Branding is FUN!
One thing I hear consistently from new clients is, “I’ve avoided the branding process for so long because it seemed so overwhelming – but I had no idea it could be this much fun!” This is one of my very favorite pieces of feedback, because not only do I love what what I do, I sincerely strive to pass my joy in both the process and the final product onto you, my client. Don’t get me wrong—there is significant work involved: from coming up with the content, digging into strategy, scheduling photo shoots, figuring out what to name your services, and the rest of the nitty-gritty… Not gonna lie; it’s a lot. But at the end of the day, we’re creating something that’s beautiful and exciting that you’re going to really want to share with people: branding is fun!
In fact, the gorgeous, functional design we co-create is going to make things that aren’t fun, fun: networking, selling, marketing—even SEO. Your website is going to make you want to share not only your business, but your story. And when you use this compelling tool to start passionate conversations about the work and product(s) that fire you up, those dolla’-dolla’ bills start to roll in.
If you work with Loki Loki, you can expect an experience that goes way beyond the final product—I’m not a corporate agency and I don’t subscribe to a rigid, one-size-fits-all paradigm—instead, my creative mind, fun-seeking personality, and the work we engage in together will be just as inspiring and motivating to you as your final brand identity. Coming up with great ideas and creative solutions—having those “Ah-ha!” moments together—and seeing your passion become a stunning brand as a result: that’s what I live for. Join me!
Loki Loki brand identity basics are what my team and I bring to every single one of our our projects. They’re the foundation of our approach… The staples… The basics… LIGHTBULB. POP! Let’s be cute and connect them to FASHION. I love fashion. You love fashion. It’s fun. It’s on-brand. Most importantly, it’s an excuse to collaborate with Leah Goren. The custom illustrations she created for me are a cheeky reference to my personal (fashion) basics. And I am a “brand stylist,” after all! Collect ’em all!