MINI-MO Branding Package

Brand Identity Basics to Get Your Business Started Today

Research and Discovery

  • Review Your Answers to Our Questionnaire
    We’ll send you a comprehensive branding questionnaire to ask about your key objectives, brand personality preferences, competition, target customers, and much more.
  • 30-Minute Interview
    After reviewing your questionnaire responses, we’ll schedule a conversation to clarify the answers you provided and dive further into understanding the essence of the brand you envision.
  • Creative Brief
    Once we’ve reviewed your questionnaire and received clarification, we’ll create a document (your creative brief) summarizing our findings and outlining our intentions for beginning the verbal and visual brand identity elements.

Verbal Identity Elements (Writing)

  • Tagline/Slogan
    A tagline or slogan is a catchphrase or small group of words that are combined in a special way to identify a product or company. It’s a key brand message that is memorable to consumers. The challenge is creating a tagline that is creative, compelling, and succinct. We’ll develop a tagline that does all that.
  • Boilerplate Statement/About Description (1-2 paragraph statement)
    The boilerplate statement is a well-crafted description of your business that can be used in many different applications, including your website, brochures, press releases, social media pages, etc.
  • Unique Selling Proposition (USP)/Differentiation  (2-4 sentence statement)
    Your USP is a key component of any branding or marketing strategy and should not be overlooked. While it’s easy for consumers to see how you’re similar to your competition, your USP is intended to distinguish you by highlighting how your company serves their needs better.
  • Product & Service Descriptions (5 Max)
    Clear, informative descriptions of your products or services that speak to your target audience are necessary for business success. For each product or service, we’ll write a description that clearly defines the key features, explains the benefits, and provides other essential information your customers need to make an informed purchasing decision.

Visual Identity Elements (Design)

  • Full Color Palette
    We will work with you, based on your creative brief, to select appropriate colors that reflect your brand’s personality and tone. Primary colors that will be used in your logo and secondary or support colors will be established and defined.

    • Your full color palette will include two – five primary and secondary colors, with additional familial hues, defined in RGB, HEX, and CMYK color values.
  • Font Styles
    Font styles will also be chosen that reflect your brand’s essence. We will work with you to select font styles and recommend several fonts to be used to develop your logo and on marketing materials.

    • Costs for any commercial font licenses selected will be quoted and billed separately.
  • Logo Design
    Your logo is an important element of your brand. Although its purpose is not to communicate what your business does, it is still the anchor of your visual identity. Read our blog post about effective logo design to learn more about a logo’s purpose.

    • Two to three initial concept mock-ups (sketches)
    • Up to four rounds of revisions to one concept of your choice
    • Final logo design in jpg, eps, and png file formats
    • Final logo design in print (CMYK, 300dpi) and web (RGB, 72dpi) versions

Marketing Materials

  • Business Card Design
    Despite the nature of your business and how much you’ll use the internet to market your products or services, you’ll always need business cards for project pitches, networking events, and chance meetings. Maybe you’re starting your business one step at a time and don’t have a website yet. Either way, your business card is essential.

    • One initial design
    • Up to four rounds of revisions
    • Final design provided in print-ready PDF file

Brand Guide

To create your brand guide, we’ll update your creative brief to include all verbal and visual brand identity elements, along with your business card design and create an all-inclusive PDF document. Your brand guide will serve as the foundation for all future branding and marketing strategy and initiatives – or the jump-off point for continuing to develop a more comprehensive brand identity.

Let Us Know You’re Interested or Ready to Get Started!

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