We all know what it’s like when we’ve spent loads of time putting our blog piece together, website, email, word doc, and then we realise that we’re almost nearing the end, but we need even more time to search for the perfect social media icons to suit the style we want. By that time, the colour is either not right, or the size is too small. Breath. Good news is on its way. Now, you have all the icons you want at close reach. Nine fabulous sets of icons are ready for you to use.
This series of posts are all about iconography: How to use them in your collateral and how they can make your message clear and easily understood.
And don’t forget to look out for our super-special download that contains a huge selection of social media icons to use in your marketing materials. Coming soon.
It’s been a long January, but we’ve made it, and what better way to end the month than to welcome The Branding Hero for a final time this month. We’ve already looked at your goals and your personal styling, now it’s time for us to look at your brand. Is it time for a makeover?
It’s now time to start thinking about your personal image and how it reflects your brand. It’s going to be you handing out your beautiful business cards and talking about your business so it’s important you display your brand values and look, as us designers might say, “on brand”. With this in mind, we hand over to Lizzie Edwards, Personal Stylist and Image Consultant, with some top tips on the first stage of updating your personal image.
You know the situation, you’ve got a new logo or image you want to use across your social media and the next hour is taken up Googling what size each image needs to be, how big the file should be and how many different options you need. Well now you can use that hour to sit back and relax. We’ve done all this hard work for you and put together our awesome social media cheat sheet just for you!
At Pink we love branding, every little bit of it, and this month we wanted it to be the hero of our blog. At this time of year everyone is thinking about what they can do to make themselves better. So we thought why not also take this time to think about how to make your brands better, whether that’s your personal brand or your business’s brand.
Be it on-trend, vintage, bold, or quirky, one thing to know about designers is that we like to be different from the average person. It could be a piece of jewellery, or a new gadget that no one else has; it must however though be original and unlike any other. What we own is sometimes a reflection of our characters, because yes, we are unlike any other, and we are awesome!