Research into color theory can benefit many projects, from establishing a brand’s identity, to creating a theme for a brochure, or choosing the look of a button on a website.
When I’m chasing my tail on a creative project, like a website or logo, I usually have to force myself to forget about the project for a while and look around for inspiration in odd places. This post is a journey into one of those odd places I found: Amazing, inspiring, good enough to watch over and over title sequences.
If you’re not sure illustrated characters are effective brand mascots, try walking down the cereal aisle at your local grocery store. Those characters connect with kids on an emotional level that other marketing methods can’t match. Big brands have mastered the use of animated spokespeople, but companies of every size can benefit from the love of a character.
Many executives and business owners don’t think of their brands as having a personality. But all successful brands possess both human characteristics and emotional differentiators. For instance, Apple is cool and knowledgeable. Volvos are safe and reliable. Vineyard Vines is […]