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Branding Brief

Graphic design is the platform for communicating with your customer base. At Dsquared Media, we pride ourselves on creating original, appealing logos that reach your target audience and build brand identity.

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    • Which design do you like?

      Let's start by helping your designers understand which styles you prefer. Select two logos

      Word Mark Word Mark

      Word Mark

      Text/typography-only logo design that may be styled with unique fonts or color schemes.

      Examples: Google, Coca-Cola

      Pictorial Mark Pictorial Mark

      Pictorial Mark

      Two-dimensional symbol or icon that represents brand message and character.

      Examples: Apple, Jaguar

      Abstract Mark Abstract Mark

      Abstract Mark

      Ambiguous, non-representational shapes and colors that simplify the complexity of a brand's message.

      Examples: Pepsi, Nike

      Letter Mark Letter Mark

      Letter Mark

      Incorporates one or more letters, often those comprising an acronym, to form a distinct iconic brand symbol.

      Examples: HBO, IBM

      Emblem Emblem

      Emblem

      Comprehensive marriage of distinct graphic and typographic elements into a singular brand identity.

      Examples: Starbucks, Harley-Davidson

      Emblem Emblem

      Character Mark

      An illustrated, sometimes simplified or symbolic, character that represents your brand.

      Examples: Kentucky Fried Chicken, Kool-Aid

      Choose Logo type you would like to explored

      Sans Serif Sans Serif

      Sans Serif

      Serif Serif

      Serif

      Script Script

      Script

      Black Letter Black Letter

      Black Letter

      Mono Mono

      Mono

      Decorative Decorative

      Decorative

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    • Your Brand Style

      Based on the designs you picked, here are the styles you'd like the designers to explore.

      Feminine

      Masculine

      Young

      Mature

      Luxury

      Economical

      Modern

      Classic

      Playful

      Serious

      Loud

      Quiet

      Simple

      Complex

      Subtle

      Obvious

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    • Colors to explore

      Pick up to three colors you'd like your designers to explore.

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    • Basic Information

      Please be as detailed as possible.





      Eg. Dsquared Media


      Leave blank if you don't want one incorporate


      Eg. Building custom homes for high-income residents of the South Florida area


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