Creating Brand Identity Systems

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Creating Brand Identity Systems

  • 4.8 (156 Reviews)
 
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Course Syllabus

Chapter 1

Getting Started

Chapter 2

Branding Foundation

  • 5. Beginning Work: Brief (02:50)
  • 6. Research (08:55)
  • 7. The Interview (05:34)
  • 8: Brand Mission and Values (05:02)
  • 9: Creative Strategy and Plan (03:42)
  • Quiz
Chapter 3

Brand Identity System

  • 10. Logo: Symbols and Wordmarks (16:49)
  • 11. Brand Imagery: Photography, Illustration and Rendering (06:53)
  • 12. Color (09:21)
  • 13. Typography (05:54)
  • 14. Pattern (03:43)
  • 15. Brand Voice (02:17)
  • 16. Product Branding (05:09)
  • 17. Branding Motion (03:36)
  • Quiz
Chapter 4

Brand Communication

  • 18. Compositions (04:18)
  • 19. Presentations (01:27)
  • 20. Style Guide (05:00)
  • Quiz
Chapter 5

Summary

  • Summary
  • Final Quiz

Course Description

  • play 21 Videos
  • time 1.7 Hours

This branding course will help you understand how an integrated process can inform your design work and lead to better branding programs for your clients. You'll learn how to understand the spirit of a brand and how to create design programs that instill this feeling into all consumer touch-points as a brand identity system. Brand image-making usually starts with a symbol or logotype that represents the brand but extends to typography, color, photography, pattern, verbal communication and all consumer touchpoints of the brand. Over this course you'll understand how to use these elements together to have all aspects of the brand working in unison to create the most impact. This course covers an overview of branding, touching on the key components in a larger program to illustrate what you can achieve in your branding projects.

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  • 4.8
  • creative

Thanks so much, sir and Fiverr Team give us more helpful course very helpful and more informative

  • williamw1987

Overall I enjoyed the course. I felt it was a bit rushed but still packed with good content and well organized for quick consumption.

  • fasih_ur_rehman

Recommended for beginners.

  • Georgina

THAT'S AWESOME!!!

  • mohamedhalabi

Thank you very much

  • brand_factory

Amazing course.

  • anand3441

great course, I learned a lot about Brand Identity Systems. thanks a lot

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  • sarahdesigns671

Loved the course, very informative and productive. Thanks Brian for such wonderful work.

  • Priya

It was a great guide experience for a brand designer. Thank you, Fiver.

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It’s a very important course I learned a lot about branding. Thank you

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