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Definition: A Corporate Identity Manual specifies the selection of colors and combinations, designs, words, typography etc., that a business uses to make a visual statement about itself and to communicate its business philosophy.
It is an enduring presentation of how a business views itself, and how it would like to be viewed by its customers and other stakeholders.
A Corporate Identity is essential for all businesses, big or small. For many the logo design of the business is what best represents the Corporate Identity, however the logo design is only one aspect of the entire process.
We provide a complete corporate identity manual to manage all visual aspects of the business brand.
A logo is an extremely important part of a business as it communicates what the company is all about, what products or services they sell and how it benefits the consumer.
Branding is the company’s corporate image. This is usually a symbol and colour that draws attention and makes the company memorable and builds brand loyalty.
A logo and Branding give a company personality and something that is relatable to the target audience: e.g. fresh, gentle, natural, healthy etc.
Your logo distinguishes your company from the competition. A good logo should be able to be used in all forms of advertising, display and communication mediums.
This would include stationery such as a letterheads, business cards and envelopes, etc. Marketing collateral would include flyers, brochures, books, websites.
Branding will also be on packaging, signage and anything else that represents the business to the public and its stakeholders.
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