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FAQ

What are the terms of branding implementation?
The average time for branding development is 2 weeks.
What materials do you need from me to start working on branding?
To get started with branding, you need maximum information about your brand, this will help us to truly realize the VAU result. Basic is: the name of your brand, a description of the concept of the brand, its values and target audience, color preferences (if any).
Why can the color of printed printing differ from
what I saw on the monitor?
In the electronic image, the colors are presented in RGB format, and for the second in CMYK. RGB is the palette we see on the monitor, it's brighter than what we see around us and what we can print. CMYK is a mode that brings colors closer to what you can print and get in the end. Therefore, they may be visually different.
What are the terms of branding implementation?
The average time for branding development is 2 weeks.
What materials do you need from me to start working on branding?
To get started with branding, you need maximum information about your brand, this will help us to truly realize the VAU result. Basic is: the name of your brand, a description of the concept of the brand, its values and target audience, color preferences (if any).
Why can the color of printed printing differ from
what I saw on the monitor?
In the electronic image, the colors are presented in RGB format, and for the second in CMYK. RGB is the palette we see on the monitor, it's brighter than what we see around us and what we can print. CMYK is a mode that brings colors closer to what you can print and get in the end. Therefore, they may be visually different.