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Moving Brands – a branding agency based in London

Moving Brands – a branding agency based in London

untitled Projects - The Design Office Member initiated A catalog of uncommissioned works created by individual members or in collaboration All types Tools Products Installations Proposals > Design Office Plywood Furniture - Custom desks, production table and bookshelves > 204 Westminster Building Signage - A 'brand' for an independent arts building > Badges - Set of 4 collectible iron-on graphic patches > Contact Sheet - Open-source Gallery plug-in for Wordpress (beta) > Modern Pictograms - Icon typeface for interface designers > Heirloom Seed Kit - Everything you need to grow six edible seedlings > Pictures of Type - Website that collects photographs of typography in use (beta) > Work in Progress - Monthly design critiques. > Flatfile - WordPress theme designed for artists that combines portfolio and blog > Fall Leaves - 25-foot poem printed out our window > The Design Archives - Bound volumes containing our recycled paper > Ira Rakatansky - 208-page book on Providence's earliest Modern architect infoa Office supported

UX Designer Specialist | Web developer | Wordpress creative websites | +55 92 8212-8012 6 branding mistakes made by new designers | Branding | Page 2 Promotion 04. Creating an inconsistent logo Along these same lines, when creating a logo don't forget that it's only one piece of the overall puzzle. Make sure it fits in with the rest of your brand as a designer, for a consistent image across all channels. Your brand encompasses not only your logo and brand colours, but also the voice you use in your copywriting, the images you choose to post on social media, and even the font on your blog. 05. Once you've spent your time and effort launching your brand online with a website, blog, and social media presence, it's tempting to kick back and wait for the orders to roll in. 06. Your brand may need a bit of tweaking as you're just starting out. Words: Rachel MacDonald Images: Pixabay Rachel MacDonald is a freelance writer with a marketing background and an interest in the latest trends driving the world of design. Like this? The 15 best photo editors The designer's guide to working from home The best collage maker tools – and most are free!

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Boxes and Arrows 12 colours and the emotions they evoke Poetry can make people swoon, and a shocking image can enrage people to action. But one of the lesser-known, but no less powerful, ways to invoke emotion is simple, everyday colours. Discover these outstanding uses of colour in branding The psychological effects of colours have been studied by scientists since the Middle Ages, but you only need to look at the world around you to see – and feel – their impact. Every colour elicits a different and unique emotional response in the viewer, and the clever web designer (and any visual professional in that regards) will know the effect of each colour, plus how and when to use each. While the discipline of colour theory is broad, this article will teach you the fundamentals in a single, quick-reference source. But before we delve into the emotional nuances of 12 separate colours (then explain a quick case study), but we need to first make a quick note about vibrancy. A note about vibrancy Simply put, a colour's vibrancy is how dark or light it is.

STUCK An electrical field, when applied radially to a wound, starts and accelerates healing. We figured that a great way to apply this technology is to help diabetic patients speed up the closure of their chronically unhealing sores (which would otherwise lead to limb amputation). HealFast brings this technology to people in the compact form of a bandage that accelerates wound-healing. The experience of using a bandage is not just about its medical effects. It starts the moment you see it and handle its packaging, all the way till you peel it off for disposal. Unapproachable aesthetics or minor inconveniences are sometimes sufficient to discourage a patient from using it as frequently as he needs to. To encourage compliance to daily wound care, Healfast is designed to look positive, comforting and friendly, and to be easy and intuitive, even for one-handed use - especially for the less dexterous, arthritic fingers often associated with diabetes.