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Feeling bored with your brand lately?

Happens to the best of us, honey. But there are actually some fun and simple ways to take your brand from whomp whomp (insert sad face) to wowza.

One of the number one things businesses and organizations feel they’re missing in their online presence is variety, but they don’t know how to get it without sacrificing cohesiveness. JUST having a logo can only work for so long. It can hold you over for the first few years or so but after a while, things start to feel boring and stagnant. And when the look and feel of your brand is feeling a little, blah, it’s not very motivating or inspiring to you or your team. So when you feel your visuals are a little lackluster, enter: graphic elements

What are graphic elements you ask? They are components of a brand identity that help visually differentiate a business or organization.

We thought it would be helpful to showcase a few of Honey’s new graphic elements for an example of how leveling up your patterns, illustrations, frames, textures, and shapes can give your brand a much-needed boost.

So without further ado let’s hive dive into the 5 types of graphic elements so you can see how sweet they can bee!

Patterns & Prints

Repeatable or non-repeatable designs.

Textures & Treatments

Image overlays or editing preferences

Lines & Shapes

Geometric or organic shapes

Icons & Illustrations

Stylistic imagery that conveys an idea quickly.

Frames & Borders

Unique ways to frame content or images

Now, you don’t have to incorporate all five but adding at least one of the above to your repertoire can really help revamp your visuals. 

Adding a little oomph to your online presence is totally possible with the list above but sometimes you need a trusted designer on your side. Honey Creative, our creative marketing agency, is here to help! Contact us today to learn more.

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