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Brand Boards / Style Tiles VOL 1

Brand Boards // Style Tiles for Your Logo/Brand - VOL 1


This collection is ideal for bloggers, graphic designers, photographers, interior designers, wedding planners, typographers and anyone who wants to share or maintain a brand online. Present your new logo design in style or use as a reference to keep your design consistent!

You only have to drop in your content and save it. A professional presentation is just a few clicks away.

Inside you’ll find 10 easy to edit, fully customisable Brand Board / Style Tile templates, created in both Photoshop & Illustrator and optimised for use in Blog Posts, Pinterest or you can print them out for face-to-face meetings too!

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BONUS

Each template is included in two versions:

  • Blank: For those who want a clean slate to start with and have a clear idea of their new brand.
  • Complete: These include the logos, logo variations and color palettes shown in the previews above, to give your project a boost! (No images included unfortunately due to licensing restrictions, but have fun collecting your own)

Why Use Brand Boards/Style Tiles?

Brand Boards (or Style Tiles) collect all of the visual elements of a client’s brand into one place. They are an important stage as they can convey a brand’s values and personality quickly and easily. It’s helpful to refer back to the brand board to ensure that any new graphics you’ve created, for yourself or your clients, follow the choices made with regards to colors, fonts, graphics and the overall feel of the brand on the board.

They are also extremely handy when a client returns after a while or you go back to an earlier project, as you can instantly get back into the groove of the brand through the board. When you’re not available or you have to refer to another designer, these brand boards will allow them to carry on with the established design and keep the project on track, so the visuals look good without ruining all that hard-work you did at the start of the project!

How are Brand Boards different to Style Guides?

Style Guides (or Brand Guidelines) are instructions on how to use your brand. Issues such as spacing around a logo, placement of the logo in a layout and other specific design choices are covered… but Brand Boards are not this complex, and simply provide a guide to your brand elements, not instructions on where and how to use them.

Features:

  • Organised & Annotated Layers
  • Easy to Customise, simply Drag & Drop
  • Designed for Pinterest, Blog Posts or Print - 1200 x 2400 px
  • Aligned to a Grid
  • Free Fonts
  • PDF ‘Quick Edit’ Guide featuring tips on completing your boards

Optional Free Fonts used:

I would highly recommend you download and install these fonts, especially if you want to use the included logos in the ‘Complete’ versions of the templates.

What’s included:

  • 10 fully-editable Photoshop & Illustrator templates
  • ‘Blank’ & ‘Complete’ versions for each template
  • 10 FREE logo designs and color palettes
  • 40 files in total
  • CS2+ Photoshop Files (PSD)
  • CS2+ Illustrator Files (AI)
  • PDF Quick Edit Guide for Photoshop & Illustrator
  • PDF Quick Reference to find the perfect template quickly

Please Note: A basic knowledge of Adobe Photoshop or Illustrator is recommended, although a Quick Edit Guide PDF is included. All graphics are fully editable and can be used multiple times with different images and colour combinations.


All images used in these previews are for display purposes only and not included in the download. Please replace them with your own designs, photography or stock images. Image copyright is retained by their respective owners.

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