Simply put, being 'on-brand' means anything that is created for a company should be in alignment with its brand. This 'anything' refers to marketing collateral such as flyers, brochures, postcards, mailers, logo design, signage, website design, newsletters, etc. To be effective, all of these should reflect who you are as a company, speak to your audience, and look visually consistent. What isn't always realized is that being on-brand can go beyond the visual aspect.
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As you probably know, we live in a world powered by technology. The days of using a phone book to find business information are seemingly behind us. Now, consumers turn to search engines to get information. There are several search engines out there, but Google continues to remain supreme.
Advantages of Custom Designed Websites
When you’re looking to build a new website, you can take two common routes: custom build a website to fit your exact needs or use a pre-existing design or template to create your website.
Break through the ceiling and reach new marketing heights with industry-leading drone footage. The sky is the limit when you utilize filming with a drone's unique benefits. Your prospects will be trending upward when you can showcase practical drone capabilities. Be above the rest, take your marketing videos to the top of the industry.
In June of 2020, Apple announced new updates to their privacy and tracking rules. These updates would require Facebook to explicitly ask for permission to track users when they leave Facebook and across other apps and websites. This process is similar to how most websites ask permission to use cookie tracking when users enter a website. Under these circumstances, users will have to opt-in for tracking as opposed to opting out. Facebook has expressed concern that most iPhone users will opt out of tracking and make targeted advertising more difficult and reporting less accurate.
In graphic design, trends come and go. Some trends last for years, some for only months. During a trying time for all of us, graphic design has not only had to learn how to adapt but also has had to take into consideration people's mental health states. Below is a brief exploration of a few trends and effects the pandemic has had on graphic design.
Covid-concerns placed many of our favorite past-times on hold. We relied heavily on the web for education, shopping, entertainment, and connection. Social behavior continued to swell, which offered us even more data on consumer behavior and preferences. Here are some interesting facts:
From travel restrictions to a complete shift in consumer behavior, the past year has reshaped our world. Leaders in 2020 were forced to make hard decisions and significant operational changes, often based on little information and under tight timelines. Initially, accommodations had to be made for remote working and online interactions whenever and wherever possible. Then, when it became clear that the situation wasn't changing soon, business operations had to be reassessed and adjusted. For some, this meant accommodating their current physical environment to be safe and functional. For others, it involved either improving or embracing e-service or e-commerce so they could continue to thrive despite the environment.