Ever wonder how you can tell if your brand positioning is strong? Is this left for the world to judge or is this something you can actually measure? This branding check up focuses on 4 key areas of positioning strength. Competitive landscape, customer definition, strategic offering, and brand delivery are the areas we feel are the most important to ensure an organization is positioned for success. Test your brand today.
High heels in wet grass is an analogy used to stress the importance of narrowing a brand's focus to create greater impact. This blog explains the importance of taking the time to be intentional with messaging and customer service.
It’s inevitable. You’re creating a new brand in a well known industry and you have lots of competition. It seems that everything design wise has been done already and you’re not sure which way to go when creating your brand. We dive into the foundation of the organization and build the brand upwards from there.
With any brand, in any industry, you need to build a thoughtful relationship with your customer. This relationship starts the first moment they see your brand elements such as a logo or webpage. How do you tailor your brand to make it feel a certain way?
Any time you wander into the beer section of a liquor store, grocery store or convenience store you are sure to be overwhelmed with the amount of choices. Whether you stick with your lager from a local brewery or enjoy trying something new based on the exotic design of the packaging, the options are extensive. Getting a consumer to pick up your can or bottle of beer is tricky, but doesn’t have to be. With strategic branding and style your beer can stand out in this oversaturated market.
Quill Definition: Brand Identity is, in its most basic form, the soul of an organization. The brand identity acts as a north star so that all representatives for the brand can confidently align their actions to best represent the values and personality of the company and maintain the path to fulfill the mission and chase the vision.
Many people may think of design as a purely creative process that relies on artistic inspiration. In actuality, design should be a marriage of logic and creativity and Creative Problem Solving (CPS) is the essential process that powers that marriage.
A brand is more than the face of a company-- it's the personality, values and mission behind the visual represented for both consumers and company staff. Creating a solid foundation of research and core values is essential before building the brand.