article, we are going to explore why brand guidelines are valuable, our process for creating them, and the different assets that can be included.
Most businesses have already started heavily investing in brand development. Which, by definition, is the continued process of reflection, invention, and strategy that companies utilize to distinguish themselves in a marketplace and attract ideal customers and employees to establish higher levels of performance. From a high level, there are 4 main steps in building a healthy relationship with a brand development agency: Understanding, Details, Magic and Analysis.
23 Inspiring Branding Quotes Sometimes we need a little inspiration to fuel our drive to continually show up and build the best business and culture we can. Here are 23 inspiring branding quotes from around the internet. 1. “Creativity is intelligence having fun.” – Albert Einstein 2. “The best way to predict the future is […]
The Complete Guide To Personal Branding. It’s important to build a personal brand because it’s the only thing you’re going to have. – Gary Vaynerchuk Personal branding is a powerful tool that individuals leverage to differentiate themselves in a crowded marketplace. When faced with the choice of two options in the workforce, or deciding on […]
Your company’s brand identity is the first chance you have to make the right impression on your potential clients. Branding also plays a significant role in developing a strong culture within your organization. There are many factors to consider before your company begins developing your brand identity.