Branding Yourself as a Graphic Designer
- By: Wes McDowell
- Apr 8th, 2013
Of all the things that designers do, coming up with your own branding can be the toughest. More than just a logo, your branding is the personality of your business. It’s important if you want to attract the right types of clients, and to tell the world who you are as a designer or design studio.
In this episode, the gang talks about things to think about and steps to take when coming up with your personal branding. If you already have a brand, and are looking for a fresh start, we also cover how to best handle a seamless re-brand. So if you’re looking for some solid graphic designer branding tips, you won’t want to miss this episode!
Digging into the mailbag, we answer a listener question about whether or not to hand over native files to clients, as well as the possibility of jumping into a career as an art director right out of school.
- “How to Talk to a Graphic Designer: Bridging the Gap” (Overnightprints resource center article)
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