Nela Dunato Art & Design | Logo & Brand Identity Designer

Impress Your Clients with Human Centered Branding

Helping experts look marvellousremarkable since 2005

The Human Centered Brand by Nela Dunato

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The Human Centered Brand:
A Practical Guide to Being Yourself in Business

I wrote down everything I think small business owners and creatives should know about branding. The result is this comprehensive guide that helps you grow meaningful relationships with your clients and your audience.

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Branding is a journey, not a destination

Creating remarkable brands requires vision, time, and willingness to dig deep. I'm dedicated to helping a select number of clients with all their branding and design needs, using a process that reliably gives results: beautiful, meaningful, and lasting brands.

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1. Brand Strategy Consulting

Get clear, confident, and ready to transform into a remarkable brand

3. Website Design

Beautiful WordPress design and development for websites that inform and delight

4. Continued Design Collaboration

Eye-catching print and web graphics provided at the pace that your business needs

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“Nela was fabulous to work with! Somehow, she was able to take my vague guidance and turn it into an image that was not only exactly what I had in mind, but was even better than anything I could have imagined! I was blown away at her creativity.”

Nadia Setzer

Owner of Wild Woman Journeys

Fresh from the blog

Art “just” a hobby? + Creepy portrait drawing process video

Art “just” a hobby? + Creepy portrait drawing process video

In today’s episode of Nela’s Art Chat, I’ll show you my process of drawing the sketch “Skin deep”, while talking about a subject I feel is quite important: what if you don’t want to be a professional artist? What if you want to remain an amateur forever, or at least at the moment? There’s a lot of pressure on creatives to earn money with their skills, and I can tell you from personal experience that sometimes it’s not a wise thing to do. I’m much happier keeping my drawing and painting practice personal, and I’ll tell you why I made this choice. Read more...

What I did during my Summer Social Media Sabbatical 2019

What I did during my Summer Social Media Sabbatical 2019

I take regular social media sabbaticals in order to clear my mind and make more time for creativity and proper rest. This year I was unplugged from all social media channels for over two months–from mid-June to the end of August. Here's an update on what I did while I was away... Read more...

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