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Essential Elements for Brand Identity: 100 Principles for Designing Logos and Building Brands

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Overview

Design terms are often used inconsistently - or just as bad, interchangeably. This leads to confusion for designers as well as clients. New in paperback, Essential Elements for Brand Identity lays a foundation for brand building, defining the tools and building blocks, and illustrating the construction of strong brands through examples of world-class design. It is a one-stop reference for connecting visual design elements for logos to branding concepts, and demonstrates core identity design principles through clear organization and a variety of sources and examples.

Through a cohesive structure that explores broader concepts in relation to graphic identities, identity programs, and brand identities, Essential Elements for Brand Identity links formal design concerns with business issues. Design students and seasoned brand managers alike will appreciate the pragmatic relevance of its content and be inspired by the representative body of work collected and presented throughout the book.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781592537938
  • Publisher: Rockport Publishers
  • Publication date: 4/1/2013
  • Series: Design Essentials Series
  • Pages: 208
  • Sales rank: 812,476
  • Product dimensions: 8.50 (w) x 9.90 (h) x 0.60 (d)

Meet the Author

Curt Wozniak is a copywriter with People Design, a 25-person firm based in Grand Rapids, MI that helps leaders transform their businesses through Brand Experience Design. http://www.peopledesign.com

Since 1997, Peopledesign has been helping clients discover the needs of their customers, working with leaders inside small and large organizations to translate their value propositions into brand experiences designed to meet those customer needs. In Brand Identity Essentials, the firm's founders, Yang Kim and Kevin Budelmann, and senior editor Curt Wozniak, break down the essential elements that go into building strong, future-proof brand identities.Since 1997, Peopledesign has been helping clients discover the needs of their customers, working with leaders inside small and large organizations to translate their value propositions into brand experiences designed to meet those customer needs. In Brand Identity Essentials, the firm's founders, Yang Kim and Kevin Budelmann, and senior editor Curt Wozniak, break down the essential elements that go into building strong, future-proof brand identities.

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