Pinterest Mood Board

Developing Your Visual Brand

Create a board on Pinterest titled Your Name "Mood Board" and share it with me @CuedCreative by inviting me on Pinterest. You can also add the link to your board to our "long-ins and links" google doc (be sure that you do not have your board set to secret if you share it this way) or email me the link to hannah@cuedcreative.com.

 

Next, gather a selection of images that inspire you and reflect your core brand values from Steps 1 and 2 (check out my example mood boards below). There is no right or wrong way of doing this; however, try to save around 15-20 images to give us a larger selection to choose from for your mood/branding board. Also, be sure to pin 2-3 color schemes (by searching color schemes or color palettes) that represent you. 

If we are creating a logo for you, please add 8-10 logo designs that speak to you to your board. Avoid searching "speech logos" or "therapy logos" and use terms with adjectives that describe your style, like "modern logos" or "fun logos". This will allow me to understand the style of the logo that speaks to you and will guide the design process. 

 

When searching on Pinterest don’t be afraid to think outside of the box with your search terms. You can search inspired words (life goals, health, inspiration, relaxation, etc.) or things/ideas (gardens, sunsets, centerpieces, casual outfits, food, etc.). While those terms may not always seem to make sense, using them in your search will help you discover some incredible images!

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Hannah Boeck, M.S., CCC-SLP

hello@cuedcreative.com

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