Let me introduce the vision and colours for Imaginista.
Working with like-minded creatives can be a mixed bag of emotion for me; on the one hand it’s so exciting to know my design will inject more brand power into what they’re doing and yet on the other hand, I can’t help but put immense pressure on myself to get it right! Well, they’re creatives too! 🙂
Melanie is a fantastic lady with oodles of passion for what she does and a host of marketing experience she’s gathered over the years, she’s been a complete joy to work with and as a result, her branding journey has been so much fun. Melanie’s business has established itself a bit more over the last year and her customer base has not only started to grow but she’s started to attract the type of work she really loves the most, so now felt the right time to give her business an identity that does her expertise justice.
With a strong-minded, honest work ethic there’s no doubt that Melanie’s straight talking know-how gets results so whilst her gentle manner begged for visual tactility and warmth, there’s serious strength in what Imaginista can do for your business so finding the perfect balance between the two was the challenge.
After we’d discussed the brief it was clear Imaginista was an Autumnal business with a hint of Spring, so I set to work on the vision board and colours before moving onto the design. (Find out more about Autumn and Spring colour seasons and what they mean.)
Here are some shots of the vision board I created to set out the creative direction:
With the new brand design well underway, I’ll be posting the designs later in the week where you’ll be able to vote for your favourite!
Don’t forget I’m still working hard at building up my portfolio here at Making Waves so if you’re looking to brand or rebrand your business then I’m offering preferential portfolio-building rates at the moment!