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AppraisalPoint Prepared for Reid Hadley & Rob Hronek, Principals Bridgeport Appraisal LLC Presented by Casey Ward, Principal FutureWorks, Inc. Brand Development Presentation TM
Criterion Red as the dominant color Depict speed and motion Reflect the essence of the company Technology/Web feel TM AppraisalPoint Brand Development Presentation
Assumptions Entire name embedded in the mark Useable with or without “com” Simple, economically reproducible Instant eye appeal TM AppraisalPoint Brand Development Presentation
Straight forward, strong red “A” Non-serif, architectural looking font Draws the eye to the beginning Leads from left to right The Mark
Vag rounded font The appraiser’s pencil Italics for speed Clean, sleek look
The house Adds design element Moves the eye Reinforces focal point
Integrated look and process Roof over the “P” Creates more movement “P” over the “A”
The point Comet like Brackets the mark Followed by a com-trail
The “com” Smaller font Completes the look Use with or without
The sun Adds warmth Always there for you Balances point color
The appraisal process has never been this easy
AppraisalLink Prepared for Reid Hadley & Rob Hronek, Principals Bridgeport Appraisal LLC Presented by Casey Ward, Principal FutureWorks, Inc. Logo Possibilities.
Tips for Preparing a Professional Presentation. The first thing that gives a professional touch to any presentation is the design.
How To. Not just a mark Reflects a business’s brand using shapes, fonts, color, and/or images. Used for inspiring trust, recognition and admiration.
Graphing Motion. You will need: 3 colored pencils: red, blue, green A ruler if straight lines are important to you.
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Principles of Design.
The Four Principles of Design
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