The London Underground symbol is an iconic piece of logo design. The red and blue bar and circle roundel has been around since 1908. But visitors to London's Westminster Underground station can now see a reimagined version of the transit symbol courtesy of British-Ghanaian artist Larry Achiampong.
This new logo will surely solve all of Facebook’s problems Bentley Brayant Creative Communication News • November 4, 2019 New logo represents Facebook the parent company [...]
The Billion Dollars Valuation Journey Starts From A Perfect Logo Design! Bentley Brayant Creative Communication News • October 31, 2019 The significance of a brand logo requires [...]
Having a business card is the most effective way of marketing yourself, especially during professional gatherings. Thirty seconds is what people have to make a great impression to the public no matter what kind of industry they're in. This is the very reason why many of them couldn't afford to have the wrong impression. There is almost no room even with small mistakes.
Favicons are those little icons you see in your browser tabs. When you have lots of open tabs in your browser it helps you recognize and find the page you were looking for. They are important for your branding, even more so, because Google recently decided to add them to the mobile search results. So, let’s take a closer look at those little icons and your branding here!
Brand identity is the face of your business. It represents your company's values, services, ideas and personality. It can generate loyalty from your clients and make your employees proud to work for you.
Business cards still work. They are efficient, easy to carry and easily exchanged. Always be ready when the question is posed, “Do you have a card?”
Goodenough College is an Award-winning postgraduate residence in London. Having recently devised their new spring/summer menus they needed artwork that could double both as an online and print brochure.
Service-based businesses seem to have more trouble with leveraging some of the most powerful networks, such as Instagram, because they’re lacking ideas on what to post.
Stories create an experience, whether they are imaginary, like “Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone,” or real, like Gandhi’s autobiography “The Story of My Experiments With Truth”.