Professional Presence wins two APEX Awards!
In 2010, Professional Presence won two APEX Awards. One was awarded for the logos and brochures we created for The Morris Dees Justice Award. We also won One-of-a-Kind Print Publications for a postcard we created for DrinkerBiddle.
Let us design an award-winning communication for your organization.
Professional Presence wins 2009 APEX Award!
Professional Presence received an APEX Award of Excellence in 2009 for the brand and brand assets we created for KnowConnect.
Professional Presence wins 2008 APEX Award!
Professional Presence has received an APEX Award of Excellence for One-of-a-Kind Print Publications. Read more.
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Let Professional Presence work with you to develop
a brand for your firm or organization.
What is a firm brand?
A firm or organization, like a product, can create a distinctive “brand
identity.” You want your target market to identify your firm with the
work that you do, and a firm brand helps your target audience understand
your organization quickly and reliably.
The goal of a firm brand is to:
· Convey a single message about your firm
· Brand all of your firm products and communications with that message
In developing your firm brand, we will work with you to:
· Identify the appropriate single message about your
firm or organization
· Define a brand that conveys that message
· Develop a plan to consistently communicate the firm brand to your
· Implement the brand across all products and platforms.
a firm brand will do
1. Identify the firm as the source of the product
2. Increase recognition, attention, and response, quickly separating your product
and message from communication “clutter”
3. Raise the value of your brand as a source of desirable products and information,
creating and increasing brand loyalty
Elements of a firm brand
single or set of colors used repeatedly in connection with the brand.
The use of red on this website is an example of a color palette
set of design elements used repeatedly to reinforce the brand and
to assure identification of every firm product with the firm.
The red “box to dot” element, and
the buttons are
elements of our design template that appear on all our products
Click here for a case study from Corinne's new book, How to Build a Law Firm Brand.
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