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20 Best Free Event and Party Flyer Templates (Design Ideas for 2021)

20 Best Free Event and Party Flyer Templates (Design Ideas for 2021)

Designing a flyer for an event or a party? Jump start your next festive design project with a professionally designed template! Whether you’re looking for a foundation to help you start or a finalized party flyer design, check out this list of stylish event flyer templates.

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Create a fun, memorable event flyer with a professionally designed template.

Working with a template can be handy for so many reasons. First, and most obviously, you can save yourself time if you find just the right design. Having some versatile party flyer templates in your arsenal can prove to be super handy for a whole host of design situations. A great template can work for more than one flyer. 

Get a head start on your next flyer design project with an event flyer design template. There are so many awesome flyer templates out there, perfect for so many different events and occasions.

In this article, we’ll look at some awesome free event flyers that you can download and use to your heart’s content. Before we dig in, let’s look at some premium options for inspiration and your consideration.

Why Use a Premium Flyer Template? 

We’re all trying to do things on a budget—I get it. Free is a perfect price, especially if we find exactly what our project needs at that perfect price tag. But that’s often way easier said than done. A free event flyer can mean time-consuming searches, as well as added edits and customizations to make things work just right.

Don’t worry, though. We’re going to look at some awesome freebies. I encourage you to think about the pros and cons that come with free vs. premium content. 

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There are hundreds of event flyer templates available on Envato Elements right now.

When you turn to premium content, it often means faster searches—find what you need in a snap. Filter your results by a host of different factors, like software. Premium content also tends to have more options, in general. And you’ll have high-resolution files, ready to go. There are so many party flyer designs to check out, for example.

If this sounds like your jam, check out Envato Elements. It’s an awesome resource with thousands and thousands of assets—event flyers and party flyers, but also graphics, audio, video, and much more. 

With Envato Elements, you’re looking at this giant collection of assets for one fee—unlimited downloads, all for that one flat fee. That means you could try out as many event flyer templates as you want. Mix them, match them, it’s all included.

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No matter what type of party or event, Envato Elements has so much to choose from, like this fun and funky template right here

It’s as simple as finding the content you’d like to try out, downloading it, and then opening it up in the applicable software. Whether Adobe Photoshop, InDesign, Illustrator, or Microsoft Word is your preferred application, there’s content on Envato Elements.

Search, download, and experiment to your heart’s content.

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Does your party or event have a theme? There are plenty of different premium flyer templates to check out on Envato Elements, like this party flyer, and searching is a snap. 

5+ Best Premium Party and Event Flyer Templates From Envato Elements

So let’s peek at some of the fun party and event flyer designs over on Envato Elements. Consider picking one up, or sit back and enjoy some design inspiration from these sample event flyers:

1. Dance & Event Flyer (PSD)

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Use this awesome flyer template to promote your next party. It’s perfect for a dance party thanks to its colors and attractive design, but you can easily customize it for any other event. See some of its cool features: 

  • A4 size with bleed
  • layered PSD file
  • scalable
  • easy to customize
  • all text editable 

2. Marathon Event Flyer (AI, PSD)

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Designing for a marathon or an event that involves exercise, dancing, or another physical activity? Check out this flyer. It’s 100% vector, meaning you can scale it without worrying about loss of quality. This one works with both Adobe Illustrator and Adobe Photoshop too.

3. New Year Flyer (AI, PSD)

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Check out this versatile template. While it comes with New Year text by default, this could work for a wide variety of projects. From names to holidays, the text here’s clean, well laid out, and easy to customize for your next project.

4. Summer Event Flyer (AI, PSD)

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Looking for some summer fun? This fun and colorful flyer could be a great fit for so many summer festivities. Remember, you can easily customize this content too. Prefer a different graphical focal point? Swap it out in Adobe Photoshop or Adobe Illustrator.

5. Fall Festival Flyer (AI, PSD)

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Fall is such an awesome time of year. This template makes the most out of warm, welcoming fall colors. That said, this versatile template doesn’t have to be stuck in the fall. Change colors, move assets, and easily make this one your own. 

6. BBQ Party Flyer (PSD)

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This flyer is simple, clean, and a lot of fun. The stylized graphics and bold text make the statement here clear—it’s time to eat. But imagine this one with a different graphical focal point. This could work for a whole host of events, whether they’re about good eats or not.

5 Best Event and Party Flyer Templates From GraphicRiver

But let’s say you’re not into one subscription for a big collection of assets. Maybe you prefer your assets a la carte, a one-time purchase only. In that case, check out GraphicRiver. Here, you can selectively buy and download only the event and party flyers that you need. It’s that easy.

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Check out all the event flyer templates on GraphicRiver. A one-time fee, so many flyers to choose from.

The benefit here is that you get exactly what you want—no subscription, no fuss. It’s a one-time transaction. So all you need to do is check out, download, and you’re ready to go. Simple, right?

Before we jump into some free event flyer offerings, let’s look at some of the awesome offerings over on GraphicRiver:

1. Artist Concert Event Flyer (PSD)

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Looking to promote an artist or musician? Check out this beautiful flyer template. Open it up in Adobe Photoshop and easily make your edits. This one could work well for a whole host of entertainment-related scenarios, too. 

2. DJ Event Party Flyer (PSD)

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Check out this template. While it was designed with DJs in mind, the retro flair here could serve so many events well. Looking for something for a party? How about a meet and greet or another artist-focused event? The sky’s the limit. 

3. Artist Concert Event or Party Flyer (PSD)

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Looking for a classy approach? The black and red here make such a powerful statement. Jump right into this party flyer PSD design, in Adobe Photoshop, and easily customize the layout to make it your own.

4. Artist Concert or Event Flyer (PSD)

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Love color? Check out this fun and energetic design. There’s a lot of emphasis on a photo and big, bold type too. This one could be a perfect fit for an event, show, concert, act, or party revolving around a specific person. 

5. Concert Event Flyer (PSD)

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How fun is this color scheme? Great thing is, this template is easy to edit too. If you prefer things differently, open it up in Adobe Photoshop and make some adjustments. 

20 Best Party and Event Flyer Templates for Free

Now, let’s dig into some free event flyer templates available for download right now. Pick up a few and add them to your collection today:

1. Movie Flyer Template

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Looking for something to show off your film or movie-themed event? This flyer might be the right fit. It’s free, and you can even edit it in Microsoft Word.

2. Mixed Flyer Templates

Here’s a collection of versatile templates that you can mix, match, and customize, all absolutely free. There are PDFs and Microsoft Word-ready documents. 

3. Black Friday Sale Event Flyer

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Having a sale or looking for a flyer with really fun pops of color? Download the free PSD file and start editing—it’s A4 size, high resolution, and it’s free. As far as free event flyer templates go, this one is awesome.

4. Sports Adventure Tour Flyer

If you’re looking for some content suitable for sports, outdoors, and other energetic events, then check out the link above. This template is fun, customizable, high resolution, and full of energy.  

5. Friday Night Party Flyer PSD

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Having a party? Or at least designing for one? This flyer design template could easily be adapted for other events too, like performances, concerts, and so much more. 

6. Beer Festival Flyer

How about something for a food or wine festival? This template is ready to go for a beer-themed event. But it could also work for wine tasting, food themed events, restaurant openings, and other events too.

7. Mountain Bike Rally Event Flyer

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What a fun template! This one also works well if you’ve got a lot of information to share and want to highlight some eye-catching photography. Easily swap out the imagery and customize this one to meet your project goals. 

8. Food Festival Event Flyer Template

Looking for a different visual take on a food festival event flyer? Maybe you’re having a barbecue, a picnic, or even an outdoor event. It’s got a welcoming, wood texture, and features a whole bunch of tasty eats. 

9. Movie Flyer Design

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This movie event flyer would be ideal for a screening, or maybe even a movie-themed birthday party. This one is easy to customize in Microsoft Word. Add your dates, add your times, and even add what you’ll be viewing, in a snap.

10. Summer Party Event Flyer

How about something summery and fresh? This versatile template could work for so many different parties, events, and more. It already showcases food, drinks, and a portrait. It could be mixed and matched in so many ways. 

11. Romantic Music Party Flyer PSD

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Love is in the air! Here’s a great design for a school dance, couple’s party, or other event with plenty of love. This template has high resolution and is ready to edit in Adobe Photoshop.

12. Indie Music Event Flyer

Have a music-themed project? Working with an indie group or local performance group? This template might be the right fit for your event’s needs. Not only that, but the design itself is also versatile, so it could work for so many different projects.

13. Spring Party Flyer

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How stylish is the split color in this design? There’s such fun typography in this one too. Download it now and customize it to meet your project’s needs. Replace the photos, change the colors, and more.

14. Holiday Party Flyer Template

This flyer template is perfect for the winter holidays, but it’s got plenty to offer us year-round, too. Swap out the imagery and you could have the perfect template for an icy, frozen themed birthday party. 

15. New Year Party Flyer PSD Template

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Check out this vibrant, colorful template. It’s all ready for your new year’s celebration, but this one could be adapted to any holiday, any party, any event. Open it in Photoshop and add your own content. It’s that easy.

16. Vintage Style Design Party Flyer

How about something vintage and illustrative? This template is a bit of both. It’s got a stylish black and white look, but it also features some vintage illustration work. 

17. Music Party Invitation Flyer

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Looking to send out invitations for your music themed event or party? This template might be what you’re looking for—and it’s free too. Jump in and add your own date, time, imagery, and more in Adobe Photoshop. 

18. Bold Music Festival Event Flyer

This template has bold pops of color, bright green, on a textured black party flyer background design. It’s perfect for showcasing more than one act for your event. Or maybe you’d prefer to showcase more than one cuisine, actor, or celebrity.

19. Valentine’s Day Party Flyer Design

Having an event for Valentine’s Day? This one is especially for you. In pink, gold, and black, it’s ready for your date and your content. Or customize it with different colors and imagery to meet your project’s needs. 

20. House Party Flyer PSD Design

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This type is bold and eye-catching. If you’re looking to make a loud statement, this template might be right up your alley. Download it now and jump into Adobe Photoshop to test this one out with your own type.

5 Quick Tips to Make Great Party and Event Flyer Designs for 2021

Curious about how to make a flyer for an event? Now that we’ve taken a look at a whole host of awesome flyer templates, let’s talk a little bit about what makes a flyer work. Having a great template helps a lot. But it’s even more beneficial to understand a little bit about how it ticks. This can further empower you as you work to customize and create the right composition for your project. 

Here are five quick party flyer ideas to keep in mind:

1. Think About Your Composition’s Emphasis

Where do your eyes go when you first see this composition? Take a moment to think about that. Which parts of the composition really command your attention, and which feel more supplemental? 

The hot dog commands a lot of attention because the shape and the orangey color stand out. But the word “BBQ” also stands out. Why? Because it’s really large on the page. 

It’s important to think about your emphasis in a composition. This is your focal point. Think about where you want your viewer’s eyes to go, right off the bat. Where should they look and what should they see to grab their attention or interest?

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This ORENUYCN BBQ Event flyer has some great examples of visual emphasis. Check it out on Envato Elements,

2. Remember, Visuals Speak Too

Our designs are more than what they say with text. Your choice of color, imagery, format, orientation, and more can make such a difference in your composition.

For example, imagine a party flyer in drab, muted colors. This could communicate quite differently from a composition with saturated, vibrant colors. One might feel a lot more full of life and excitement, as opposed to the other, which could feel like a quieter affair.

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3. Think About Hierarchy

In design, when we talk about hierarchy, we’re often talking about the visual importance in a composition. Don’t worry, it’s not as complicated as it might sound. 

Look at the composition below. What information would you consider complementary? For example, look at the place for the event’s URL. Notice that it commands less visual importance than the date—which, arguably, is more important information for the viewer to see at first. We can use things like scale to help promote a sense of hierarchy in our designs. (In this case, the date is larger and bolder, while the URL is smaller, much more like a whisper.)

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Check out this premium Running Event Flyer on Envato Elements.

4. Color Is a Big Deal

Color is often more complicated than just choosing our favorites. Even in a composition that’s rather simple and clean, color can make a big statement. For example, let’s picture the composition below, but in grays. It might not feel like a sunny composition anymore. Instead, we might be left with a gloomy, rainy look and feel. 

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Here, we’ve got yellows, sea greens, and salmon colors. They’re light, and they’re on a clean, white background. Sometimes, less is more, especially when the colors we’re using communicate well and work together so nicely. 

5. Think About Movement

Movement often refers to how our eyes move within the composition. Lots of things can visually imply movement. For example, in the composition below, notice how the split between the pink and the blue really directs our eyes. They contrast and they point in a direction. It also splits the composition. 

Take note of where your eyes move in your composition. Then, you can use this information to your advantage.

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What colors would you use in this composition? Check out this premium Pool Party Event Flyer

Looking for More Flyer Templates?

Want to check out even more event or party flyer template designs? There’s plenty more to see. Check out some more roundups, options, and collections for inspiration:

Learn More About Flyer Design

Want to learn more about flyer design? Curious about what makes a great design, or maybe you’d like to try creating a design of your own, from scratch? Check out these awesome tutorials from Envato Tuts+. They’ll help you get started.

BONUS: We’ve compiled some awesome learning resources and video tutorials in this complete guide: Flyer Design & Templates. Be sure to check it out! 

Get the Word Out About Your Event With a Professional Flyer Design in 2021!

Thanks so much for checking out these flyer designs. I hope they brought some inspiration and new resources to your design toolkit. 

Ready to get this party started and create some awesome content? Remember, a jump start is a click away. Whether you’re looking for more inspiration or a premium design, there are plenty of professional event flyer designs on Envato Elements. Prefer a single design for your event flyer project? Remember to check out GraphicRiver.

Good luck and happy designing—here’s hoping both your event and your flyer are one to remember! 

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We See Things They’ll Never See

We See Things They’ll Never See

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We See Things They’ll Never See chronicles the glorious first season of Vinny Perth’s reign as the manager of Dundalk FC.

This comprehensive 304 page publication recounts every detail of the 2019 campaign, as ‘The Lilywhites’ retained the league title, as well as going agonisingly close to completing an unprecedented sweep of all five domestic trophies.

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Table of contents ft. Akzidenz-Grotesk Extended; “Back to Business” in all-caps Compacta.

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“Last Action Heroes” uses Knockout, “Sealed with a Kiss” is set in Windsor Elongated.

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Branding 101: Creating the Visual Identity for Your Business

Branding 101: Creating the Visual Identity for Your Business

 Image of featured brand101 scaled There are so many things to think about when first starting a business. What will your business offer? How will this differ from existing solutions? Who will benefit most from your offering? And why are you so passionate about this?

If you haven’t done so yet, work through this exercise to come up with your brand identity and business name.

Once you’ve figured out your brand identity, you have to create a visual identity — also referred to as brand imagery — to go along with it.

While you could easily throw together visual elements that speak to you, your goal should be to choose visuals that resonate with your audience. So, building your visual identity is going to require some work.

In the following post, we’re going to look at how your brand’s visual style can give off certain signals to those who encounter it (and how to use those to your advantage). We’ll also break down what you need, to piece together your visual identity.

The Power of Visual Identity

Each of the design choices you make that website visitors, social media followers, and customers can see will impact how they approach your brand. Are you a fun-loving company that caters to a younger crowd? Do you create high-tech products that solve serious global problems? Are you a successful entrepreneur who’s reshaping the way we talk to one another?

When done right, our brand visuals convey our brand’s personality, values, and mission without having to use any words.

Think about your favorite clothing brand. What do you picture? Let’s use Athleta as an example.

The logo is probably the first visual element that comes to my mind:

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The grey radial shape is one I’m very familiar with. It’s on their website, their social media, and it’s usually imprinted somewhere on their clothing.

The second thing I think about when I think of Athleta is its physical imagery:

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Rather than include images of the clothing on its own, there’s often someone wearing Athleta clothes while hiking along a trail, walking on a beach, or working out in a studio.

There’s so much that just these two visual elements tell us about this brand:

  • Athleta targets active female consumers; we see this in its images and CTAs. The fine touches and shape of the logo may suggest this as well.
  • Athleta creates understated but highly functional clothing; we see this in the product photos as well as in the brand’s use of neutral colors and fonts across its designs.
  • Athleta’s mission is to help customers have a healthier and more balanced life; we see this in its product photos, but we also get a sense of this from the simple symmetric structure of the logo.

There are overt ways to use visuals in your branding (usually through your choice of photos or illustrations). But there are also ways to subtly convey more about your company, what it does, and for whom you work through your choice of colors, fonts, structure, and more.

How to Create a Visual Identity for Your Brand

Let’s walk through each of the elements you need to pull together to create your visual identity:

The Color Palette

Like with everything else in business, you’re here to give your audience something they need, so they have to be at the forefront of your decisions — including which colors you put into your brand’s palette.

So, where do you start in choosing a color palette for your site and other marketing channels?

Let’s take a systematic approach.

1. Choose a Primary Color

Go to the Canva color meanings and symbolism tool.

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Have a look through the colors and find one that feels good to you. Open up the page and read more about what the color means:

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You’ll find the following on each page:

  • A brief history on the color;
  • How it’s been used by people over the years;
  • What it’s symbolized over the years and around the world;
  • How to use the psychology of the color to affect people (i.e. your audience);
  • Alternate shades and colors if this particular one doesn’t send the right signals;
  • Colors that pair nicely with this one.

While it’s important to consider how colors evoke different emotions, it shouldn’t be the only driving force. Your primary focus should be to choose colors that positively affect the user experience. In other words, you don’t want them to get in the way or distract prospects from getting to know your brand and eventually converting.

2. Create a Full Color Palette

Once you’ve picked a primary color, you need to come up with a color palette. You’ll want one or two colors to use in your logo and a full color palette for your website and other branded channels.

You can use Canva’s palette suggestions (in the top-right corner of the color page) to create a basic color palette.

For something a little more robust, use Material Design Palette:

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Color options are a bit limited, but it does a good job of spelling out where you should use each color. You can then adjust the color palette as you see fit.

Typography

The design and pairing of your fonts can greatly impact the way people respond to your brand and the words you’ve written about it.

So, the goal with typography is to make your words easy to read while also giving hints about your company’s personality and style.

1. Understand Font Styles

Figure out what style of font goes best with your brand identity.

This is the simplest way to categorize fonts:

  • Sans serif: These are simple fonts without any “feet” (lines at the ends of letters).
  • Serif: These are more traditional-looking fonts (the kinds you see in literature and newspapers) with feet.
  • Script: These are cursive and curly fonts that mimic handwriting.
  • Display: These are fonts designed specifically to appear in logos, hero images, and advertising because of their large, bold styling.
  • Monospaced: These are fonts with characters that comprise the same amount of horizontal space, often resembling typewritten text.

You can break these down even further and really get to the root of the style. Fonts.com has a great explainer page on each of these classifications:

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Here are some sources to help you find fonts for your brand:

2. Settle on Two or Three Fonts

Choose two or three fonts for your brand. Max. Anything more than that will create a distracting and overwhelming interface for your audience.

You’ll need:

  1. A font for your header text. It needs to look good in big sizes, be easy to read, and easy to identify from other text when scanning through a page or document.
  2. A font for your body text. It needs to look good in small sizes (16 pixels and up) and be highly legible.
  3. Optional: A font for your logo and hero images. It wouldn’t stray too far from the style of your headers, but if you need something a bit more decorative or unique, you can use a different font family for this.

If you find that you need more variety in your fonts to create a clearer hierarchy on the page or to call out certain elements, use superfamilies with dozens or even over a hundred different styles. That way, your users’ eyes won’t get fatigued from having to switch between too many font types.

3. Learn Font Pairing Rules

To pair fonts, use styles that contrast yet complement one another. Ultimately, you want the pairing of your fonts to send a cohesive message to your audience.

For example, a sans serif header and serif body are a common way to combine fonts. Like this pairing of Fira Sans and Merriweather from the FontPair website:

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This modern-looking duo sends the message that: “Your comfort is priority #1 for us. Take your time reading and enjoy.”

There are tons of ways to make varying styles play off one another while sending the right signals to your audience: A safe serif with a retro cursive header font to come off as a playful, yet professional brand; a futuristic header and a neutral sans serif body font to give your product pages a very techy feel; and so on…

Once you have one or two fonts you like the vibe of, use FontPair to track down a good complement to the one you want to use.

Imagery

We can use this as a blanket category for any visual content you might use in your branding:

  • Photos
  • Videos
  • Illustrations
  • Icons
  • Backgrounds
  • Textures
  • Animations or GIFs

But just because there’s all this content to use, that doesn’t mean it should all appear on the same site to represent the same brand. You’ll want to narrow it down based on your company’s personality and how the style of imagery fits with it.

1. Photos vs. Illustrations

You can alter your brand’s voice and style based on the kind of imagery you use.

For instance, tech companies like Stripe often use illustration in their brand designs:

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Even though SaaS companies sell one type of product, their audiences are usually quite vast, so it would be hard to find photos that represent everyone. And it’s not like users are focused on their relationships with the people behind the scenes. These companies put technology into the hands of their users, so it’s best to let the product shine and not the people. This opens up the door for some fun and creative possibilities with illustrations.

That said, choosing photos over illustrations doesn’t completely bar you from using vector graphics and icons. You can mix-and-match those visuals so long as they blend well with one another. What you don’t want to do is to mix two very different styles that say different things about your brand at once.

To decide what’s best for your brand, approach this from your users’ point-of-view. What kind of visuals will help them connect to your brand and what you sell?

2. Style

It’s not just the type of image you use that impacts your brand identity. It’s the style you apply to those visuals that can transform your visuals, putting visitors in a different time, place, or headspace.

Will you apply a filter to give your photos a similar look and feel?

Will you place each of your product photos against the same backdrop for a uniform look?

Will you use a completely new style of imagery for one of your product lines the way Apple has done for the iPhone 12?

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There’s nothing wrong with using out-of-the-box imagery. However, if they don’t give off quite the right tone, don’t be afraid to use your design skills to make adjustments and cater them to your own style.

Logo

Your logo is the last of the visual elements you’ll need to invest some time in. The good news is that you’ve already done most of the legwork:

  • You’ve defined your brand’s identity.
  • You’ve given your business a name.
  • You’ve selected the main visual components that will represent your brand: colors, fonts, and images.

That’s really all you need to create a logo that is relevant, unique, attractive, potent, and memorable.

That and a way to bring it all together. You have a few options.

Option #1: If you’re a graphic designer, you can create your own from-scratch.

Option #2: If you want help getting started, you can use a tool like Wix Logo Maker:

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You’ll fill out a short questionnaire and then receive dozens of pre-made logos to start with. You’ll later have the chance to customize the design to your liking.

Option #3: You can hire someone to design a totally custom logo.

Wrapping Up

In the next post in this three-part series, we’re going to look at the next step:

Getting your business online.

We’ll take everything you’ve done so far in coming up with a business name, brand identity, and now visual identity, and put it towards your website and the marketing channels that are best for your business.

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Common WordPress Errors & How to Fix Them

Common WordPress Errors & How to Fix Them

WordPress is an amazingly stable platform thanks to the dedication and talent of the hundreds of professionals contributing to it, and the strict code standards they follow. Even so, the huge variety of themes, plugins and server environments out there make it difficult to guarantee nothing will ever go wrong. This guide will help you […]


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