Personal Branding is something that a person does to better market themselves and their careers. This includes defining who you are by finding your skills and passions, establishing how (as a person) you are perceived by others (via personal relationships, professional relationships, and your online reputation) and finally by defining what you want to achieve. This infographic created by sestyle goes through the whole process step by step to get you on your way to establishing a personal brand for yourself.
Creating a brand or identity for a company can be a daunting task. You have to be able to create something that will be recognized and will appeal to a wide audience. Presenting the identity that you create is half the battle, whether is be presenting it to a client or just presenting it to a customer base in general.
Samochernyi Aleksandr created this great black stationary mock-up to help you easily present your brand/identity designs in style and at only $13, you can’t beat this deal. There is also a white & black stationary mock-up you can get here. Here are some of the features of this black stationary mock-up:
- Separated background. Ability to move and combine objects in the view without perspective.
- 9 aesthetically beautiful professional mock-ups in 1 set.
- High resolution 3000×2000 px.
- Fully Customizable.
- High detailed professional retouched photos.
- 4 premade layer styles for business cards.
- A help file.
- Very easy to use with smart objects, just place your artwork. Done!
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Some companies are notorious for certain things and, when mentioned, bring a certain thought to mind. Viktor Hertz took that thought to the next level by creating logo redesigns of popular companies, revealing the actual content of the company by what they really should be called. He has named this project Honest Logos and says “Some are cheap, some might be a bit funny, some will maybe be brilliant. I don’t know”. We think he summed it up pretty well.
You can keep up with Viktor’s work via Twitter, Facebook, behance, YouTube, Vimeo, Flickr, LinkedIn, and MySpace here.
Nothing To Do
aka Anheuser Busch
Will Work for Awhile
aka Coca Cola
aka Seven Eleven
Buildin’ Body Fat
aka Dunkin’ Donuts
Adult Toys – Hillbilly Drivers
aka Harley Davidson Motorcycles
No Place For Us Anymore
No Kids Want Our Phones Anymore
Pay for Boobs
Sugar Bomb Combos
The Following Preview
Very Cheesy Pictures
aka Walt Disney
Crawling in the Morning
aka Captain Morgan
Packaging has become more than just a way to wrap up a product, it has become a way of establishing a recognizable identity for a company and product. Having creative packaging that stands out is a must in today’s world, especially with the amount of companies competing against each other selling the same product. Making sales then goes beyond the product and moves to on the shelf advertising, having a product that catches the consumers attention is a major selling point.
Below we’ve gathered 16 creative packaging examples from companies/designers that are doing it right.
3. The Original Peppermint by Cory Etzkorn
4. Smirnoff Caipiroska by JWT
6. Anti-Theft Lunch Bags by Sherwood and Mihoko
10. Gnome by Lo Siento
15. Ricola by Julien Canavezes
Fonts and Colors are what drive the design world, so picking the right combo can a make or break your company. Tasty Placement put together this Infographic to shed some light on the fonts and colors that drive the world’s top brands. In this Infographic, Tasty Placement analyzes which color elements comprise the logo designs of the world’s top brands.
The first thing a consumer thinks about when a company name is mentioned is more than likely associated with that companies brand. A brand is a companies most valuable asset, it’s what helps a consumer differentiate one company from another. That is why is important to establish a recognizable brand.
It’s not always just about the visual look that makes your brand though. A companies message and it’s consistency that can help define a brand as well. eMerge has put together this useful branding infographic with some questions to ask yourself that will help you build a good, well recognizable brand.
Identity is all around us, it’s who we are, what makes us different from others, it’s what makes things stand out from the crowd. When designing for a company or for your own personal exposure, it’s important that you stand out from the crowd and set yourself apart. This is identity, the state of having unique identifying characteristics held by no other person or thing. Here we have gathered 15 striking examples of Identity in design that will spark some inspiration…
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