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Brand Blue Print

Branding, in its essence, is much like the architectural blueprint of a home. Just as a blueprint lays out the design, structure, and intricate details of a house before it’s built, a branding blueprint defines the core identity, values, and direction of a brand before it interacts with the world. It’s the foundational plan that ensures every room, or in branding terms, every touchpoint, resonates with the intended vision and purpose. Every brand, irrespective of its size or domain, needs this blueprint.

Without it, brands risk building on shaky ground, lacking consistency, clarity, and a compelling narrative. The importance of a branding blueprint cannot be overstated; it’s the guiding star, ensuring that every decision aligns with the brand’s core essence and promise. To demystify this concept further, we’re taking an unconventional step. We’re pulling back the curtains to showcase our very own branding blueprint for “My Genius LifeHacks”. This is a rare glimpse, as not every agency feels at ease sharing their internal strategy. But we believe in transparency and the power of example. By sharing our blueprint, we aim to illuminate the path for businesses, especially those that form the cornerstone of our communities, ensuring they not only understand the importance of a branding blueprint but also witness its transformative potential firsthand.

How do we tackle the “Branding” concept for every client? The methodology is clear-cut! Our unwavering commitment and sheer dedication to our clients guide our results. Rather than just working “for” our clients, we join forces “with” them. By investing ourselves wholeheartedly in what we do, our clients’ triumphs become our own & we celebrate our clients’ victories as if they were our own — because that’s precisely how we envision it.


Brand Character: The distinct set of attributes and qualities that define the brand’s professional persona, shaping its market presence and influencing stakeholder perceptions.

Brand Essence: The core spirit of a brand captured in a few words, e.g., “magical experiences” for Disney.

Brand Integrity: Ensuring a brand consistently delivers on its promises and maintains its standards.

Brand Values: The guiding principles a brand stands for, such as sustainability or innovation.


Brand Messages: Articulated statements that communicate the core values, benefits, and essence of the brand, tailored to resonate with targeted audiences and stakeholders.

Brand Mission: A strategic declaration of the brand’s fundamental purpose, outlining its key objectives and the value it aims to provide to its customers and the broader community.

Brand Positioning: The strategic process of defining and establishing the brand’s unique standing and differentiation in the market landscape, relative to competitors.

Brand Promise: A binding commitment the brand makes to its stakeholders, encapsulating the consistent value and experience it pledges to deliver. Brand Story: A cohesive narrative that encapsulates the brand’s origin, journey, and values, serving as a bridge to connect emotionally with its audience.

Brand Vision: A forward-looking statement that outlines the brand’s long-term aspirations and the impact it seeks to make in its industry or the world at large.

Catch-Phrase Messages: A curated set of 5-7 versatile slogans, tailored for diverse platforms, serving as impactful ad copy or content amplifiers.

Unique Selling Preposition(USP): A definitive statement that highlights the brand’s distinct advantage or feature, setting it apart from competitors and emphasizing the unique value it offers to its customers.


Brand Style: The distinct visual and tonal elements that consistently represent the brand across all touchpoints, encompassing design, color palettes, typography, and voice, to create a unified and recognizable brand identity.


Logo : A unique graphical symbol or emblem that serves as the visual representation of a brand, encapsulating its essence and values, and facilitating instant recognition in the marketplace. Choice of 9 types of Logo in 9 different styles


Available in following formats for digital & print & embroidery usage: (JPG, PDF, PNG, AI, PSD, EPS, SVG)


Sub-Mark Logo: A simplified or alternative version of the main logo, ideal for smaller spaces or when a subtler branding touch is required

Pattern Tile Logo: A compact rendition of the primary or sub-logo, meticulously arranged in a 10×10 grid format. This design offers a repetitive yet cohesive visual, perfect for backgrounds, textures, or instances where subtle, continuous branding is desired

3D Mock-ups: Realistic 3D representations of how the logo and branding elements will appear on different products and materials, providing a tangible feel of the brand in real-world scenarios.

Animated Logo (intro/outro): A 10-15 second dynamic rendition of the brand logo, perfect for digital platforms, videos, and presentations, adding a layer of sophistication and modernity.

Brand Video: 45-60 second evergreen video ad for the brand made from up to 5 minutes raw footage provided by client.

Tagline: The main concise catchy phrase that encapsulates the essence of the Brand, enhancing brand recall and resonance, & often paired with the logo.

Corporate Stationery Suite

Customer Engagment Materials Templates

Outdoor Marketing Assets

Brand Voice: The consistent tone and style of communication adopted by a brand, reflecting its personality and values, and resonating with its target audience across all messaging platforms.


Executive Summary: A concise overview of a brand’s foundational strategy, highlighting its core values, objectives, and market positioning. This summary provides a snapshot of the brand’s vision and direction as it unfolds, allowing stakeholders to quickly understand its essence and potential trajectory.


Target Audience & Subgroups: The specific group of individuals or entities for whom a brand is primarily designed and marketed. While the target audience represents the broader category of potential consumers, subgroups delve deeper, segmenting this audience based on specific characteristics or preferences, allowing for more tailored and effective engagement strategies.