Why work on your brand image



The importance of a strategically defined brand image.

Branding is not just a visual element; it is a tangible reflection of a company's purpose and ambition. It embodies the identity, values, and promises of a brand, and plays a key role in how it is perceived by its target audience. A well-built brand image is a powerful ally, capable of seducing, retaining and inspiring trust. However, neglecting this strategic aspect means taking the risk of compromising the success of a project, however promising it may be. Indeed, visual contact (especially the first contact) with the public is often the most decisive. It can arouse curiosity, build trust and credibility, or, conversely, leave an impression of indifference or even distrust.

Brand image, visual identity, brand strategy. These are exciting concepts in the marketing world, but what about their true impact? Many people believe that once their logo is created, all their worries go away, and that they can put it anywhere, in any way. However, a logo alone can't do much except maybe end up on a social media icon or business card. It is certainly an element of your brand image, but it does not entirely define it. The essence of your brand lies in its coherence across all your communications: from social networks to your website, through printed media and even the interior design of your offices. Is a clear guideline emerging, with a distinct universe, well-defined values, and a unified message? This is where the real power of differentiating your customers lies. In other words, that's what branding is: a cohesive visual story that's told through every interaction with your business.


You understood the crucial importance of working on your brand image. Great decision! To create a strong and coherent visual identity, several key elements must be taken into account. Each of these elements contributes to the overall identity of your brand and requires careful consideration when designing it.

Logos and icons:

The logo is how your customers distinguish you in a competitive industry. It is a promise of quality, consistency and reliability. It is essential that your logo is presented correctly every time you use it. This includes declinations such as a primary, secondary, horizontal, and vertical logotype.


The colors you have chosen for your brand are a key factor in differentiating and recognizing the brand. It is essential that your colors are reproduced accurately and combined in the right way.


Few things communicate the look and personality of a brand like how letters, numbers, and symbols are put together. Typography must find a balance between readability and interest. These include approved fonts and the use of typography to communicate clearly.


They are an integral part of creating a unique and eye-catching brand identity while adding a touch of personality. They are versatile and can be used in a variety of contexts including social media, websites, printed materials, and product packaging.

Photographic direction:

Photography is a key factor in elevating and positioning your brand. Photo direction creates a cohesive and consistent look that blends well with your message. The use of bright colors, flash, and grain conveys to your brand its vision of fun, dynamism, and community.

Marketing material and collateral:

Pre-designed layouts, created with care, to put your image into action. We are talking here about stationery, merchandise, signage, social networks and all other applications. This is where your brand comes to life.


Yes, branding may seem as simple as a logo, but it's much more complex. Without a well-defined, comprehensive brand, you may not have consistency in your communication and not make a good first impression with your audience.

A brand image should be thoughtful, distinctive and highlight the strengths of your business. Take the time to design it well and strategically. Take control of the image you project and connect with your future customers. Above all, be proud of your image, because we are much more convincing when we ourselves are convinced.