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Defining Your Brand: Throw creativity out the window
In defining your brand, creativity comes last. Here's why...
It’s the Little Things: Headshots
Why a good headshot is important, and how to use it once you've got it!
Knockout Branding Advice
We're letting Floyd Mayweather teach us a thing or two about branding.
10 Ideas to Jumpstart your Fall Marketing
Kids are back to school, so you can get back to business! Here’s a list of 10 things you can do NOW to get your marketing back on track!
The Strategy of Color
We all have favorite colors. And we all try to infuse a little of ourselves into our brand. But do those color choices saying about your business?
5 Tips for Branding Success
Branding can be a great unknown for many people. If you’re running your own business, here's some tips to help you succeed.
Top 5 reasons working with Katy Dwyer Design is WAY better than going to the dentist
I have a dentist appointment this week. I hate going to the dentist. My dentist is perfectly nice. I rarely have any dental issues. But I still hate going. I’d rather go to the doctor and get a shot than go to the Dentist. So I put it off. Often. Every 6 months, when it’s […]
Mythbuster: Your logo is not your brand.
Let’s clear something up. Your Brand is NOT your Logo. Your Logo is NOT your Brand. A logo is a part of your brand, but it doesn’t (and shouldn’t) tell the whole story. It’s just the tip of the iceberg.
Thinking about designing your own website?
Think again. There are many services out there that give consumers the ability to design their own anything… Design your own website… Design your own business cards… Design your own logo… In theory, this sounds great! No need to spend a lot of money on a website design. No need to hire a web designer […]
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