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Logo Design 101: How to Design a Logo That Sets Your Business Apart

Tuesday, December 2, 2014 12:00:00 AM America/Los_Angeles

 

How to Design a LogoDesigning a logo is one of the toughest parts of creating an identity for your small business. In fact, it’s such a tough process that many large companies have spent a significant amount – often millions of dollars – on the task.

While you don’t need to spend millions of dollars to get a good logo, you do need to understand the basics of logo design. Even if you’re not personally designing your logo, knowing the fundamentals will help you get the best results.

In this blog post, we’ll cover five fundamental principles of logo design that you can use to make your company’s logo stand out more, properly define your brand, show off your best qualities and project the values you want to project.

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Posted By Christopher Aaron

5 Ways to Encourage People to Pick Up Your Brochures and Business Cards

Friday, December 5, 2014 12:00:00 AM America/Los_Angeles

 

Ways to Encourage People to Pick Up Your Brochures and Business CardsThe right design and copy can make your next brochure a huge success, but what good is it if no one picks it up? Likewise, what good is a beautiful business card if none of your potential partners or customers have access to it?

One of the biggest problems businesses face in marketing is getting their message out there into the hands of their customers. In business development, a frequent issue is getting your business card into the hands of potential partners.

In this blog post, we’ll share five techniques that you can use to solve both issues and get your brochures, business cards and other corporate marketing items into the hands of your target customers, clients and partners.

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Posted By Christopher Aaron

Designing a Great Trade Show Booth: 5 Ways to Stand Out

Tuesday, December 9, 2014 5:32:24 PM America/Los_Angeles

 

5 Ways to Stand Out

While hundreds of thousands of small businesses take part in trade shows each and every year, many achieve unimpressive results due to poorly designed booths that – despite looking professional – fail to stand out and attract attention.

From eye-catching color schemes to branding that sets your business apart, using the right combination of design elements is essential for trade show success. While some booths stand out and command attention, others fail to make an impact at all.

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Posted By Christopher Aaron

5 Design Elements That Are Perfect for Small Businesses

Friday, December 12, 2014 5:04:25 PM America/Los_Angeles

 

Design Elements for Small BusinessesIs design a major priority for your business? Many small businesses think of design as something that isn’t hugely important, largely due to the cost of hiring a designer full time or on retainer to manage their brand identity.

Without an in-house design department, it’s easy to let your small business’s brand and looks slip. From unsuitable fonts to kitsch color schemes, we’ve all seen a case of poor graphic design from a small business before, perhaps even frequently.

As a small business, your budget is understandably smaller than that of your larger, wealthier competitors. Because of this, the design elements that are most important to your business are different to those a Fortune 500 brand would pay attention to.

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Posted By Christopher Aaron

5 Design Elements to Increase Trust in Your Business

Tuesday, December 16, 2014 12:57:54 AM America/Los_Angeles

 

Designto Increase Trust in Your BusinessAsk an amateur marketer about the key to success and you’ll get a wide variety of different answers. From eye-catching design to engaging headlines, both branding experts and direct marketers cite a variety of tools that create marketing success.

Ask an expert marketer, however, and you’ll only ever hear one response: trust.

From building confidence in your brand to encouraging people to buy your latest product, trust is the glue that binds the vast majority of marketing efforts together and produces real results.

Building trust is difficult, especially for a new business. People trust brands like Nike and Microsoft because they’ve known them for years. How can your small business, with its limited marketing budget, ever hope to compete?

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Posted By Christopher Aaron

What Makes Our Displays Such a Great Business Investment?

Friday, December 19, 2014 12:36:52 AM America/Los_Angeles

 

Our Displays Great Business InvestmentAsk any entrepreneur for the key to their success and they’ll respond with a simple answer: sales. Great sales are the difference between success and failure for many businesses, from exciting startups to friendly local retail stores.

Unfortunately, many businesses view sales and marketing as an optional extra that is only worth investing in during good times. They see marketing as a luxury rather than as the driving force behind the growth and development of their business.

A classic example of this is the cutback in advertising that occurred following the financial crisis. Short on cash, companies reduced their advertising budgets to cut expenses; the end result, of course, was that their growth completely stopped.

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Posted By Christopher Aaron

4 Ways Color Can Affect Peoples Decision to Buy Your Product or Service

Tuesday, December 23, 2014 7:11:56 PM America/Los_Angeles

 

Color Can Affect Peoples DecisionWhile most people think of color as something that’s purely visual, designers have a deep understanding that color, when used in design and in nature, is both visual and psychological in its effects.

Color is one of the most important aspects of visual design. It’s also one of the least understood and studied, with many designers preferring to focus on structure, lines and shapes, as well as other design elements.

Design can have a huge effect on how people perceive your products, your services, your brand and your business as a whole. In this blog post, we’ll share four ways how the colors used in your branding and marketing can affect people’s brand perception.

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Posted By Christopher Aaron

Prestigious Signage: 4 Elements to Make Your Signage Look Trustworthy and Timeless

Friday, December 26, 2014 6:43:00 PM America/Los_Angeles

 

Elements to Make Your SignageWhat makes a sign, brochure or business card prestigious? We can often sense if a brand is prestigious and trustworthy within seconds of noticing its logo, without a deep understanding of its history or culture.
 
This is because certain design elements – from fonts to color schemes – are used by marketers and designers to make their brand look and feel more prestigious than its competitors.
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Posted By Christopher Aaron

How to Design Your Signs for the Highest Possible Response Rate

Tuesday, December 30, 2014 11:34:00 PM America/Los_Angeles

 

Is your retail store’s signage failing to attract the attention it should? Signs are great marketing tools when used correctly. However, the wrong design can often result in almost no response to your signage and little effect on your store’s revenue.

Signs are advertisements for your business, even if they’re located close to (or right outside) your store. Like any advertisements, they can be designed to enhance your brand or to produce an immediate, action-driven response.

In this blog post, we’ll share four design tips that you can use to give your signs the highest possible response rate, leading to more foot traffic, more attention in your area and, most importantly, more sales for your business.

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Posted By Christoper Aaron

Brochure Layout 101: From Intro to Call to Action

Friday, January 2, 2015 12:00:00 AM America/Los_Angeles

 

Brochure Layout 101Many business owners think of brochures as corporate documents explaining their business to people. This isn’t far from the truth, but it’s not on the bullseye either; a brochure is equal parts informational document and persuasive advertisement.

Just like the design of a banner ad or newspaper ad can affect its response rate, the design and layout of your company’s brochures can have a significant effect, either positive or negative, on their response rate and return on investment.

Structure your brochure right and you’ll gradually warm prospects up to your offer and generate responses. Structure it the wrong way and you’ll end up with very few convinced prospects and a great deal of lost attention.

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Posted By Christopher Aaron
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