What’s the difference between corporate identity design & branding?
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The best way to describe the difference between corporate identity design & branding is emotion. Maybe you didn’t expect that, but branding is how a customer relates emotionally to the company. It can be described as what the customer thinks of you.
The corporate identity design, however, includes your official colour palettes, fonts, logo design, stationary as well as consistent logo positioning. A corporate identity is built through the branding process. This has to do with the more tangible elements, in other words, the things that people can see, hear, touch etc.
Once you have developed a corporate identity it’s important that this forms part of all online and offline communications.
This is a per hour cost at R500 per hour
*It does not include a brand CI pack such as business cards, signatures etc.
**This is a logo design only and cost is dependent on the time it takes to design and develop it.
Corporate Identity: Your brand is the way your customer sees you and that is why you need a solid Corporate Identity (CI) design from the get go.
“Design is the silent ambassador of your brand” Paul Rand
Totally blown away with how quickly and efficiently they took my online presentation from average and over priced to amazing and affordable. They really took the pressure off. Loving the new “brand identity”. Did not even know that it’s a thing.
Steven Smith - Founder of Urban Recovery SA