When you walk into The Circuit, it's hard not to feel inspired. With sleek modern furniture and workspaces decorating the hardwood floor of this former gymnasium, the interior has a very unique atmosphere that exudes focus and a spirit of accomplishment. The room still features the traditional markings of a basketball court and even the old scoreboard from when games were a regular occurrence. However, in this building's friendly confines there is no scorekeeping and there are certainly no losing teams. Serving as both a co-working space and the student center for Chattahoochee Technical College, The Circuit has become a...
When it comes to building brand recognition and increasing your company's exposure to the general public, strategic merchandising is one of the most effective strategies you can employ. Businesses have to work harder than ever to grab the attention of an ever-fickle consumer base. For example, coffee consumption continues to rise in the United States, particularly the rate in which people are choosing to save money by brewing their coffee at home. As a result, it is important to make an impression that will keep your brand on the mind of both loyal and new customers alike. If you think about...
It is a brand new year! The dawn of 2018 is upon us, it is a time of new beginnings. With that in mind, we here are Your Brand Cafe want to give our customers and clients new options that revamp or revitalize our classic products to coincide with new trends and allow for a “fresh start” for iconic cafe accessories. The subject of this article will be none other than our sleeves, which have gotten a lot more than just a makeover, and are now known as Dimpled Sleeves!
In previous installments of our Graphic Design themed blogs, we’ve discussed vectors and how they’re essential to logo building. We’ve also discussed color and typography and how the choices we make there can set the tone or message of your logo. This time, we’ll be pulling all of these together, and look at logo creation from the concept to the mark itself.