Posts tagged colour
Using color as a branding element on your Squarespace website - video collab with Mariah Althoff

Pull up a chair and pour yourself a drink because I’ve got a TREAT for you today!

I’m got a really fun collaboration to share with you and I’m so excited for you to check it out!

As a custom web designer who also offers branding packages, I naturally get asked a lot of branding questions. I’ve received a lot of questions about color and branding lately so I decided to answer that here today. But to make it a bit more interesting, I invited my friend Mariah Althoff to join in me and we’re talking all about how to use color effectively on your Squarespace website!

Mariah Althoff is a visual branding expert and web & graphic designer who has worked with a seriously impressive roster of clients. From solopreneurs to small businesses all the way up to Walmart (!), Mariah knows her stuff!

In this video, we’re chatting all about how to use color effectively on your Squarespace website. It’s basically a conversation between friends (#onlinebizbesties) but we’re sharing lots of practical information and lessons you can apply to your own Squarespace website. I know you’ll get a lot out of our tips & recommendations!

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My secrets to beautiful Squarespace typography (bonus font guide included)

Choosing and combining fonts is an art, not a science.

Whether that's for a digital platform (like your website) or in print, typography can make or break your branding.

Typography is a hugely important design element, one which can have an instant impact on how people interact with your brand.

There are many different considerations when choosing the fonts to use, and those apply whether you're talking about your Squarespace website or design and marketing collateral.

I presume you haven't been to design school and are here for the Coles Notes (ain't no shame) so I've rounded up my favourite tips for beautiful Squarespace typography. Since there's so much to learn about this subject, let's dive right in! 

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