Brand Identity

If you find your company look & feel is inconsistent across all of your signage, documents, website, etc., you need some branding guidelines.

Branding Guide

Consistent use of your logo, company color schemes, fonts, styles, imagery and messaging has to be consistent if you want to build brand recognition. Branding guides provide guardrails for anyone designing anything to do with your brand.

Common Questions About Branding Guidelines

Yes. Brand identity work not included in our website plans. Speak to us about your requirements and we’ll provide a quote.

Brand identity is the visible elements of a brand, such as color, design, and logo, that identify and distinguish the brand in consumers’ minds.

A brand guide can include many different design elements, such as fonts, color palettes, and logo designs. Together, these elements will create your brand identity and echo your brand’s voice across all channels. Defining your own unique brand guidelines can seem like a daunting task.

Brand guides are important to ensure everyone associated with the brand – internal employees, partners, and affiliates – are on the same page in terms of understanding your brand identity, your brand assets and the appropriate use of them.

That depends on a lot of factors. When you sign up for a website plan, you’ll speak with your project manager about your brand. From there, we’ll quote you an all-inclusive price.