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Do you ever feel like your brand is just a little, well, flat? Patterns and textures are the surfaces of your brand. They provide a base upon which you can pull together your brand elements, as well as a literal background for websites, stationery, and photography. Defining the textures and patterns of a brand is incredibly important, but in my experience, it’s also the most forgotten element of a brand identity. And that’s what we’ll be talking about today, “What’s a Brand Texture and How to Use Them.”
If you don’t know what a Brand Pattern is check out my video on Brand Patterns and the Power of Consistency.
What’s a Brand Texture?
- The texture is the surface quality or feeling of an object. The way your skin rubs against the rough fabric of your wool blanket, the warm sensation of the soapy bubbles covering your skin in the bath, or the gentle touch of your hair falling down your shoulders — these are all sensations and experiences created solely by the qualities of the texture.
- The texture is a powerful technique for creating compelling and lifelike design projects
How to Use Them
- People like to use textures on web pages. The reason for design must not be just because it “looks beautiful”, but should be based on satisfying a certain function, and most of the purpose of using a texture is to enhance the level and vision of the web page. depth.
- Choose a texture that has some internal connection with your entire design. For many of my clients, we use their logo as inspiration
- Include it in your brand style guide
- Use it on your social media posts, emails, and business cards
If you need help establishing your brand texture, book a complimentary brand strategy session with me at www.uniquebrandsthatconvert.com and we can get started on your complete brand design.
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Wishing you much success and good juju.