I can't tell you how many times over the last 20+ years I've gotten calls from someone that hired a freelance designer who, for one reason or another, did not fulfill their professional obligation and left the client in a pickle. This is such a tough call to take.
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If you have not taken a critical look at your company’s logo in a while, now might be as good a time as any. Your business and brand has probably evolved over the years - Here are some points to consider...
A good first step in selecting colors for your brand is gaining an understanding of the powerful associations that different colors can conjure. Here are some of the most common color associations.
Your logo’s chief function is to identify your company or brand. Whether it is new or an update, a successful logo should be readily recognizable and reflect your corporate identity–the main characteristics you wish to convey about your company.
Happy National Dog Day! This day has 2 goals: to honor dogs, and to rescue dogs from homelessness and abuse. It's an opportunity for us to recognize and appreciate the value and importance of dogs in our lives. Give some extra love and attention to your pooches today!
Project Spotlight: Hot off the computer! This event banner we dreamed up for Montrose Travel Corporate Services is a tall cool one (about 6.7 feet, if you wanted to know).
If you have something to say and can say it well, email marketing can be the ideal channel for staying connected with clients. If you want email marketing to pay off, then honesty, consistency, quality, and succinctness are essential.
Here at Ruff Haus Designs we are passionate about color management. We live in a world full of color and we are faced daily with the challenges of maintaining color consistency for the brands we manage.
At Ruff Haus Design we love working with pet oriented businesses, so we were very excited when we were hired to develop the brand identity and collateral for a new pet-centric service - Because You Love Them! (or BYLT!).
Ruff Haus Design recently finished the Capabilities Brochure for Montrose Travel Corporate Services (MTCS). We had a little fun playing with a Soft Touch coating (it feels like velvet to the touch) and embossed elements on the covers.
Do you like the idea of QR Codes but find them a bit "clunky" and challenging to incorporate into your brand look? Microsoft came up with a more aesthetically pleasing bar code that is poised to quickly replace today's QR Code.