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So How Do You Go About Creating A Brand Mood Board For Your Business?

It’s a bit like baking a cake really.

You have to assemble all the ingredients together before you bake the masterpiece.

Some may need a team brainstorm session or some assistance from a graphic designer or if you are flying solo it’s a skill set that you can most definitely acquire along the way.

You will need:-

  • Your all important logo.
  • Your brand colours / colour palette. (3-5 is ideal)
  • Select a texture that compliments your brand colours.
  • Find 3 fonts (one might be a script font) that work well for headlines, sub headlines and text.
  • Your brand keywords that represent you and your brand, what you are about and how that is conveyed to your customers through your products, services and social media updates.

1. For Inspiration Look No Further Than A Quick Search On Pinterest

Simply head over to Pinterest and search ALL PINS for “brand mood board”.

You’ll find lots of beautifully made mood boards with colour palettes, fonts, textures and logos ready to inspire you.

Refine your search to your primary brand colours and use what you find as the perfect starting point for your own brand mood board.

I promise you now that by doing ALL the steps now, you will save yourself months & months of time later.

Once you have several colours with different tones & shades and one or two contrasting colours it’s time to make sure your logo is up to date and on-brand.

2. Your Logo.

Please do not spend 6 months deliberating over the perfect logo for your social media updates.

Social media is so fast-paced that you are likely to update at least 30-60 images every month.

For printed goods and for brand identity your logo absolutely needs to be right but for social media it’s more to do with creating stand-out content that looks “on brand” to you.

UNIQUENESS really matters.

And given how many billions of updates there are on social media every day that’s a challenge in itself.

Canva.com will do a great job of storing your logo for use on your images.

And a great site for creating a great logo is Placeit.net. It produces vector files for print quality and has a ton of options for fonts, creatives & colours for around $50.

So How Do You Go About Creating A Brand Mood Board For Your Business?

It’s a bit like baking a cake really.

You have to assemble all the ingredients together before you bake the masterpiece.

Some may need a team brainstorm session or some assistance from a graphic designer or if you are flying solo it’s a skill set that you can most definitely acquire along the way.

You will need:-

  • Your all important logo.
  • Your brand colours / colour palette. (3-5 is ideal)
  • Select a texture that compliments your brand colours.
  • Find 3 fonts (one might be a script font) that work well for headlines, sub headlines and text.
  • Your brand keywords that represent you and your brand, what you are about and how that is conveyed to your customers through your products, services and social media updates.

1. For Inspiration Look No Further Than A Quick Search On Pinterest

Simply head over to Pinterest and search ALL PINS for “brand mood board”.

You’ll find lots of beautifully made mood boards with colour palettes, fonts, textures and logos ready to inspire you.

Refine your search to your primary brand colours and use what you find as the perfect starting point for your own brand mood board.

I promise you now that by doing ALL the steps now, you will save yourself months & months of time later.

Once you have several colours with different tones & shades and one or two contrasting colours it’s time to make sure your logo is up to date and on-brand.

2. Your Logo.

Please do not spend 6 months deliberating over the perfect logo for your social media updates.

Social media is so fast-paced that you are likely to update at least 30-60 images every month.

For printed goods and for brand identity your logo absolutely needs to be right but for social media it’s more to do with creating stand-out content that looks “on brand” to you.

UNIQUENESS really matters.

And given how many billions of updates there are on social media every day that’s a challenge in itself.

Canva.com will do a great job of storing your logo for use on your images.

And a great site for creating a great logo is Placeit.net. It produces vector files for print quality and has a ton of options for fonts, creatives & colours for around $50.

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So How Do You Go About Creating A Brand Mood Board For Your Business?

It’s a bit like baking a cake really.

You have to assemble all the ingredients together before you bake the masterpiece.

Some may need a team brainstorm session or some assistance from a graphic designer or if you are flying solo it’s a skill set that you can most definitely acquire along the way.

You will need:-

  • Your all important logo.
  • Your brand colours / colour palette. (3-5 is ideal)
  • Select a texture that compliments your brand colours.
  • Find 3 fonts (one might be a script font) that work well for headlines, sub headlines and text.
  • Your brand keywords that represent you and your brand, what you are about and how that is conveyed to your customers through your products, services and social media updates.

1. For Inspiration Look No Further Than A Quick Search On Pinterest

Simply head over to Pinterest and search ALL PINS for “brand mood board”.

You’ll find lots of beautifully made mood boards with colour palettes, fonts, textures and logos ready to inspire you.

Refine your search to your primary brand colours and use what you find as the perfect starting point for your own brand mood board.

I promise you now that by doing ALL the steps now, you will save yourself months & months of time later.

Once you have several colours with different tones & shades and one or two contrasting colours it’s time to make sure your logo is up to date and on-brand.

2. Your Logo.

Please do not spend 6 months deliberating over the perfect logo for your social media updates.

Social media is so fast-paced that you are likely to update at least 30-60 images every month.

For printed goods and for brand identity your logo absolutely needs to be right but for social media it’s more to do with creating stand-out content that looks “on brand” to you.

UNIQUENESS really matters.

And given how many billions of updates there are on social media every day that’s a challenge in itself.

Canva.com will do a great job of storing your logo for use on your images.

And a great site for creating a great logo is Placeit.net. It produces vector files for print quality and has a ton of options for fonts, creatives & colours for around $50.

Pinky promise – It will be worth it! 

Heads up if you have any problems here’s our email address:  info@projectlifestyleclub.com

Or message me over on my Facebook page : Diane Cossie – Project Lifestyle Club

And I’ll be happy to help!

So How Do You Go About Creating A Brand Mood Board For Your Business?

It’s a bit like baking a cake really.

You have to assemble all the ingredients together before you bake the masterpiece.

Some may need a team brainstorm session or some assistance from a graphic designer or if you are flying solo it’s a skill set that you can most definitely acquire along the way.

You will need:-

  • Your all important logo.
  • Your brand colours / colour palette. (3-5 is ideal)
  • Select a texture that compliments your brand colours.
  • Find 3 fonts (one might be a script font) that work well for headlines, sub headlines and text.
  • Your brand keywords that represent you and your brand, what you are about and how that is conveyed to your customers through your products, services and social media updates.

1. For Inspiration Look No Further Than A Quick Search On Pinterest

Simply head over to Pinterest and search ALL PINS for “brand mood board”.

You’ll find lots of beautifully made mood boards with colour palettes, fonts, textures and logos ready to inspire you.

Refine your search to your primary brand colours and use what you find as the perfect starting point for your own brand mood board.

I promise you now that by doing ALL the steps now, you will save yourself months & months of time later.

Once you have several colours with different tones & shades and one or two contrasting colours it’s time to make sure your logo is up to date and on-brand.

2. Your Logo.

Please do not spend 6 months deliberating over the perfect logo for your social media updates.

Social media is so fast-paced that you are likely to update at least 30-60 images every month.

For printed goods and for brand identity your logo absolutely needs to be right but for social media it’s more to do with creating stand-out content that looks “on brand” to you.

UNIQUENESS really matters.

And given how many billions of updates there are on social media every day that’s a challenge in itself.

Canva.com will do a great job of storing your logo for use on your images.

And a great site for creating a great logo is Placeit.net. It produces vector files for print quality and has a ton of options for fonts, creatives & colours for around $50.

Until then be kind, stay positive & believe in yourself.

"Diane Cossie Project Lifestyle Club"