Brand Guidelines Design
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Ensure brand consistency with custom brand guidelines design
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What does it cost
to design brand guidelines?
use on different backgrounds)
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From $690 (design only)
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What is the purpose
of brand guidelines?
Brand guidelines come to your rescue wearing an invisible cape. Not many people know it’s there, but it is highly fruitful. Regardless of the size of your team, your hiring approach - freelancers, agencies, or in-house team - it is important that every member of your brand knows what it is about, and how they shall go ahead with their work: designs, typography, logos, illustrations, and so on. Your brand guidelines act as an internal understanding of your brand and communicate the same to everyone who plays a role in creating and marketing your brand. The overall purpose of brand guidelines is to have wholesome and precise standards to represent your brand identity accurately and make them accessible to your team.
Why are brand guidelines
All companies are mostly clear about what they do and how they do it, but only a few dive deeper into why they do it in a certain manner. This is an essential component of your brand, with a few other elements that make a brand. To represent this in your branding, marketing, products, services, and communication it is important to have clear internal communication, this internal communication thrives on a set of guidelines that are centered towards your brand, a.k.a. brand guidelines. Moreover, brand guidelines serve as a blueprint for your brand and bring a sense of consistency and alignment to all the branding elements.
Your burning questions on brand guidelines,
● The base on which your brand stands such as vision statement, your mission, buyer persona, and brand strategies.
● Clarity on visual elements such as logo, typefaces, the color palette you prefer, and so on.
You could go in a simplified or comprehensive manner depending on your brand. Comprehensive brand guidelines would include detailed information about your brand and a simpler way to go ahead with creating brand guidelines is by simply making a To-Prefer and To-Avoid list.