Images on your website are not only visually eye-catching but also helpful for establishing the site’s SEO. Quality photos are a must when building the site, and the good news is that they can constantly be tweaked.
When we first started out as a company, we did a lot of logo designs for small- to medium-size businesses. We love finding the right mix of visual elements, text, and fonts to represent a brand’s personality . We also know a thing or two about the dos and don’ts of logo colors, and we’ve jotted them down for you:
First impressions are crucial for your brand. When people visit your website, you just have a few seconds to get your message across, grab their attention and be remembered. With that in mind, every aspect of your logo and homepage should be geared towards catching viewers’ interest. Color is a powerful attention-getter and can evoke corresponding psychological responses in a potential consumer. It can be a very emotive transmitter for a branding message, so we recommend putting plenty of thought into selecting brand colors for your website, logo and other marketing materials.