Have you heard of the brand Ban.do? It’s one of my favorite companies. The beautiful agendas they create every year, their cheeky little products, the colors, their Instagram. It’s all amazing. Every time I see one of their products in a photo or even in real life, I automatically know it’s from Ban.do.
How did they do that? It’s not because they have an amazing logo or they put their name on everything.
Other companies sell similar products and use bright colors. But Ban.do stands out amongst the crowd.
If you’re not a graphic designer, that might seem overwhelming. Where do you even start? What elements are necessary? How do you create a full brand identity that showcases your core beliefs & attracts the right customers?
Today, I’m sharing the first video in my new series, #MoreThanALogo. The 4 videos in this series will help guide you through the process of understanding WHY you need a fully developed brand & then implementing all of the components into your own business.
P.S. — If you find this series helpful, I KNOW you will love Designed to Connect, which is a deep dive into brand design so you connect with clients you LOVE and grow a thriving business. Check it out!
I broke the series into 4 videos, each covering one aspect of branding that you need for your business if you want to create a distinct, professional & thriving brand. All of these topics will work together to create a full brand experience for your customers & clients.
Each topic is simple enough to tackle within a week, whether you want to sit down and do it all at once, or over a few day. I also added small tips & guidelines throughout the videos to give you a step-by-step process for how to implement each different topic so you never feel overwhelmed or confused about what to do next.
Many times, I get emails, inquiries & comments from potential customers who ask “I love your work but I’m just getting started. Can you just design a logo?” or “I’m not sure I want to invest in a full brand right now, how much for just the logo?” Most of the time they’re a little caught off guard when I write back saying, “I’m sorry, I can’t do that.”
While there are many designers in the world who WILL design in this way, it’s not something I believe in, therefore I can’t recommend it to potential clients. At Reux Design Co. I only want to work with brands and entrepreneurs who are truly following their passions and heart, so it makes sense that I should hold myself accountable to the same standards right?
As a designer, my goal is not to create something purely beautiful for you. It’s to dig deep, do the research and create a full brand that will be an invaluable tool in growing your business. A well developed brand will help you attract the right customers/readers, establish a loyal community of fans & make more money while pursuing something you’re passionate about. Quite simply, a logo alone cannot do that.
So, if you’re at a place where you want to truly take your business to the next level, and create a visual identity that will be able to grow with you over time, you need a full brand. And that’s what I talked about more in this week’s video.
PS — make sure you’re subscribed to my YouTube channel so you can see every video in this series as soon as it’s live on Friday mornings!
Throughout the video, I talked through the 4 main reasons why I know that you need more than a logo. I also gave some hints to the next 4 videos in this series, so if you’re curious about what’s coming up make sure you watch until the end!
I can’t stress enough how important it is that you understand WHY your company needs a fully developed brand. Whether you decide to work with a design or DIY everything yourself, you have to understand the strategies and thinking behind what’s being created.
You have an intuitive gift, that will help you serve more & scale your conscious business, with ease. Discover it now & see how you can craft a brand + website to step into your highest earning potential & expand your soul aligned business, today.
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