The logo or brand identity reveal can be a daunting moment for both the designer and the client. So let's jump into how to present a logo and brand identities. As a designer one often presents the work with the expectation that the client will pick one and maybe revise the design once or twice.
We all go through moments when we have a surge of creativity. It just pours out of us like an unruly bottle of bubbly, almost as though this fountain of wonderful ideas will never end. But it ends, there is always an end. Even if we like to ignore the inevitability of it returning.
Keeping your brand relevance up is hugely important for your marketing and continued customer communication. You may need to take a step back and ask yourself: “What does your branding say about you?” Should you find that your branding is not exactly what you want it to be, you will have to do a
Employer branding refers to the reputation and image of an organisation as an employer, encompassing its values, culture, and work environment. It is the perception that potential and current employees have of the company as a place to work. Essentially, it is what gives the potential candidate a view into the company's work environment