Have you ever been tempted to shift your focus in an effort to make additional income? Maybe you’ve had the same thoughts as I have.
Every successful business reaches a stage where it goes beyond its own comfort zone, and begins to challenge the convention — status quo, the norm, industry standard. These defining moments are what set your brand apart from others, and allow your voice to be heard.
Are you looking to make some quick cash, or are you aiming to create an enduring brand that exceeds your expectations and vision?
It wasn’t that long ago that I spent my days in a cubicle, daydreaming of creating Spruce Rd. — though it didn’t have a name at the time.
In this article, I’m sharing the process behind launching your newest product or course. If this is your first time venturing into this territory, I’ve got ya covered on where to start.
Once you are ready to transition your personal brand (whether it be a service-based income, blog, consulting, or any other type of business) into info-products, you will most likely encounter some sort of branding quandary.
If you are in a position where hiring a designer isn’t in the cards quite yet, you can certainly DIY your own branding until you are ready for that next step.
Let’s dive into how Blue Bell has gained such loyal brand ambassadors, as well as a few notes on how you can do the same in your business.
I thought I would show a glimpse at behind the scenes of Spruce Rd. I am SO excited to reveal that Spruce Rd. is now partnering with other designers to collaborate on client work.
Design skills aren’t reserved for only those who have a graphic design degree, but I truly believe that everyone is creative, and has the capability to learn the tools on their own. Here are a few ways you can add value to your business, through design.
Although I may be biased, I truly believe that a quality brand identity builds trust, and immediately establishes your business as professional. Today, I wanted to share a few tips that have helped me build a strong reputation + brand, attracting my ideal clients and readers.
I always love peeking behind the curtain of someone’s business, and seeing their process and how it is effective for their business. Over the past few months, I have developed a process that works really well for my clients, and actually hardly leads to any revisions.
Through building a consistent experience for your audience, you build trust and credibility in your business.
Once you have clarity about the next steps for your business, it is time to transition from your personal online space to your professional one. This can get tricky, and you want to make sure you transition in a way that feels right.
So many bloggers feel stuck when it comes to design. I have been diligently working behind the scenes to create a self-paced ecourse that will provide the step-by-step process to creating a blog post style guide.
Branding is one of the most important aspects of a business, and often is one of the first large investments a company makes. Here are a few reasons why it might be the right time to get serious about your branding.
I am launching an e-course! The “Create Share-worthy Design” e-course is something that I am SO excited for, and that I think will be useful to anyone looking to start getting noticed online.
As competition + saturation in the market increases, brands find themselves in a place where they need to distinguish from the rest of the crowd. Businesses search for ways to increase engagement with their customers, build trust and ultimately loyalty in their brand.
Being an expert instinctually builds more trust in your service. Because of this trust, your client or customer respects you from the beginning and has a strong value in your work, and looks for your guidance and opinion.
Throughout the first few months of my print design job, it was trial by fire as I tested what was effective as a dynamic layout! I developed a method that served me well in designing layouts, and thought I would share a few of my secrets with you guys! Most of these tips can be applied to logo + web design as well.