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Quick Guide: Logo File Formats

Logo file formats can be super confusing. Here's an easy-to-understand guide summarizing what each file is and how to use to it.

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2017 Blog Planner

40 Page Blogging Planner File format: PDF Page size: 8.5 x 11 -------Pages…

Guide to using pinterest to promote and improve your blog.

à partir de Saffron Avenue

Tips + Tools :: Understanding File Types

Understanding File Formats

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Make your own brand board

Having a brand board for your blog + biz will make everyday design decisions like easy because you have all in one place. Learn what to include in your brand board and start creating one. Using the free Photoshop template I made for you, it is easy |

à partir de by Regina [for infopreneurs + independents]

How to Create a Style Guide for Your Blog or Brand

A free template and a complete guide to Creating a Style Guide for Your Blog or Brand. Who doesn't love a free download to help bring consistency to your #blog or #brand through a style guide?

à partir de Wonder Forest

How To Start a Lifestyle Blog - Complete Beginner's Guide

How To Start a Lifestyle Blog - Complete Beginner's Guide | Wonder Forest: Design Your Life.

à partir de Elle & Co.

10 Practical Steps for a Streamlined Brand

10 Practical Steps for a Streamlined Brand - Elle & Company

à partir de Night Owl Studio

5 things that make a logo professional

A logo is such an important part of your brand and that is why it is important to invest the time and money into developing a professional looking logo. It can be daunting at first to work with a designer but if you understand what your logo needs in order to be professional you can prepare yourself and your business better.

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How to Make a Perfect Colour Palette in Adobe Colour

If you would love to create colour palettes but don't feel confident with colour theory, this free tool from Adobe is fun and easy to use. You can create a palette based on your favourite colour or from a beautiful photograph. Video tutorial walks you through.