Branding + Marketing Design
Are you ready for a cohesive brand that is represented consistently throughout all of your marketing materials, both online and off? Whether you’re in need of a from-scratch logo, website, brochure, or something else entirely, Off-Center Design can provide you with a custom design to fit your needs. Each element was created with a strategy and intent to accomplish a particular goal.
The design process always begins with Annie getting to know the customer and their business. She gladly takes time to really understand their needs and business so she can create the best possible design that captures the essence of what they do. Every design on this page is a reflection of Off-Center’s customers, their business, and their target customers.
Not sure what you need or where to start? Annie can help you create a branding and marketing strategy that will help you meet your goals. She will gladly sit down and meet with you to get to know you, your business, and your needs. She will offer you her recommendations that are based on her 10+ years of experience. Contact her to schedule your consultation. She’s been helping businesses fine-tune their brand strategy since 2006.
Make your mark on the web. Having a web presence is vital in today’s technology-driven society. If customers can’t find you online, you don’t exist. Annie designs using only the best practices that have been proven over and over to result in the most SEO-friendly sites organically possible. She balances SEO trends creating a site that is built for people, not just Google’s robots. By focusing on user experience and a design that gives your business the most opportunity to connect with customers, your business storefront online will be a place that people will enjoy visiting.
Your logo is the foundation of your brand. Does it reflect your company’s core message? Does it represent you in the best possible way, leaving viewers with a great impression? Your logo should appeal to your target audience on all levels—visually, emotionally, and subconsciously. It should attract their attention and direct their focus.
When evaluating your logo, ask yourself these questions:
- What sets your company apart from your competition?
- How do you want your customers to perceive you?
- Do the colors and font speak to what you have to offer?
- Where will this logo primarily be used?
- Who is your target audience?
If you don’t have a logo yet, Annie can help you with that. Get in touch with her today to request a quote.
Creating a brand that is consistent and that accurately represents what you provide your customers helps you to build trust with potential customers. It shows them that you are a professional who is serious about what you do. Your brand speaks to them. What do you want it to say?