unify your design, business – new portfolio

Unify your design styles across the publishing divide – print, video, website, digital publishing, social media …

There is nothing worse for any business, small or large, than your marketing and branding presenting a hodhe podge of wildly different campaigns, styles and apporaches. Your image works best if it is solidly within the same vein across all channels. If your print says one thing, your website another, your digital publishing something else, your clients, customers and targets will take you for a disorganised mess, without any clear message. Make it clear who and what you are! The first major thing to do is to have the design style of your of your output complement each other. Have the palette, typography and icons generally agree with each other.

Designing Style Guidelines For Brands And Websites | Smashing Magazine.

A Guide to Using Negative Space – Creative Beacon.

7 key aspects of your website – NaughtyDesigner.

Did You Know: that 11 billion video ads were watched in the United States last month?.

on scribd

on slideshare

There are new projects coming through all of the time. Here the partnership with Triple One Media moves on. We are offering all sorts of marketing and branding help to businesses of all sizes in Sweden. There are a number of other projects running through in Sweden as well – a whole new project forum for all companies, organizations and groups, linking freelancers to those who need help with their projects.


One thought on “unify your design, business – new portfolio

  1. Greetings! Very helpful advice in this particular article!
    It is the little changes that produce the greatest changes.
    Thanks a lot for sharing!

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