the complete online branding kit: magazine style is here!

Magazine Style Online Branding Kit Photoshop Marketing Template For Photographers Magazine Style Online Branding Kit Photoshop Templates For Photographers 1 This exciting set from Design Aglow invites studios to brand themselves brilliantly, and at only a fraction of the cost of hiring a designer. Show off an amazing number of images and convey style in a visually cohesive manner, all while coordinating marketing and taking online branding to the next level. Completely customizable in layers, easily change out colors, fonts and type to match websites and/or logo, you'll receive beautiful contact buttons, social icon buttons, blog header, design elements, bonus blog boards, and even a hex color palette for web use in classic, traditional designs. Better still, instant download at checkout feeds the instant gratification for those who can't wait to play with these exciting features right away.

Special thanks to Jose Villa for providing us with the amazing sample images! For its companion products, please click each of the following: Marketing Set, 8 Page Brochure, Social Media Bundle, Blog & Print Inspiration Boards: Series 1 and Series 2.


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