Case Study: Sounds Like Me
Today I'm delighted to share an interview with Elisabeth Swim, whose visual brand I designed earlier this year.
Before we jump into things, tell us a little about yourself and your business.
I am an in-home piano and singing teacher for musically curious kids. My students learn music in a way that helps them to thrive at school, be emotionally resilient and love music for a lifetime!
What was your visual brand like before you decided to get a Noteworthy Visual Brand Starter Kit?
Minimal and pieced together from fonts and an emblematic image.
What made you decide to invest in a Noteworthy Visual Brand Starter Kit?
Enjoyed Sierra's contributions to The Messaging Den.
[Sierra's note: The Messaging Den is the free Facebook group of Karie Price, my brand messaging coach/client/friend. If you're a small business owner, you should check it out!]
How would you describe the design process to someone considering getting a Noteworthy Visual Brand Starter Kit?
It was friendly, thorough and centered on the needs of my particular business.
What surprised you about the design process?
How many different interpretations there could be of the original concept (variation between first versions I saw). This was good because it gave us a lot of room to work with.
How do you feel about your new Noteworthy Visual Brand?
It looks great, it's easy to work with and clients love it.
If you're ready to invest in your own easy-to-use and client-loved visual brand, like Elisabeth, check out my Noteworthy Visual Brand Starter Kit.
I'm a brand designer who helps business owners who are tired of their marketing efforts just pulling "okay" results. I help them stand out and be remembered online by designing them a Noteworthy Visual Brand that attract their ideal clients - effortlessly.