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Getting to know you is the first step in a branding and identity relationship, which includes our consultation and creative services in the following areas of planning, brand experience and design, brand management, brand intelligence and social media.
As mentioned previously, Day For Night would LOVE to sit down to have a chat with you, learn the gestalt of your brand’s culture and have a responsive discussion of where you’d like to take this; online, through print and other media.
The difference between ‘branding and identity’ and our other creative services is in the role your brand takes at the head of the discussion. We’d like to learn your beliefs and become fans of your company values and how to create alignment with your friends, your audience. Interactions that keep your brand relevant and authentic, and enrich your fans and your constituents.
To keep your brand relevant and authentic, networked and personalized through a close analysis and understanding of your vision and culture; your shared ideals, and brand’s architecture through sub-brands and so on. We love to listen.
And yes, we’d love to design for you, but if you’ve already got that covered, there’s still so much more left to discuss regarding your long-term goals. Your brand’s equity also informs your digital archival legacy, your online user experience, and your social media — all fitting into a bigger picture which we embrace as part of your overall creative strategy…
Some of our work and clientele in this area:
- Living.org : Brand strategy and identity design
- Contemporary Visual Arts (CVA)
- Talk About It! : Brand strategy and site development
- Andy Lakey Studios : Brand strategy
- Two Chefs / Bakkavor : Logo and identity development
- Bandwagon-Media : Brand strategy, logo and identity development
Other related areas:
Our Approach: Basically — Say “no” to turnkey.
- In the 1980s, having a business card meant you were “somebody”… back when printing cost more than about $30 for a personalized set, and not everyone (and their grandmother) had a logo outside their door.
- In the 1990s, having a business card was the measurement for normalcy, and having a web presence meant you had your head out of the sand, and that you were actually looking towards a future…
- In the 2000s, having a business card meant nearly nothing, and having a website meant you were basically now “average” (and not having one meant you were either some kind of mental defective, or possibly Amish)… and having a smartphone app meant you were probably an alien — and not to be trusted.
- In this age, having any (or hopefully all) of the above, means you are consciencious about preserving the integrity of your brand’s equity, and that you are decidedly smart enough to see that the market is flooded with competitors. All of whom are trying to make a statement about their relevance in the very same industry which you have fought tremendously hard to have credibility in, while assuring your clientele that you are sincere and not in it for the “short game.”
The Day For Night approach to web development is about focusing on your brand and individuality. There are loads of templates and designs out there. Forget about them, they will add your (soon-to-be-“former”) brand and identity to the list of insignificant postcard sites, also known as brochureware, housed on a mass server and reducing your significance to nil.