Typographic hierarchy: The design secret
all business owners need to know
Creating a mood board is an important process for building your brand.
When I create simple website designs for my clients, I like to incorporate elements from Japanese minimalism.
Typographic hierarchy sounds like a technical design term, but it’s a simple technique that you’re probably already familiar with.
Choosing your brand fonts is one of the most important design decisions you will make for your business.
Imagine for a moment that you paid a lot of money to exhibit at the largest, most popular event in your industry.
Does your company have a brand story?
How is your brand identity? Is it helping you to connect with your target market?
One of the best ways to increase your Google ranking is to work on your on-page SEO.
In the early days of the internet, businesses used to treat their websites as online brochures.
If someone asked you to picture a logo in your mind, most likely it would be a simple logo design.
Did you know that the brand colors of your business, tell your audience a lot about you?
Do you know there are several logo file formats for different needs?
When you brand your business, you need to go further than just creating a logo and business card.
Dense is a elegant, geometric and compact sans-serif typeface designed by Charles Daoud.
Rozha One offers only one regular font, so it’s a great idea to pair with another font. Here is an example of…
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