As I mentioned in the last post, we’re going to be building our sample Brand Book on the Rubber Duckie Brand. The reasons for choosing this brand over any other are varied, but include being a “duck,” not having vigilant brand guardians searching the web for every unauthorized mention, and being both iconic and well-known. … Read More.
At Paradux Media Group, we believe businesses should be able to maintain and edit their own websites – without designer intervention at every turn. When it came time for Tablerock Sports Network to upgrade their existing website it was with this intention that we started the web design for their new site.
Tablerocks Sports also needed … Read More.
A bit of a rant today — I’ve seen several situations recently where an individual has overcome some pretty impressive life challenges, pulled themselves up against the odds, conceived of, and opened a business that is operating that business in the black in this economy. Any of those alone would be a significant accomplishment, but … Read More.
Finding your unique niche in the market is both critical and necessary for your brand’s success in the marketplace. One very good method for identifying holes needing to be filled in your marketplace is a perceptual map. This can be particularly useful if your brand is not yet established, yet you know roughly what you … Read More.
Logo. Your brand needs one. It represents your company, it communicates the subtext of your brand in one nice, neat, package. Ada Stoy defines a logo by saying ,”A logo is not just a piece of graphics – it is something that echoes a business’s brand through the use of symbols, fonts, images, colors, and … Read More.