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Title:
Identity solutions : how to create effective brands with letterheads, logos and business cards
Author:
Cullen, Cheryl Dangel.
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Edition:
First edition.
Publication Information:
Cincinnati, OH : How Design Books, [2003]

©2003
Physical Description:
144 pages : color illustrations ; 29 cm
General Note:
Includes indexes.
Language:
English
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ISBN:
9781581804072
Format :
Book

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Central Library HD69.B7 C85 2003 Adult Non-Fiction Popular Materials-Small Business
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Summary

Make that first impression count!

Identity projects are critical to your success as a graphic designer. Get it right and you've just helped boost a client's business. Get it wrong and they might not be around long enough to become a repeat customer. So how do you guarantee your work is always memorable?

With Identity Solutions , the inspiration for your next branding project is just a page turn away. You'll get a behind-the-scenes look at the best new letterhead, logo and business card designs from the industry's top professionals.

These stunning visuals are paired with clear explanations of the problem-solving strategies that made them successful - practical solutions that will boost the quality of every piece you create, including your own self-promotion.
Take your work to the next level with Identity Solutions !


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Booklist Review

There's only one opportunity to make a first impression--and when business materials and messages represent a company, identity is it. Identity systems containing corporate images and ads can be a company's lifeblood whether thriving or on the ropes, so every organization wants its own Nike swoosh for maximum consumer recognition, but how to develop it? Cullen and Schell have produced a valuable design resource in which page after page of full-color identity designs, complete with illustrative tips, help promote creative insights and reinforce the basics. Sections on innovative risk and self-promotion showcase daring yet budget-conscious solutions to design problems; for example, the cost savings accrued by using colored paper rather than full-color process help pay for die-cut detailing or gold foil. This user-friendly volume should draw many readers seeking inspiration as well as nuts-and-bolts know-how. --Whitney Scott Copyright 2003 Booklist


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