Brand colors are important. They do more than just sit on a website or flier, they communicate much more to your audience. It’s brand colors that communicate an emotional feel. They can also communicate characteristics. For instance, if you want to be minimalistic, reserved or toned back, you can choose neutral or flat colors. These could look very elegant to some people but to others may look kind of boring or muted. Some people may want to see bright, flashing, bold colors but then again it might be too much for others. It kind of depends on who you’re aiming to connect with.
Fonts and typography, just like colors can communicate a lot about your brand. There are many different types of fonts, some are sophisticated and elegant, while others are bold or playful. Choosing fonts that clearly represent who you are, what you’re about, and the purpose you serve is important. You want to select your salt and collect your fonts with intent. You really want to establish your reason for choosing those particular fonts.
Your brand voice is how you’re going to communicate the style that you portray of yourself when it comes to messaging. When people are reading your content or they’re listening to you on video, how do you communicate?
How to Leverage Your Personal Brand to Move Up, Make More & Thrive with Professional Speaker, Kenny Harper presenting to the American Marketing Association in Lincoln Nebraska.
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