Even great product packaging grows old after a while, and there are many other factors that contribute to the need for a redesign. Here are 9 signs that you should consider redesigning your product packaging.
Hiring a graphic designer for your marketing team is a necessity because they will enhance your marketing strategy with the unmatched power of visuals.
Your brand identity is your business’s personality that customers see and experience. Having a strong brand identity allows you to shape the impression your company leaves on customers. This includes visuals like your logo, typography, and color palette, but also things like your positioning and communication style and tone.
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The following list of signs that your company should rebrand itself are all major reasons to shake things up. If any of these items apply to your struggles, it’s very likely that it’s time to make moves.
Much of the information we’re presented with is visual, and, in today’s digital landscape, visuals are more prevalent and more impactful than ever. Visual aids create a beacon within the mind of a viewer, giving them an image to recall in the future when associating it with words, sounds, and other sensory information that may otherwise be more easily lost to the depths.
Influencer Marketing is both an old and new marketing tool, taking the idea of celebrity endorsements and placing it into a present-day content-based marketing campaign. The difference is that the results of the campaign are collaborations between the businesses and influencers. An Influencer doesn’t necessarily have to be a celebrity. An influencer can be a popular photographer on Instagram, a blogger who regularly tweets, or even a marketing executive on LinkedIn, as long as the person has a huge following on social media within your industry.
Your brand is more than a logo, more than your products, and more than your color theme. It is the soul of your company, including its goals, its mission, and its beliefs. In a more technical sense, your brand is the negotiation of interpretation between how you perceive your company and how your audience perceives it. Here is some advice to help you build a strong logo and presence to stand the test of time.
If you walk into a local grocery store in the United States, the likelihood that you’ll be met with a plethora of options is high. Unless you’re reaching for those tried, tested, and true products you’ve been using for years, looking at walls and walls of packages ranging in size, color, and texture can be overwhelming. On average, grocery stores carry roughly 40,000 products, which means you’ll need to up your packaging design game.
Owning an Ecommerce website requires you to give your customers a peace of mind. You need to give them your word, and the word of your previous customers. Customer testimonials may just be more important than the price and quality of your products, because the step before they click that “place order” order button, is trust. So, what do customer testimonials really do?