Colors have feelings and evoke emotional responses but these feelings can be affected by what surrounds them.
Let’s try out a little experiment… okay?
If you have a color swatch in each of your hands and the one on the left is a
soft, baby blue with a hint of lavender and the one on the right is a bold orange-yellow, which one would you say is calm?
I have many clients that come to me initially and want the perfect logo but have absolutely no idea what kind of logo will suit them best. I mean- it’s a HUGE task for a business. In one small graphic you have to represent all aspects of who you are and what you do. So what do you do?
Are you ready for this?!
This is the most SIMPLE way to understand what a logo should be.
You’ll obviously need
creativity and the inclination to turn that into a business, so let’s just say you’ve already got that in the bag. What next? What do you do? How do you become great?
An incredible illustrator asked me this recently:
How do you do it? How do you turn your artistry into a business and make it successful? So I am sharing with you what I shared with him.
This is so easy, it’s mind-blowing.
Are you ready?
For a newbie business, often funds are tight, right? Cash flow has to be allotted carefully. But branding + websites are often top of the to-do list for new business needs.
So, how can you get started? AND for the least amount of money?
Here are some ideas using the least amount of money as possible!
*And all the gorgeous web templates you see here are linked to the sites where you can view demos, see purchase price and more.
Inky calligraphy fonts are so intriguing… their beauty and form seem like an instance win, right?! You may think- done. I want this for my logo. But it may be the very wrong choice.