the individualist marketing suite and prophoto blogsite are here!

           Design Aglow helps you go against the grain and declare your originality with the Individualist Marketing Suite, a rustic, inviting set of branding templates. Evoking the feel of fine leather goods or a hip coffee shop, the Individualist’s textural interplay of clean type and real woodgrain is meant to be made your own, with fully customizable Photoshop files. Our fully customizable templates provide your studio with everything you’ll ever need to create a comprehensive modern branding experience, all at a fraction of the cost of hiring a professional designer. The Individualist Marketing Suite at a glance: • Business cards • Letterhead & envelopes • Marketing brochure • Price list • Gift certificate • Online branding ...and so much more! To seamlessly blend your online presence with your marketing collateral, check out the coordinating Individualist ProPhoto Blog design. *Special thanks to Kallima Photography and One Love Photo for providing the lovely sample images!




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