You’ve probably heard that whether you’re a freelance creative, a new start-up, or on your way to Fortune 500, having a defined brand is one of the most important pillars to build your business on. But how do you identify your brand?
This course will take you through a step-by-step guide to creating your own brandbook and identifying your brand’s visual style. Using examples from Tinker Watches, egº studio, and a fictional brick-and-mortar you’ll be able to apply these concepts to a variety of businesses at any level.
- What it means to identify your brand and why it’s important
- Step-by-step video outlining how to build your brandbook
Access to Digitally Cohesive—an exclusive online resource guide to defining your brand
- Comprehensive Resources List Eva uses daily
- Additional recommended readings
Thursday, April 6, 2017, 6:30 - 9:30 PM
*Please arrive 15 minutes early and check in at the Poketo store inside The Line Hotel. Valet parking is available at the hotel at a reduced rate of $12 for workshop attendees. Otherwise, there is offsite street parking available nearby.
Eva Goicochea is a digital content creator, web designer and brand strategist based in New York. She has worked on the agency side for clients including The Natural Resources Defense Council, ADIDAS Y-3 and SLVR and on the marketing teams at Josie Maran Cosmetics and Siren Studios. Most recently, she ran social media, culture and talent at Everlane. As a content creator, strategist and web designer she’s worked with Scoutmob, Virgin Atlantic, Vrai & Oro, Herschel Supply Co., Shinola, Hatchery, Simone LeBlanc, This is Ground, The Common Knowledge, Lo & Sons, Modernism Week, Prospector Co, Daniel Wellington, and Lou & Grey, Reva, among others. She’s the co-founder of Tinker Watches and Maude.
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