Branding Your Creative Business: Launching Your Brand
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Intro to course3:45
Selling on third party sites12:58
Selling in 'real' shops7:54
Selling at craft markets3:59
About This Class
Following on from Parts 1 and 2 of this series of classes, this class will guide you through the initial steps you need to take to launch your brand from photography to packaging and business cards to websites.
Part 1 of Branding Your Creative Business helped us define exactly what our brands were all about, our target market and how to position ourselves within your own industries. In Part 2 we used all that knowledge and info to move forward and design our company logos.
In Part 3 - Launching your brand we will start off at looking at some of the key things you'll need to get your business started - product photography, personal websites, stationery etc before we then talk about places to potential sell your products and / or services.
Following on from this class is Part 4 - Social Media for your Business where we will then look at how to promote your brand across social media and other forms of publicity.
This class is aimed at people running creative businesses - such as photographers, craft makers, pattern designers, bakers - people who are talented in their field but feel overwhelmed by branding and how to get started with their businesses.
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Super helpful class! Had information and vocabulary regarding selling with shops in here I've been trying to figure out for ages, so I really appreciated that. Lots of great advice and tips overall. Thank you!
Faye is a graphic designer with over 15 years experience in motion graphics, branding and illustration. During her Graphic Design degree course she won a DandAD yellow pencil for a corporate identity brief.
Faye has designed and art directed for interactive TV, DVD menus, title sequences for film and TV and commercials. Clients include the BBC, ITV, Discovery Channel, SyFy Channel and Aviva. Many of her projects required elements of branding and strong typography. Faye has designed logos from singers to visual effects companies to salad producers.
Following the success of her first Skillshare class - The Art of Typography, she has since created a range of classes sharing her knowledge, experience and passion in subjects on branding, creativity and business.
If you’d like a dose of inspiration and to join a group of fellow creatives come along and join Faye’s Skillshare Tribe new Facebook group here.