Category Archives: Branding

/// How To DIY Your Brand


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Does this sound familiar?

  • You’re ready to launch your kickass, creative biz but you feel overwhelmed by the wide world of branding.
  • You took one look at that pro designer’s price list and felt like you’d never be able to have a badass brand.
  • You’ve got this idea, but you don’t have the design background to bring it to life.
  • You feel like you’re creative, but just a need a little guidance to get where you want to go.

I know so many creative ladies who are starting a business but feel so held back by their branding and logo design. They get so excited about launching their business, only to feel discouraged when they can’t afford to hire a pro designer or achieve that customized style they’re looking for. If you’re out there bringing your unique expertise, you deserve to look the part.




After designing brands for tons of small businesses and boss ladies, I’ve created a course that gives you the chance to create your own logo & brand identity using my ACTUAL design process, from start to finish. With the knowledge of a legit branding design expert at a price you can afford, you can start killing it with your business by creating your own DIY logo and brand identity.

For this course, I’ll walk you through the 5 steps to create your own DIY logo and brand identity. By the end of the course,  you’ll have created your very own custom brand. 

diy design your brand e-course


  • Content-rich lessons with in-depth worksheets over the course of 4 weeks
  • Templates to help you create a mood board, color palette, logo, submark and final Brand Style Board
  • 1 year of unlimited access to the lessons, templates and bonus files
  • Over 200 design elements to help you build your custom logo
  • And a private Facebook group to share work, get feedback and make connections




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/// The Quick and Dirty Guide to Color Psychology

If you know anything about me at all, you know how much I love color. It is one of my favorite things – right up there with my family and cheese (mmm… cheese). So it’s no wonder that adding color to a project is my favorite part of the process. It’s also a crucial part of the process because it can totally change the feeling and appeal of a brand or website. There are literally college courses (I took many!), books and a ton of in-depth resources devoted to the study of color and color psychology. But since you are probably not a #colornerd like me, I have broken down how to work with your color palette without having to dive deep into all that is Color Psychology.

The Quick and Dirty Guide to Color Psychology

Quick and Dirty Color Psychology

Whether you realize it or not, colors evoke emotions, feelings, and memories, and you can utilize this to create a brand or business presence that works to attract your dream client or customer. But since this can quickly become a rabbit hole of color-nerdiness, I have laid out the Quick and Dirty Guide to Color Psychology above. This little chart will show you how you can apply this knowledge to your logo, branding, website and anything else that incorporates color. Feel free to click the image to download a PDF version for yourself to reference in your future projects.

As John Ruskin said, “The purest and most thoughtful minds are those which love color the most.”  And I couldn’t agree more.  😉

/// Logo Process: Devan Danielle


Devan contacted me to create her logo and branding with some super interesting and unique ideas. She basically said, “I want you to go wild and do whatever you want.”


The only requirement was that she wanted the logo to feel light, airy and open. Done and done.



Devan Danielle Logo Process - June Mango Design Boutique-01


I had such a crazy-good time creating this little logo, and the logo process above was only step one. We took these logos, refined them and added in some really cool photo elements until we got to a really versatile final logo and matching branding elements. You should probably head over here to check out the finished project, because, well, it’s just so damn lovely!

And if you feel like chatting with me about your own logo and branding, I’d love for you to holla at me!

/// Essential File Formats for Design

This post is for those of you who may not understand a lot of the terms designers talk about when it comes to sending along your final logo or design files. And this is also helpful for you to know once you get that big ol’ package of file formats so that you can use each file type in the appropriate place.

So, today I am focusing on understanding the main file formats used for design, which includes JPG, PNG, GIF, EPS, PDF, and TIFF files. Each file type can be used for a different reason. I’ve listed out each of the main types along with their best uses below.

Essential File Formats for Design


Hopefully you can use this as a quick guide to your file formats when you’re feeling a little lost in the proverbial design jungle. Feel free to save this to your desktop and look back to it whenever you need it!


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