If you are looking to create a portfolio and are a little short on projects to post; using brand mockups are a great way to show your skills. Do a decent job in Photoshop, alot of potential clients won’t be able to tell the difference between a mockup and the real printed stationery or print collateral.
The best way to learn about style guides is to copy what others are doing and make it your own. For this post I’ve scoured the web to find some beautiful examples of corporate brand style guides.
For those of you who don’t know: a style guide outlines your brand ID. The colors, layout, tone, use case examples — the personality and execution of the brand. This is so other designers and can easily interrupt the look and feel of a brand and continue the brand strategy in a cohesive manner.
A 2.5ft long papercraft replica of one of the world’s fastest and most expensive super-cars, the Bugatti Veyron, consisting of 159 parts on 44 pages. Available as a FREE download. Designed by VisualSpicer.