|The nicer weather and longer days make everyone feel more optimistic and full of energy. Goals put off due to the gray winter or the holidays are now on the front burner. But you shouldn’t just ‘spring’ your business’s brand on the public without some strategic planning. Last issue we discussed the key elements of a successful logo This time, we share with you our views and those of others on corporate identity (also known as visual identity or image) and the importance of having the right one for your business.|
let it be clear. Your corporate identity provides the viewer with a more extensive explanation of the purpose/mission of your company through visuals. The identity is made of a logo, colors, and fonts. These elements are then applied to stationery, advertising, packaging, newsletters, web sites, posters and any other collaterals that you might need. The voice throughout these visuals should always remain consistent. Not having an identity would be like having a blank business card.
Text excerpted from "The Graphic Design Handbook for Business" ©1995 American Institute of Graphic Arts/Chicago Chapter
|Getting your message across is one thing but making sure that it is clear and concise takes time, effort and a team of professionals to provide their expertise in maintaining a consistent voice. Corporate identities set the tone and provide a stage for that message. We invite you to browse thru our most recent accomplishments in understanding our clients’s message.|
|the humble business card, more than just your contact infO. Give people something to really remember you by.|
Creative Zumo develops powerful and effective visual identities for businesses ranging from start-ups to million-dollar entities. Branding work includes visual identity, logo design, web site design, print advertisements, brochures, and much more. Contact us to see how we can help your business stand out from the competition. www.creativezumo.com