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The Garden Shed magazine is a seasonal, digital magazine with design and business tools to help startups.

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As a graphic designer, I meet so many businesses who aren't sure what they need to do to make their business dream a reality or they want to take their business to the next level.  So I started up this magazine to help with business advice, ideas, resources and simple ways to help you promote yourself on social media.

In this seventeenth issue for Autumn 2024, I have kept the Ultimate Branding Checklist in this issue as I have had such great feedback on it.  This checklist gives all the steps to help make your branding be more aligned with your customer niché and your values, and it will also help create a visual brand that will have your dream clients finding you and they will be excited to use your services. Your brand is your visual representation of your business, so it’s really important to get it right the first time.

Also included in this issue, I give tips on Instagram and I give you a page of the anatomy of a brand board. I also advise on tips to finding a professional graphic designer and explain stock image websites.

So sign up below and download this issue today and stay tuned for the next Summer issue.
Once you sign up, you will also receive all future issues.

21 PAGE AUTUMN 2024 ISSUE OUT NOW!

IN ISSUE 17

•  The Ultimate Branding Checklist  •  Instagram Tips and Tricks
•  Tips for Finding a Professional Graphic Designer •  Stock Image Websites
•  Autumn Colour Palettes  •  30 Days of Instagram Posts  •  Brand Visual Checklists
•  Design Font Crimes  
•  Monthly Planners  •  Be Your Own Boss   •  and more

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‘The Garden Shed Magazine is a great resource for anyone start up business looking for handy tips, great stories, advice and ideas for design and marketing. I am starting my florist business so it’s been a great starting tool on what I need to do.’

Stacey,   Milly Street Florist

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