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Twitter Link Roundup #359 – Terrific Reads for Small Businesses, Entrepreneurs, Marketers, and Designers!

How many tabs do you have open in your browser right now? If you had to stop and count, it’s probably too many. An overcrowded browser is like a cluttered home. It is overwhelming and excessive, and it provokes a genuine stress response. If you suffer from spending precious mental energy searching through all 42 tabs in your browser to find the one you need, consider looking into some tools to help you regain that lost time and attention. Medium recommends several good ones to try out. You may ...
Tags: Startups, Twitter, Design, Leadership, Small Business, Inspiration, Marketing, Sales, Entrepreneur, Munchery, Holland, Logo, Ross, Branding, Etsy Shop, Kevin Kelly


7 Ways to Boost Your Brand Identity Online

Before you can take steps to boost your online brand, you need to know what you want it to be. Your brand identity is akin to your personal identity.   The characteristics and traits that differentiate you from others constitute your personal identity. Your brand identity is made up of the look and feel of how your company presents itself including your:   Logo Tagline Jingle Slogan Typography Packaging Content   Your brand identity includes any visual or audio representations that others rec...
Tags: Verizon, Facebook, Design, Instagram, Advertising, Web, Tumblr, Logo, Products, Product Design, McDonald, Maxwell House, Charmin, Voice Your, PRIMARY-CHANNELS, CHANNEL-DIGITAL-ART


Logo Color: Why It Is Important

There are several factors that will be influential to the success of your business. The quality of the products and services, location of the physical store, human resources, and timing are just some of the most crucial.   In most cases, people tend to focus on the bigger picture when talking about business success and they ignore the small details. Among others, one that you should not miss is the importance of a logo, which should speak about the personality of the business. More than the act...
Tags: Design, Logo, Harvard Business Review, Business Insider, Color Theory, PRIMARY-CHANNELS, CHANNEL-DIGITAL-ART, OTHER-DIGITAL-ART, COLOURlover Features, OTHER-CHANNELS, ColorSchemer Touch, Importance of Color


The Importance of Color in a Logo Design: How to Choose the Right One?

To learn the importance of choosing the right color in logo design, continue reading this post. You’ll learn the different meanings of each color and its significance on a particular logo. Here we go! Well, the color shouldn’t be ignored, especially when it comes to designing a logo, either for a business or what. If you plan to create your own logo or even consider professional help, there is a need to make sure that you are picking the right combinations of colors. You should never ignore the...
Tags: Design, Paint, Logo, Blue, Black, Product Design, Grey, Color Theory, Brown, Black Black, Grey Grey, Orange Orange, Pink Pink, PRIMARY-CHANNELS, CHANNEL-DIGITAL-ART, OTHER-DIGITAL-ART


Ways to Make Your Next Design Presentation Memorable

You’ve probably spend countless hours making your design. It doesn’t matter if you’re working on a new product, a website, or a logo project, your design won’t be enough to impress most clients. If you really want to be successful, then you’ll need to be a good salesperson as well. You need to share the story of your work. This means creating an interesting and memorable presentation. Keep in mind that the presentation should solely be about your design and your client; not about you. In order t...
Tags: Design, Advertising, Trends, Guides, Software, Logo, PRIMARY-CHANNELS, CHANNEL-DIGITAL-ART, OTHER-DIGITAL-ART, Design Minute, OTHER-CHANNELS


Behold, Slack’s new logo

New year, new you, new Slack. The popular workplace chat service’s resolution clearly involved a bit of a facelift, starting with a new logo. A redesigned version of the familiar grid logo launched this week, and appears to have rolled out on most major platforms. Slack did the customary thing of explaining the hell out of the new design over of its blog. There’s all of the usual stuff there, about maintaining the spirit while moderning thing up a bit. The company also calls the design “simp...
Tags: Apps, New York, Design, Tech, Logo, Slack, Michael Bierut, Pentagram Design, Eric Scott Johnson


The Importance of Color in a Logo Design: How to Choose the Right One?

To learn the importance of choosing the right color in logo design, continue reading this post. You’ll learn the different meanings of each color and its significance on a particular logo. Here we go! Well, the color shouldn’t be ignored, especially when it comes to designing a logo, either for a business or what. If you plan to create your own logo or even consider professional help, there is a need to make sure that you are picking the right combinations of colors. You should never ignore the...
Tags: Design, Logo, Blue, Black, Grey, Color Theory, Brown, Black Black, Grey Grey, Orange Orange, Pink Pink, PRIMARY-CHANNELS, CHANNEL-DIGITAL-ART, OTHER-DIGITAL-ART, OTHER-CHANNELS, ColorSchemer Touch


10 Fundamental Reasons to Rebrand Your Company

Rebranding isn’t easy, but sometimes it’s the only choice you have. Instead of disrupting operations, compromising on the quality of services, harming the reputation of your brand and letting sales decline, it’s better to swallow the pill and rebrand yourself. But, how do you know it’s time, and you have no other choice left? It’s okay if you are doubtful. This article explains some fundamental reasons to rebrand your company and some successful and not-so-successful examples of rebranding that ...
Tags: Apple, Google, Technology, Instagram, Microsoft, Steve Jobs, Sales, Brand, CSR, Walmart, Canada, Burberry, Kate Moss, Rupert Murdoch, Emma Watson, Pepsico


The Subtle Art of Branding

Creating engaging branding is not easy to do, so often it falls flat. Branding is one of the first things people see when engaging with your business. As much as we don’t like to say it, ‘image’ can be everything especially if a potential client doesn’t ‘know’ you. One definition of branding could be anything that aids in the perception of your business and acts as a pillar to distinguish your business from others in the same industry. Branding has the ability to communicate the essence of yo...
Tags: Instagram, Seo, Tips, Canva, Logo, Branding, Behance, Wed design, Tim Hortens


Logical Logos: Tips to Create a Modern Logo Design for Your Business

by Robert Clough Be smart with your logo design and think about your overall business strategy. Here are some tips to create a modern logo design for your business. There are roughly 7.8 million small businesses in the US alone. It's true that your brand isn't competing with all of them since they're not all in your niche. But you will have competition, especially on a global scale. Standing out in a crowded marketplace online can be tough. When you're branding a small ...
Tags: Apple, Amazon, Small Business, US, Samsung, Seo, Intel, Bbc, Ikea, Logo, Canon, Simon Sinek, Don, Serif, Advertising and Marketing, Robert Clough


Digital Fuel sells Logo Sportswear

Digital Fuel Capital has sold Logo Sportswear to Digital Room. No financial terms were disclosed. Based in Wallingford, Connecticut, Logo Sportswear is a provider of custom apparel to companies and teams. PRESS RELEASE NEWTON, Mass., Nov. 1, 2018 /PRNewswire/ — Digital Fuel Capital (“Digital Fuel”), a private-equity firm focused on e-commerce businesses, announced today the sale of its portfolio company, Logo Sportswear (“Logo”), to Digital Room, a leading on-line printing solutions company. Log...
Tags: Trends, M&a, Logo, Jeff, Gladstone Investment Corporation, Wallingford CT, Digital Fuel, Carson Biederman, Digital Fuel Capital, Wallingford Connecticut Logo Sportswear, Digital Fuel Capital Digital Fuel, Logo Sportswear Logo to Digital Room, Logo Sportswear, Patrick Cerreta CEO of Logo Jeff Martin, Digital Fuel Capital Under Pat


The humorous story of Donkey Donald's, aka Dunkin' Donuts

I never know where our conversations are going to go when I get together with my friend Mark of Cardhouse. His tastes are more esoteric than the average person and I'm always surprised and amused by what he shares with me. So, we had lunch Wednesday. Somehow Dunkin' Donuts came up. He asked me if I had remembered when he posted about Donkey Donald's (in 2013). I hadn't. He explained. He cited a Tumblr written by two NYC concierges in which they shared funny stories about their job. The blog is ...
Tags: Post, News, Logo, Donkey, Donald, Dunkin Donuts, Dunkin, America Runs, Cardhouse, Donkey Donald's, Donkey Donald, Mark of Cardhouse


Uber’s Powerful Rebrand and What Your Business Can Learn From It

Brand identity constantly evolves and changes in public opinion and bad press can tarnish a company’s brand. That’s exactly what happened with Uber when it rebranded for the second time in three years. The Uber brand became associated with negative attention rather than a positive brand experience, and its existing branding was undermining Uber’s marketing efforts. Let’s take a look at why Uber rebranded, the lessons you can learn from their rebrand, and how smart businesses can do the same to ...
Tags: Uber, New York, India, US, Sales, Silicon Valley, Travis Kalanick, Mark Wilson, Logo, Latin America, Brand Experience, Rebranding, Redesign, Wolff Olins, Dara Khosrowshahi, Brand Strategy


5 Proven Steps That Will Help You Create A Powerful Brand Identity For Your Small Business

It’s impossible to build a successful business without creating a strong brand. So what is a brand and what are the elements of brand identity? Here’s what you need to know – 5 proven steps that will help you create a powerful brand identity for your business. What is a brand identity? As we wrote previously: A brand is the sum total of the experience your customers and customer prospects have with your company. A strong brand communicates what your company does, how it does it, and at the s...
Tags: Apple, Google, Amazon, Typography, Sales, Brand, Sony, John, Logo, Shopify, Neiman Marcus, Wal Mart, Revlon, Dunkin, CCI, USP


4 Places To Put Your Logo To Improve Brand Visibility

Once your company logo is done and ready to use, it should appear on your business website, including your home page. But have you considered the several other places you could put it in to increase brand awareness? For small-and-medium-sized businesses with limited budgets, strategic logo placement is even more crucial; it can get the recognition and leads from places they would never have imagined. So that begs the question: where else can you put your business logo? While you may come across...
Tags: Startups, Marketing, Logo, Branding, Others, Logo Design


How to Create a Distinctive Trademark for Your Business

. A trademark represents the distinctive sign through which a business presents itself on any given market and this is why is very important to convey the message of the brand to its customers. It can be said that the trademark is the most relevant asset of a business, as it will distinguish the company’s products or services from the ones of the competition. A sign becomes a trademark once the company that owns it registers it on the market in which it will operate; more exactly, when it is...
Tags: Design, News, Ireland, Estonia, Logo, CHANNEL-DIGITAL-ART, Japan Italy


Taku Omura turns logo design into industrial design – Pt. 1

Logo Design and Industrial Design seldom overlap. They may be entities of the problem-solving gamut, but they target completely different areas. Logos help companies and brands establish a memorable visual identity, while industrial design helps people overcome more tangible problems. Japanese Designer Taku Omura found a strangely humorous overlap by bringing the forms associated with logo and branding design, and turning them into quirky, functional, 3D-printed products! Check them out!Designer...
Tags: Design, Honda, Logo, Product Design, Product, 3D printed, Taku Omura, Taku OmuraThe


Taku Omura turns logo design into industrial design – Pt. 2

Logo Design and Industrial Design seldom overlap. They may be entities of the problem-solving gamut, but they target completely different areas. Logos help companies and brands establish a memorable visual identity, while industrial design helps people overcome more tangible problems. Japanese Designer Taku Omura found a strangely humorous overlap by bringing the forms associated with logo and branding design, and turning them into quirky, functional, 3D-printed products! Check out part 1 of the...
Tags: Design, Logo, Product Design, Product, 3D printed, Taku Omura, Taku OmuraMcDonald


How Strong Political Branding Can Help You Win Your Next Election

  Politics today is more polarizing than ever. Nearly every race is filled with candidates from multiple parties, and it’s tough for candidates to stand out. Good design can help. Design acts as a powerful tool for communication and persuasion, both of which are hugely important to political strategy and tactics and to political campaigns. For a long time, design in political campaigns has followed a certain set of unspoken guidelines: be safe, follow tradition, don’t stray from the red, white,...
Tags: Business, Politics, New York, Design, Identity, Obama, Sales, Cnn, Queens, Bronx, Vox, Donald Trump, Beirut, Hillary, Logo, Hilary Clinton


How A Strong Logo and Brand Can Help Your Etsy Store Thrive

2018 has been the year of a lot of things, but towering over all of them in bespoke heels has been the year of the crafter. With 1.9 million sellers, 31.7 million active buyers, and 45 million products, Etsy offers an enormous marketplace filled with ample opportunity for the nimble-fingered entrepreneur. Etsy can take credit for many stories in which a good old-fashioned side hustle explodes into a legitimate, sustainable business. But with so many sellers and products, the competition is fier...
Tags: Facebook, Marketplace, Etsy, Marketing, Sales, Logo, Products, Branding, USP, Esty, Personal Branding, Marketing and branding, Jewell Ray, USP Your USP


Free Wild West Vector Graphics & Logo Templates Pack

I had lots of fun producing my free pirate themed vector graphics pack a few months ago. Recently I’ve been indulging in western movies, which inspired me to create a variety of assets for a Wild West graphics pack to share with Spoon Graphics readers. Use these ready-made illustrations and editable logo templates to quickly produce cowboy themed design material, such as invitations, brand emblems, t-shirt designs and more! My free Wild West Graphics Pack contains 13 vector illustrations, ...
Tags: Design, Free, Cowboy, Western, Freebies, Logo, Design Resources, Free Design Resources, Vector, Spoon Graphics, Vector Graphics, Wild West, Logo Templates


When Designing Your Company Logo, It’s Important to Understand the Psychology Behind the Process

By Nick Brown Every design requires a careful approach that is based on psychological principles—understanding what makes your audience tick, what emotions a certain design choice can elicit, and how people are going to behave according to what they see. And this, of course, relates to logo design as well. A lot of people think that designing a logo is a piece of cake. They’re mostly thinking about the colors or maybe the typeface they’re going to use. But there is so much more to the psychology...
Tags: Psychology, Business, Design, Sales, Logo, Nick Brown, Professional & Creative Services, Know-How, Nick Brown Nick Brown


When Designing Your Company Logo, It’s Important to Understand the Psychology Behind the Process

By Nick Brown Every design requires a careful approach that is based on psychological principles—understanding what makes your audience tick, what emotions a certain design choice can elicit, and how people are going to behave according to what they see. And this, of course, relates to logo design as well. A lot of people think that designing a logo is a piece of cake. They’re mostly thinking about the colors or maybe the typeface they’re going to use. But there is so much more to the psychology...
Tags: Psychology, Business, Design, Sales, Logo, Nick Brown, Professional & Creative Services, Know-How, Nick Brown Nick Brown


Spotify, Fix Your Crooked Logo—It's Driving Me Nuts

The Spotify logo is tilted. It took me entirely too long to know this for sure.Read more...
Tags: Spotify, Science, Brands, Streaming, Logo


Trump Wants You to Choose a Space Force Logo... for the Merch He'll Sell You

No one but defense contractors and their accountants knows why America needs a Space Force. But moments after announcing the new U.S. military branch, the Trump campaign gave us a hint at this arguably idiotic idea’s true purpose: Lining the campaign’s pockets.Read more...
Tags: Science, America, Campaign, Logo, Trump, Space Force


Patent Trolls Can Ruin Your Life. Here’s How to Avoid Them

In the film “Joy,” the title character experienced patent troll torture. Joy Mangano marketed an idea. A mop that required no hands to wring out. After building a business and almost bringing her invention to full success, someone made a claim on her patent. The end of the story is a good one, but Magano went through hell proving the claim false. She now has more than 100 patents and she’s worth around $50 million dollars. Not everyone can be so lucky. 1. What is a Patent Troll? First, let’s tal...
Tags: Business, Marketing, Copyright, Other, Patent Trolls, Logo, Patent, Joy Mangano, Magano


Professional Showcase Of 25+ Web Development Tools and Resources

.     It is very popular these days to use web resources and services to deliver better quality and save time or even money. I dare to say that it is a damn fine idea. Why build from scratch rather than let the web tools or services do their magic? You can focus on delivering quality and increasing the user engagement, while the web tools and services can help you with your daily tasks. Below there are many WordPress professional plugins, themes and a managed hosting solution; website builders, ...
Tags: Amazon, Art, Apps, Tools, Design, News, Diy, Advertising, Articles, Php, Commerce, Logo, Amazon Web Services, Google Fonts, Goodie, Pagely


How To Create a Line Art Badge Logo in Adobe Illustrator

Logo designs made in the style of line art are still a pretty popular trend at the moment, they feature simplified illustrations to produce a minimalist design. This style seems particularly common amongst outdoors themed logo designs, often including landscape scenes made entirely of lines, composed into a badge style layout. In today’s Adobe Illustrator tutorial I’ll take you through the process of creating your own line art badge logo. Despite creating the whole design with just lines, we’ll ...
Tags: Design, Tutorials, Tutorial, Logo, Illustrator, Logo Design, Illustrator Tutorial, Ellipse, Zig Zag, Adobe Illustrator, Line Art Logo, Line Art, Illustrator Logo Design, Illustrator Logo Design Tutorial


AgencyLogic Support Series – The Logo Library

Reusability is a key tenet in how the AgencyLogic software works, specifically we want to make sure that wherever possible you can reuse content and don’t have to redo, re-upload or recreate anything. You can see this in the Logo library; it allows you to store an unlimited number of images to be used in your PowerSite designs. Please follow these steps to access and use it – if you have additional questions give us a call on: (888) 201-5160 or email: [email protected] To access the ...
Tags: Images, Image, Real Estate, Design, Support, Marketing, Help, Radio, Contact, Logo, Graphic, AgencyLogic, Powersite, Upload, PowerSites


How Important Is A Small Business Logo?

by Robert Clough If you run a small marketing firm, you need an innovative logo to stand out from the crowd. Read here to learn how important a small business logo is. Are you struggling to come up with the perfect small business logo design -- so much so that you wonder if it's even worth it? Do you fail to understand, especially in today's digitally-focused world, why things like your logo make a difference? If you feel like your current marketing and branding strategy lacks a cent...
Tags: Seo, Logo, Brand Building, Small business marketing, Robert Clough