Want to learn a little more about branding?

We believe in giving freely and empowering one another. It's about abundance, not scarcity. That's our jazz. And that's why we offer a completely 100% free brand evaluation for anyone interested in learning more about branding. It's a great opportunity to learn how you can leverage some simple concepts to increase customer awareness for your business.

Simply fill out the form below and we'll get back to you to schedule your 30 minute phone call, where we'll discuss your current brand position and how to improve the ways you're currently using your logo and other marketing materials.

Here's what we'll discuss:


Focal Point

What is the first thing your customers see when they see your logo and what does that make them think about your company?



What is the path the eye follows when people see your logo and what does that say about your company?



What do your brand fonts say about your company? If you are using Comic Sans, we definitely need to chat.


Color Theory

How do the colors in your brand make your customers feel (whether they know it or not)?



Does your online presence make you look professional? Does it help you establish credibility? Are you searchable online?



Does your social media presence help you attract new users/customers? Is everything branded cohesively?


Visual Unity

Is your brand cohesive? Are you utilizing all the branding platforms available to you?


Competitive Landscape

How are your competitors branding? What are they doing better and what are they doing worse?



Fill out the form to provide us with some insights into your current brand position. We'll get back to you within 48 hours to schedule your free brand evaluation :)

i.e.: our excellent workmanship, our unbelievable prices, our innovative ideas, OR our company culture
i.e.: that our company is a trustworthy source for personal nutrition coaching, that we are a prominent holistic healing center in Denver, OR that we sell the best essential oils on the market
Please provide their business name and the URL to their website :)
Generally, you are...
Be honest! ;)
Any question!