Design tips

Martin Bailey
Author: Marketing your Business

Keep it simple, and standardise. Once you've designed the look and feel of one piece of material, such as a brochure, you're three parts of the way there to designing anything else. Use templates within various software packages to create the standard look, then just re-use. When the time comes for a redesign you only need to change the template.

 

 

 

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When designing a logo, start off in black and white without any gradient colours or tints. In some circumstances this will be how your logo will look (on a fax, certain 1-colour print documents) and if it looks good with these limitations, you've probably hit on a strong logo design for your business that you can build on.