Doodle Dog Creative is a creative agency headquartered in Dallas and Austin, Texas, specializing in branding solutions, website design and development and search engine optimization. We create smile worthy concepts that capture personality and inspire brands.
We are so excited to have been asked by Swank Soiree to participate in the first annual Lights. Camera. I Do!
We will be branding the event with all of the paper items that you will see there, from programs to leave behinds and everything in between. We started with a unique alternative to the standard event invitation. We created a small tag lanyard to hand out to all of the brides at the most recent bridal show.
Sooo….we would like to extend the invitation to brides everywhere, please stop by and chat with us about your big day!
Join Dallas’ most distinguished wedding professionals for an afternoon of bridal elegance at Lights, Camera, I Do!
You’ll preview the latest designs in wedding fashion on our runway, sample scrumptious hors d’oeuvres, and have the opportunity to discover the best options in creating your dream wedding vision.
This is an experience you won’t want to miss!
3pm: Mix and Mingle while enjoying tasty treats and sparkling champagne
4pm: Lights, Camera, IDo! Runway show begins
For more information or to RSVP
call 214-988-9168 or email email@example.com
Doodle Dog is so proud of client, Sonya Renee Jewelry for getting a little love in the Celebrity World. Ali Fedotowsky from ABC’s The Bachelorette was seen wearing an ‘R’ script necklace, a Sonya Renee piece.
If you haven’t checked out Sonya Renee Jewelry, visit the site now and you could be wearing the same designs as the stars!
Since my post about inspiring logos yesterday, I’ve had a few questions from visitors asking about the quality of their own logo and if it is really “working” for them or not. So here are a few questions to ask yourself if you are wondering the same thing:
Is it one of a kind? Don’t follow the pack. You want someone to remember your website, your brand, your logo, and your business card because they are shopping around and looking at your competitors. So don’t be afraid to stand out.
These two didn’t make the one of a kind cut:
Is it versatile? Does it work in all black? Does it work in all white? Does is work in color?
Is it appropriate? Looking for a fun-loving crowd, make it fun. Trying to attract lawyers, keep it professional and serious. Ask yourself how you want your target to feel when they look at your logo.
Does it stand the test of time? Leave the trends to the fashion industry, when it comes to your brand identity, longevity is key. Logos can always but updated but shouldn’t lose what you stand for.
Does it follow the KISS logic? It should be simple enough that it should still be recognizable when placed into 1X1 inch space. After all a typical business card is only 3.5X2 inches.
Does it give them ONE thing to remember? You shouldn’t try to pack every detail, service and selling point into your logo, it should be a design that is easy to recall and associate with your business.
LASTLY: (and maybe most importantly) Are you proud of it?
So…how does your logo rank? Is it working for you? If the answer is yes, congrats!
If the answer is no click here.
To all of my art director, photographer, fashionista, event planning, design lovin’ friends….
I would like to invite you all to post anything you want to share. This is a blog for all things design. So whether it’s a handcrafted piece of jewelry, a really great shot, or a perfectly planned event, send it this way and I will not only feature it on the blog for you to share with everyone, but I will also link it to your site, tweet about it and give you all the credit!
You can email me at firstname.lastname@example.org or just leave a comment with your email address and I will get back to you shortly.