Different types of branding are best suited to different types of products.Brand
Innovation offers many different types of branding. Read about the different types
here. We assist you in choosing the best type of branding for your product.
Different types of branding are best suited to different types of products.Brand Innovation offers many different types of branding. Read about the different types here. We assist you in choosing the best type of branding for your product. Below please find some information on the different types of branding. For examples of the branding please click through to the individual pages.
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Screen Printing is a printmaking process based on the creation of individual screens for each colour present in a piece of artwork. ...Read More
Engraving is a process that requires the incising of a design onto a hard, usually flat surface, by cutting grooves into it. ...Read More
Embossing is a process that creates an impression of a design onto a surface that allows for marks to remain once the pressure is released...Read More
Digital Printing is the reproduction of digital images on a physical surface, such as common or photographic paper, cardboard, film, cloth, plastic, vinyl, magnets, or labels ...Read More
The process of Embroidery allows for artwork to be recreated by decorating fabric or other materials with designs stitched in strands of thread or yarn using a needle ...Read More
In doming a sticker is equipped with a dual component resin layer(epoxy). This layer is crystal clear, protecting the image below and transforming graphics into visually appealing three-dimensional decorative items...Read More
Branded Corporate Gifts are a great way to get exposure for your brand.
Branding does not need to be in your face, it can be subtle and hardly noticeable, but very effective. The type of branding you need depends on your campaign. A huge cell phone campaign would need bright and colourful branding while an investment bank would want to brand in a subtle way in line with the more serious image of a bank.