Updated: Jan 10
Are you sick of feeling like your brand is all over the place? This Branding Board Template for Canva will have your business looking professional in no time!
We all know that creating a cohesive brand is key to the success of your business, so it’s time to level up your brand and get the recognition you deserve!
If you don't really know what it is or what it is for, let me help you answer a few questions:
What is a Personal Branding Board?
A brand board is an at-a-glance guide for all the visual elements of your brand. It's a final collection of your logos, fonts, color palette, icons, pattern, mood board inspiration, and more!
Most importantly, it's a collection of images that evoke a certain mood or aesthetic. Brands use them all the time to set the tone, look, and feel of their website and physical branding components.
What should a Branding Board include?
It usually includes variations of a logo, brand colors, typography, and graphic elements such as textures, patterns, and styled imagery.
My photography branding board includes: main logo, branding color, watermark, second/ alternative logo, fonts, and inspirational images, which represent the look and feel of my brand. So, when I work on my website or marketing material, I am using exactly the same colors and fonts to stay consistent with my look.
Where can you buy a branding board template?
Creative Market: You can find here the best graphic templates, crafts, font bundles, stock photography and more. A great online store for shoppers. If you need some inspiration for various branding boards, click here:
Etsy: another great resource and store for creatives.
Canva: lots of options to design your own or use any of their templates. I am offering my branding board template for free (picture on top) and you can change and move every element to make it completely your own.
Would love to see your branding board, so why not share it with me?
Still questions about Personal Branding?
You can read my previous blog post, where I address the top 3 reasons why a personal brand is so important: