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Repetition is key. Research has proven this.
Research has also suggested consumers must encounter your brand seven to twelve times before they’re ready to purchase.
So put yourself in front of your target audience over & over again. Repetition is key!
Photo courtesy of: www.marthastewart.com
I have been so busy this month with loads of stationery designs and my own personal branding of Paper Cut Industries. I am almost done with the complete makeover of my current site. I have had the luck of finding an amazing website designer who is both talented and super fun. I couldn’t ask for more! G. Torres is the brainpower behind Indie Design Studio and Earthy Beginnings. Not only that, she is a mother. This woman can handle it all! Hopefully we will be done with the website soon and it will go live for all to see. For now, here is a teaser for what is to come.
Last month I donated some goodies for a Vintage Halloween Bash thrown by The Stylish Soiree. I placed my business card in every package and I ran out! So a new order was in place. My new business cards match my website completely. I have been working hard on my branding and now, a brand is born!
What do you think?
I have had the pleasure of working on some custom business cards for an old friend, Brennan Phillips. Brennan is a photographer who specializes in weddings/events, portraits, prints and retouching. She leans towards more non-traditional styles and is currently the Lowcountry Highrollers Team Photographer in Charleston, South Carolina. She wanted her cards to be colorful; bright and colorful with lots of swirls and curves. We went with a brown background color on the front to relate to the warm color palette of the photo on the back of the card.
For the back of the card she wanted to use a self-portrait photo that said HELLO. How cute is that? This photo adds such a personal touch and introduction.
Ivan Molina is the mastermind behind the name DJ Atropine. He wanted to create a new business card to advertise his music mixing services. Ivan loves to mix electro, hip-hop and techno but is available for all event requests. He wanted his cards to connect to the music he loves to mix.
The heart also helped capture Ivan’s personality perfectly. The colors were all bold and neon and we chose a glossy stock to really capture the colors. I gave Ivan 3 options and since he couldn’t decide between these 2–we just printed both.
So tell me what you think! Then, do you need some personal calling cards or business cards?