Looking to give your visual branding a pick me up? You’ve come to the right place. We’ve pulled together some of our favorite things that brands are doing around the web, from logos to landing pages. Give your inspiration a creative boost this season with our visual branding roundup.
Coschedule + Evernote
Two brands + seamless integration = one awesome product. That’s what CoSchedule and Evernote convey with their newly joined logo. They’re synced together with fluid arrows that visually suggest it’s now easier than ever to publish and schedule your content. Combined with the headline, the merger makes content development seem fun and easy.
Beyond the logo, the landing page includes clean screenshots and demo videos that let you sneak a peek into the way these two apps work together. And visitors can quickly see how much smoother their content and social media processes can be when these programs are used together.
Conde Nast Traveler
Conde Nast Traveler’s homepage includes a funky new approach to customizing the user experience based on visitor preferences. When you arrive, you’re immediately greeted with a statement and two options: Yes or No. For example: I want the 8 Destinations with the Best Airfare Deals in 2015. Not looking for airfare? Simply click “no” and move on.
The visual fun doesn’t stop there. Conde Nast Traveler does an excellent job of pairing stunning photos alongside click-worthy article titles throughout its homepage. For anyone who seeks adventure and to get out into the world, this website is sure to kick your wanderlust into overdrive.
Thrive Market’s Instagram account is a smorgasbord of images that make your mouth water instantly. Healthy eating never looked so tasty, as this wholesome products retailer’s bold and colorful food photos can attest. And if you’re not sure what to do with all these delicious foods, you can find a bevy of quick and easy recipes in the image mix.
Thrive Market also feeds your soul with inspiring social quotables, like this entrepreneurial + whole living favorite by Milton Berle: “If opportunity doesn’t knock, build a door.” They also include conversation prompts that you can’t wait to chime in on, such as “___ is my favorite thing to snack on.” Not only does this get the audience involved, but it gives the company a quick way to identify which products their customers would love to see more of.
Over to You
Which brands do you think are visually rocking it? Share your faves with us below.