Your Brand is what people say about you when you’re not in the room.

– Jeff Bezos

How an organisation wants to be perceived in the market should be influential, if not significant. For that reason, an identity of a brand should have its own vision and culture to present, whereas personality and relationships would be the other facets to set forth its values.

Consumers remember colours, designs, symbols, logo and tagline because these give a sense of familiarity hence distinguish one brand from another.

Subsequently, when one is sustainable, visionary and persistence, it fosters loyalty, preference and financial returns that form an immediate connection with consumers which then elevate growth. An impression about a service or a company is what branding is all about.

Companies and organisations that produce products and services shape their brand in consumers’ minds. This ensures that each brand differs from one other despite sharing similarities. By doing so, it succours companies’ growth by knowing where it lacks or perks.

Logo Design

Brands influence significantly. When there is an identity, it should be easier for consumers to remember a brand. What a brand portrays should be memorable and next, consumers know what to expect. Branding is indeed impactful as consumers recognise logo as the face of the brand. When it is eye-catching, it could be memorised better each time it is seen. It could be the name itself, the colours or symbol used. Logo is essential for promotional material– digital or physical, as well as corporate identity that can be seen in packaging or stationeries.

Corporate Profile

A corporate profile introduces brands. Potential and existing consumers view corporate profile often. Products and services offered from brands need proper introduction as to know what it is about, its strength, uniqueness, structure, overall purposes and whether or not the brand is suitable be engaged with. A complete information should be put to ensure that it eases the process of viewing for consumers who want to get to know more about a brand. How it is all written and projected in the website should not just look attractive but also captivating enough for consumers to proceed to the next step.

Corporate Sales Kit

To have better understanding about a brand, corporate sales kit comes in handy. It emphasises content, customises audience and allows consumers to consider. Company profile is basically a brief description of a brand where it tells history, structure, management, plans of a brand and the standing of services offered. Product catalogue is essential for sale purposes to help consumers decide their needs and whether or not it solves problems. These two beneficial tools should include in-depth explanation and case studies of the products and services by being persuasive with the tone used as to prove a brand has solutions towards its targeted consumers.

Packaging Design

Judging a book by its cover should not be applied when it comes to packaging design as consumers mostly pay for products that are pleasing to the eyes. Typography, colours and design applied towards a package tells a personality of a brand. To add personal touch to a packaging design is a plus point which keeps loyal consumers and attracts new ones. Another angle of its importance is it could have a great impact towards consumers’ decision-making process. There is no telling of how great of an investment it would be when a brand does an excellent job at designing packages. It draws more attention and elevates growth of the brand gradually.

Name / Business Card

Business cards determine first impressions and build trust. It is handed in when there are opportunities. When a brand is introduced, business card gives out extra information about a representative from the brand and usually would expect follow ups. Rather than having a representative’s information written by hand, it is easier to pass down business card. A plus point should be given when a business card is attractive as it captures attention. Personal touch should be added with the design as anything that captures attention would be memorable hence consumers remember well.

Brand Guideline

An organisation or a brand should utilise brand guideline as a resource to signify its brand. It is useful when an organisation rebrands itself or for a new brand to put itself out there up for the first time. Not only mission, vision and core values should be listed down but colour palette, typeface, colourway ought to be included as well. This is because a unified identity is aimed so that a brand gets more noticeable. Apart from that, the purpose of a brand guideline is to set standards and rules on how to apply brand elements. When it is professional, a brand gets even more reliable and valued since everything that forms a brand is looking cohesive and united.