Charene Creative Launches Responsive Website for Geauga County Republican Party

Charene Creative, a branding + digital design agency, just launched a responsive website for Geauga County Republican Party. The website at http://geaugagop.com/ automatically adapts to personal computers, tablets or smartphones. Responsive web design was created so a person can visit a website from a computer, a phone or a tablet and the website automatically changes its resolution and image size to respond to the device the person is using. Just a few years ago, it was routine to create [...]

Give to Your Favorite Charity!

Here at Charene Creative, we feel it’s important to give back and help make the world a better place. Together, we can make this a season of giving instead of getting. Whether you need a brand overhaul or assistance with a single project for print marketing, web design or social media, sign a contract with Charene Creative and we will donate $50 to your favorite charity! Call Charisse at (330) 524-5001 or email info@charenecreative.com today! We'd be [...]

Finding Your Unique Brand Image & Identity

A brand identity is how a brand wishes to be known while a brand image is its personality and how it is perceived from the customer's viewpoint. Two very different things that are often confused and not aligned. Your logo, tagline, domain name, website and brochure are all important elements that make up a brand identity. Your corporate image is what people think of you and the unique contribution you provide to your target customer. If you [...]

Business Cards: Branding in the Digital Age

Between contact management apps and social media, it appears business cards have become a thing of the past, or have they? As technology continues to advance at warp speed, business cards are still a great introduction to your brand and remind people who you are and to connect with you online. It's pretty easy to quickly tell if a company values their brand by looking at their business card. We've seen it all from the good, the [...]

Mobile Search Results: Will Your Website Take a Hit?

Google is making huge changes starting on April 21, 2015 to its search algorithm to accommodate mobile audiences. Their purpose with these changes are to improve the mobile search experience. Not only will they label your site as mobile-friendly or NOT, but they will also use this info to determine if your site should rank higher in mobile search results. What does that mean for any site that's not mobile-friendly? Will those websites completely disappear from search [...]