Printed Mint

Branding + Web Design

Printed Mint

I am literally jumping up and down with excitement to reveal the new brand identity for Printed Mint! When I was a product designer, Printed Mint was my go-to for beautifully printed products and top-notch customer service. So when Mary, the founder and owner of Printed Mint, reached out to me about helping them with a branding and web redesign, I was over the moon with excitement. Literally being their former ideal customer made it so easy and so much fun to design a visual identity that will connect and resonate with their audience. 

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We added some personality and dimension with a custom color block pattern and branded pattern.

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I love a good business card design, so I was so excited when Mary wanted to go with two different designs, giving her employees the flexibility to choose their own business card. 

Branded notecards round out their printed collateral for a uniform look. 

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Along with their new brand identity came a fresh new look for the Printed Mint website.

 
 
Printed Mint Web Design
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Branded social media templates, cover photos, insta story icons, and a uniform profile photo across all platforms creates a cohesive social media identity to generate brand recognition.

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the happy client

"I can’t tell you how pleased I am with how professional and organized you are. It literally brought happy tears to my eyes reviewing the Dropbox files. You’ve gone over and beyond — not only with design, but making recommendations on organizing content for our retailers. You care and I am so grateful for your insight and thoughtfulness. I can’t imagine going through this process with any other person. You’re truly one in a million."

-Mary Zychowski, Founder of Printed Mint