It’s hard to feel like a productive member of society when you don’t actually step outside and join society each day. After a year of working from home—and way too many days of PJs and sloth-like habits to mention—I’ve uncovered 10 things I make myself do each day to retain my dignity as a human being. (Showers and makeup optional.)
When you begin a branding project or logo design project, one of the first questions your designer might ask you is, "What type of logo are you looking for?"
Chances are, you have no idea. You just know that you want it to look good and represent your business well, right? But there's a lot more that goes into a logo design, and each type of logo gives your brand a different feel. Let's break down each type of logo and figure out which one is best for your business.
I am so excited to finally reveal the full branding for Carben Events + Marketing! Casey Wilson is an event and marketing guru here in Charlotte, having planned countless events and parties for local publications like Charlotte magazine, Where Charlotte, Charlotte Wedding and Charlotte Parent. (Ever been to a BOB Awards Party? That's all Casey.) She recently branched out on her own with Carben Events + Marketing, a boutique event planning and marketing company that specializes in community events.
I have to admit, when I first met with Elizabeth Greenberg to discuss her branding, I wasn't totally sure where we were going to go with this! Elizabeth is a renaissance woman with a wide array of talents and passions. She is a content marketer, horseback riding coach and fashionista. She actively runs three different blogs and was looking for a way to brand all of her different ventures together. So we set out to design a "personal brand" that would then tie into her other ventures — EFG Marketing, EFG Equine and BeYou.
I first met Laura of Laurel Belle Photography when she photographed my new headshots (which I loooove!) and was immediately drawn to her sweet and easygoing personality. I wasn't sure what to expect going into the photoshoot, but Laura made me feel totally at ease in front of the camera, and I left feeling like I had made a new friend!