Many people often confuse the word brand. Your brand is much more than a name or logo. Brand consists of the experience that a company creates with it’s employees, vendors, communities, public relations, and customers. Your brand is the feeling/image that a customer gets when introduced.
Every single business has a brand, including large companies with huge budgets/staff, and small businesses. Behind every single brand are people. Those “people” are out there representing the image of your company. Employees connect brand values with customers through touch points to make brands come alive. By doing so, the employees reflect the brands values and help share them.
Consumers develop brand loyalty when expectations are met. They will often pass up other brands for the one they want. A brands name should be short, memorable, descriptive of product features/benefits, and should also give brand meaning if made up or borrowed. All the combined impressions and experiences of the brand are associated with a particular company, good or service.
For this massive article we decided not only to give you inspiration, but hit you with some branding knowledge! To make things easier on the eye, we combined the most important elements and facts about the categories concerning a brand. Check out the following bullet points, and feel free to use them as a valuable resource.
The following elements work together to project a consistent image and are instantly recognizable.
Now that you have an idea that a brand is much more than a logo, it’s time to focus on the design part. The examples we have for you below are on point. The following companies have done an incredible job at monetizing and setting the tone for their brand.