Brand – Express and Measure

Imagine a Brand as a personality, as a person. A person needs a name and a personality in identity in terms of what they look like.We Tycoon Branding do the same for Brands at this step we create Brand names and logos to help customers easily recognize the brand and...

3 ways to do Brand Positioning

Shaping how customers think about the brand.We Tycoon Branding identify who those customers are what benefits they seek from your products or services and what they currently believe about those products or services.We’re making a direct link between the product...

6 Benefits of having a BRAND

Benefits of Brand Brand allows you to set higher prices for your products and services.People associate higher quality with branded products. Because people trust branded products and services more.Brands must make and keep their promises.Once your product is branded...
14 simple Branding Briefs

14 simple Branding Briefs

This is a collection of our thoughts on branding what comes to tycoon branding designers when you say branding. Logo Branding is the most important part of branding our product or service.The logo must representing your brand image and easily remembered.It is not...
SHAPE PSYCHOLOGY IN LOGO DESIGN

SHAPE PSYCHOLOGY IN LOGO DESIGN

CIRCULAR Shape LOGO: Circular shape logos tend to generate a positive response.Related to COMMUNITY, FRIENDSHIP, and LOVE. The Olympic logo is a prime example of this, coming together with different groups of people in one unity. Circle also shows perfection and quite...
COLORS PSYCHOLOGY IN LOGO DESIGN

COLORS PSYCHOLOGY IN LOGO DESIGN

We choose colors wisely because it describes a sophisticated image and evokes emotions.●RED (Fire | Emotional): Red color implies energy, aggression, and passion. Red color for your logo can make it feel more dynamic. ●Blue (Stability | Confidence): Blue is one of the...
EVOLUTION OF LOGO

EVOLUTION OF LOGO

The Mayans, Greeks, all used it, mostly as a monogram or on their seals. Do you remember The Ashoka Pillar and the Four Lions facing four different directions! That’s old. In the 13th and 14th century monograms transformed into trademarks. Traders, farmers,...