Studio Success Guide: Branding & Style

It’s time for a new, fresh start! Let’s face it: Your website colors could be giving you the blues. Maybe you’re finding Comic Sans not so funny. Your social media presence has you flipping Twitter the bird and giving Facebook the #facepalm.

Are you ready to strut your stuff, but you’re not quite sure how to bring the magic?

Have no fear; we’re here to help you discover your most authentic, consistent online presence yet!

Design Aglow delivers the most intuitive website and social media Style Guide to date. We even go a step farther and follow up the latest information with interactive worksheets so you can plug in (or paste) your favorite things and put those ideas into innovative practice – all while driving more traffic to your business and creating a beautiful buzz!

Whether you’re contemplating fonts, voice, colors, sidebars or images, we’ve got those web topics handled, from header to footer (see what we did there?). The only thing you’ll wonder about is what you’ll do with all that spare time you used to spend worrying about your online presence (we recommend hot yoga).

Get it for $15 right now, or for FREE when you sign up for our mailing list!

*Special thanks to Alyssa Rosenheck for the lovely sample images displayed throughout the guide!




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