distinct presence = consistent influence
Design doesn’t just make things look pretty; effective design should entice & persuade.
The more times a company’s logo registers in your brain, the stronger relationship and association you have to purchase that brand. Can you really afford to have a weak connection point with your clients?
How we Work
Basic Client Intake Form
This form will help us see if we are a compatible, client / designer match.
Booking and Briefing
Once we have established that my skillset will be able to meet your needs, and you have accepted the quote we will meet and discuss an in-depth brief as well as our expectations.
This is a PDF where I outline step by step what happens in the entire project process. This will make sure the client knows what to submit when.
No work will commence until all material is received and the deposit has been paid. All deposits are non-refundable, even if the client chooses not to use the deliverables.
Initial presentation & Revisions
First the initial concept(s) and/or options will be presented to the client, then revision will be made according to the provision of the quote.
Final products are delivered upon receipt of final payment. All work remain the property of Roaring Strawberry until it has been paid in full. Unused concepts that were presented during initial phases, remain the property of Roaring Strawberry.
Some Interesting Branding Stats
Logos, Business Card Design, Letterhead Design, Company Folder, Email Signature Concept, Brochure Z-fold.
Flyer A5 – Single Sided, Flyer A5 – Double Sided, Catalog Design, Powerpoint Presentation, Publication & Media Advertising, Poster Design, Signage Design (No Printing), Full Vehicle Branding, Company Profile, Social Branding.
Personal Blog, Personal Blog Plus, Basic Website, Business Website, Ecommerce Website, Pro Website.
For an idea of what design services cost please look at our price list.
SMME's & BRANDING
Why do small firms need a brand?
It’s about applying your values to everything you do, clearly and consistently.
Perhaps the first thing to do is to tackle the wording. If you were to replace the word “branding” with “reputation” I might get your attention. You care about your reputation, right?
Not a giant company with a huge budget?
Not sure it is important for you to brand yet?
Absolutely. Your brand matters, you bet—no matter how big or small. No matter whether you’re wearing pinstripes in a corner office or fluffy rabbit slippers in the back bedroom. If you have a small business and an online presence, you’re on the global map (whether you like it or not!).
Have a good name and logo
Recognition starts with the name of your business.
The name will appear on your business cards, letterhead, website, social networks, promotional materials, products, and pretty much everywhere in print and online to identify your company or your company’s products and/or services. It’s not enough to have a recognizable name. People commonly associate brands with the brand’s logo. A good logo builds trust and a strong logo will help to pull your brand together.
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Portion 18 Farm Rietvlei,
Rayton (East of Pretoria)