Choosing what colors you’re going to use for your logo and general branding is incredibly important. We live in a world of color and subconsciously lean towards some colors more than others. Choosing a logo is hard enough but choosing the main color of your logo means consumers…more
Facebook Messenger as a Lead Generation Tool
As of 2019, over two billion people log into Facebook every month. This means that if you don’t have a business page on Facebook, you need to set one up right after you read this. Most companies, no matter how big or small, have a Facebook business page.…more
Adapt or Die: Is it time for a brand refresh?
There are a limited number of times that the universal consciousness of the consumer will tolerate a rebrand before the sneaking suspicion of instability starts to steer them away from a product or service. I once read on the world wide web that a brand can really only…more
Controlling your restaurant’s brand in the age of social media
Restaurant branding and strategy has changed thanks to social media: every customer is now a walking, talking online review to an audience of…well…everyone. From Instagram and #foodies to Google My Business and Yelp reviews—how is your restaurant’s brand supposed to both keep up with the trends AND help…more
Are you Heading to the Altar with the Wrong Logo Design?
Like a teenage couple with hormones running wild, it’s easy for business owners and executives to fall in love with a logo design without considering the long-term implications. What they may not realize at the time, however, is that choosing a logo is a complicated decision that takes…more
The Evolution of Our Brand: The Envision Creative Logo
The History of the Envision Creative Group Logo We’ve heard many clients express how engrained their current logo is in the minds of their customers, and how—after 10+ years of being in business—it would hurt them to ever change it. It’s a common misconception among companies and one we…more
How to Identify 5 Epic Brand Attributes
How do you identify the brand attributes of your business? Many business owners spend significant resources fine-tuning their branding to build relationships with the target audience. After all that investment, planning, and brand strategy you’d expect a great reception, right? Here’s the sad truth; 54% of people don’t…more
The Difference Between a Brand and a Logo (and How Brand Positioning Fits Into the Picture)
Brand positioning can be a confusing process. In general, the term “branding” is used as a generic way to describe a business, their logo, and their visual style. Many people tend to use “brand” interchangeably with “logo” and vice-versa because they associate the idea of a brand with…more