Today's post is a guest post by Alec McGuffey, the co-founder of RookieUp, a design education platform. He's written a comprehensive guide to creating your personal brand when you're just starting out.Read More
Yay! You've established your business and you’re ready to hire a designer to help you create your brand’s identity.
The following tips will help you prepare for the process and also give you guidance for communicating with your designer during the project.Read More
Your email list is one of the most important assets of your business. Unlike social media followers, people on your email list are YOURS and can’t be taken away or impacted by arbitrary algorithms.
To make the most out of your website, make sure you are putting opt-ins in these seven key places for high conversion rates.Read More
If you read the Bravebird blog often, you know I love Squarespace. It’s easy to design and maintain a website and it's perfect for all types of entrepreneurs.
I’ve learned a lot over the years about coding and “hacking” Squarespace to make my websites look original and customized and I want to share some of the things you might not know you can do on the platform.
Rather than reinvent the wheel, I decided I’d write a roundup post of five wonderful Squarespace tutorials that I have used to elevate my website or my clients’ websites.Read More
Today’s post is a fun one! It’s a chance to really dig in and get to the heart of your brand’s aesthetic.
This is the very process I use to create mood boards, and ultimately brand style guides, for my clients.
Grab a glass of wine and stick around as I teach you how to create your very own mood board for your brand.Read More
Being an entrepreneur is tough. You must wear so many different hats and your success or failure rests entirely on your shoulders.
Since officially launching Bravebird Studio a few months ago, I’ve come to depend heavily on several vital tools that I use daily.
Here are seven tools that I literally couldn’t do business without.Read More