Branding is an important part of business. Keeping it fresh, current, up to date and relevant is just as important. A brand refresh not only acknowledges the evolution of the individual business, but also displays the nature and need of change itself.
If your brand isn’t getting the reaction that you strive for, it’s time to take a closer look at how your audience perceives your company. You may find that it’s time for a light refresh or even a complete redesign. Updating your brand can transform the way your target audience perceives you.
Why Refresh Your Branding?
- To update an older brand and make it appealing to a current audience.
It happens to the best brands - you turn around one day, and your logo, colors and everything else just feels outdated. Brands should reflect the times and trends in which we find them. If you look at your logo and related branding and think it looks out of date, it might be time for a refresh.
- Your business is preparing for growth.
If you are a business teetering on the edge of quick expansion, a brand refresh can help position your organization for growth. If you are aligning your company with a new partner, or offering more services, your brand should reflect these changes.
- To address current market conditions.
If your logo doesn’t seem to be resonating with the audience it needs to resonate with, that’s a strong indicator that it could be an appropriate time to update things with a fresh eye.
- When it feels disconnected from your offerings.
Is your product or mission different now from what it was when you first developed your logo and related branding? If so, it might be that your logo and brand image is inconsistent with who you are today. In that case, it’s time for a refresh.
A brand’s target audience is always changing, and the presence of other companies is forcing the need to consistently evolve. When Dion Marketing opened its doors for business in 2012, marketing was the main service we offered our clients which included marketing plan development, marketing consulting, media planning and marketing plan execution. We are now more versatile and experienced, with well-seasoned and qualified staff to expand our offerings. Because of this, we are also refreshing our brand through a new logo design by including the words advertising, PR and design to marketing. Dion’s new logo design will be incorporated into all future efforts once the new website is launched.
For our clients, we identify and execute the best possible rebranding approach, whether it’s a small refresh or a total redesign of your brand. From logo design to responsive web design, to social media voices and in-store theming components, we refresh our clients’ brands into cohesive and creative graphics and messaging.