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brand design audit

Welcome to your FREE Brand & Design Audit with NM Creates, an exclusive service for Branding by Zaria clients. 


First of all, congratulations on taking the step to level up your business with brand photography! It really has made such a difference to my business, absolutely worth the investment. It’s a very exciting time for a business owner! 


Now, let's get into your Brand & Design Audit!


What is a Brand Design Audit?

Simply put - this audit looks at how your business is viewed from your customer’s eyes coupled up with the business goals. Your brand is your most valuable asset. Here are 5 benefits of having an audit:

  • Identify the strengths, weaknesses, opportunities to your brand

  • Discover the perceptions of your business

  • Align your offerings with customer’s expectations

  • Where you stand next to your competition

  • Redefine your brand strategy

Lets get you booked in!

We’ll book you in for a 30 min consultation so I can get to your business and ideal audience a little better. We’ll have a chat about any areas you feel are needing some work and I’ll also gather all the details I’ll need in order to do your audit. 


What I’ll be looking at:

  • Logo & branding

  • Advertising and marketing

  • Website

  • Social media presence

  • Unique Selling Points - are they being conveyed?

  • Ways you could improve the customer’s experience


By looking at these areas we can consider what is and isn’t working and I will also make design recommendations that will improve & help to grow your business too. You’ll get a PDF report on ways you can improve which enhances your customers' experience and in the end grows your business, through graphic design and branding.


I'll be in touch to book you in within 24 hours!

What Our Clients Say


Lindsey, Mia Bella Boxes

I honestly don’t know where to start. My session with Nicola really helped me put what I needed to do into perspective. My new website was so much easier to manage with her help and advice as was my 'design to do' list. I highly recommend this if you need some clarity!

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