Tag Archives: brand design

Level Up Your Brand

Fun Love Photography logo Before and After

Some rebrands we work on are extremely dramatic. Like Luxury Transitions or Bearing, while others are more of an evolution, like the one we did for Fun Love Photography. We’ve been working with Heather from Fun Love Photography for quite awhile now and you might recognize her work. She has not only photographed us, but many… Read the rest of the post…

Find your niche

Luxury Transitions Logo and tagline

Trying to be all things to all people? Your focus might be right infront of you…but you’re missing it. We are all too close to our business to see what is obvious to others. Many of us entrepreneurs spent most of our time in a bit of a bubble and we can’t be objective. We… Read the rest of the post…

What is your brand missing?

You know your brand needs something, but you’re just not sure what it is. That was the case for Cindy, founder of The Good Partnership. She’d been bootstrapping her business since day 1 and hadn’t invested much in the brand development and design. It got her started, but she wasn’t particularity proud of it. Now,… Read the rest of the post…

Nickel Concepts and Brand Camp

I met Nichol a few months ago when she approached me after I spoke at the Canadian Special Events Expo in Toronto, Ontario. At that time, Nichol didn’t have her own business, let alone a name or brand. She then decided it was the time to take the plunge and start her own Event Planning company!… Read the rest of the post…

Are Business Cards Dead?

I had to share a story about something that happened to me last week…and yes it does relate to business cards! I went to a great networking event on Wednesday evening and met many new people and reconnected with others I had met at a previous event a few months ago. One of the women said she… Read the rest of the post…

Inconsistency is a Brand Killer

Brand Style Guide

Mistake #4 in Our 5-Part Series I have to share with you a recent experience of mine. I had worked with a client to design a brand, which included a logo design. We had decided on a particular colour scheme for her project that we felt best reflected her aesthetic and her story. Shortly thereafter,… Read the rest of the post…