Posts Tagged ‘branding’

Find the Perfect Name For Your Business or Startup With These 10 Tips

Ross Kimbarovsky | March 2nd, 2017

Picking a good name for your business can be one of the most difficult parts of building brand identity, but also one of the most important. As Dharmesh Shah, Hubspot CTO and Founder puts it, “A great name reduces the friction between your company and the market. It makes it easier for people to find […]

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Fresh from the SPRING: HambaAllah

Audree | March 2nd, 2017

When perusing our galleries here on crowdSPRING, we see some amazing work submitted in the projects. Today, we recognize this gem submitted in this book cover project: The book is a chef’s collection of stories from kitchens around the world. The challenge of this project was to create a cover based on an unfortunate incident […]

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5 Major Rebranding Failures and What You Can Learn from Them

Katie Lundin | February 27th, 2017

There are lots of reasons that a business may be in need of a rebrand, we wrote about six of them in the article “Six Reasons Your Logo Might Need a Makeover.” If you have decided that it’s time to refresh your brand, keep in mind that giving the customers something new does not always […]

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10 Tips to Create a Memorable Tagline for Your Business

Ross Kimbarovsky | February 20th, 2017

update: If you’d prefer to watch a video version of this post, you can find it on crowdSPRING’s YouTube channel here: The Small Business Guide to Crafting the Perfect Tagline or Slogan. As I wrote previously in 10 Tips for Naming Your Startup or Small Business, coming up with a great company name for your new […]

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Level the Playing Field with These 5 Crowdsourced Designs

Ross Kimbarovsky | February 7th, 2017

Technology has helped close the gap between small businesses and startups and the larger, better-financed competitors they have set out to disrupt. Today, inexpensive and free small business marketing tools, outstanding small business applications from Google, and crowdsourcing have made it possible for startups and small businesses to level the playing field. In some situations, being […]

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Logo Design: Keep It Simple

Ross Kimbarovsky | February 6th, 2017

Companies want their logo to be instantly recognizable, easily interpretable, and timeless. Overly complex logos often fail to achieve those goals. Web designers often talk about restraint — not putting everything, including the kitchen sink, on a page. The same should be said about logo design. After all, there are some exceptional examples of simple […]

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