DIY A BETTER BRAND
Learn how to DIY a Better Brand for your business
DIY a Better Brand is an ebook and guide to help you elevate your brand. It’s for those of you who know your DIY efforts could be improved but aren’t really sure how to do that, and aren’t ready or able to invest in hiring a designer.
I walk you through the different aspects of building a brand, and give you all of the tools to uplevel your DIY work.
DIY a Better Brand is 88 pages of brand know-how goodness, broken down into the following sections:
- Core Branding
- Brand Guidelines
Each sections includes background information, tips, and recommended resources and tools to use in crafting your brand.
It also includes a core branding worksheet, and template to put together your own brand guidelines.
It's the next best thing to working with a designerfor a fraction of the price
You’ll walk away with:
- Clarity and confidence in what you want for your business
- Clear benchmarks by which to make your design decisions
- Know-how on best practices for strategically choosing colors and fonts
- Resources and tips to make building your brand easier
- The power to breathe new life into your business and brand, and up your appeal to your dream clients or customers
Working with a designer who knows what they’re doing is absolutely worth it, but it can strain your budget. Maybe a lot. This guide is meant to help you get through a few more years in your business with improved branding, until you’re ready to hire a professional.
An ebook that guides you to improve your brand is a small investment to refresh your Look and strategically appeal to your ideal audience.
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What exactly am I getting?
DIY a Better Brand is an 88-page PDF ebook and guide. You’ll be prompted to download it directly after purchase.
A whole lot of brand-uplevelling goodness!
A lot of it is text content to read and reference – either background information or instructions, or examples.
But it does also include a robust core branding worksheet, and a template to put together your own brand guidelines.
I also give links to recommended tools and resources.