Posts By: Finkkleton

Top tips for designing a logo

Posted in - Blog on October 3rd 2017 0 Comments Designing a logo

If you are looking at designing a new logo, consider these small tips. There is a lot more to it than you think. There are too many people creating bad branding. As a serious professional company you need to stand out.

I once read a blog about using a ‘visual double entendre’ in branding – i thought …

Understanding the law in email marketing and advertising

Posted in - Blog on May 15th 2017 0 Comments

There are laws and regulations you need to refer to when it comes to email marketing. You need to understand your obligations when it comes to sending email communications.

Here are the top ten main points:

1 – You must check if customers want to be contacted by you – either by phone, post or email.

2- If you …

How we approach the corporate branding process

Posted in - Blog on March 20th 2016 0 Comments The Finkk branding process

While a logo is the element that holds a brand together and makes it recognisable, brands aren’t just logos alone. When creating a brand identity, we don’t just look at the separate elements. We make sure we always work with the whole picture and how all the elements work together so that the message has …

Freelance design & web development for your overspill work

Posted in - Blog on September 15th 2015 0 Comments Freelance design and web development

Are you a design agency? Do you need a hand with online and offline design work?

In addition to creating our own websites and print design work, we are equally suited to working on your projects. We pride ourselves on our excellent web development and print design, and offer a hidden freelance service to web and …

Is your website ready for Google’s new mobile-friendly ranking algorithm

Posted in - Blog on March 27th 2015 0 Comments Mobile ranking algorithm

Even though we are increasingly using our mobile devices to surf the web, unfortunately not a lot of the web is optimised for our mobile devices. Mobile devices are often restricted by the display size and need content to be laid out differently on screen.

Responsive web design responds to the needs of the users and the …