Pssst! We hear you need Brand Guidelines

The Content Bureau is your secret weapon.

Your brand is evolving, and you need a style guide to define your company’s design and editorial guidelines—and ensure they’re being used consistently in the marketing content you produce. The Content Bureau is here to help.

For more than fifteen years, we’ve been creating high-quality style guides for global corporations in technology, financial services, and many other industries. Our clients use style guides to ensure their marketing teams—both in-house and outsourced—are all working with the company’s latest brand preferences.

Call us to help you create the following brand guidelines:

  • Design guidelines. Our style guide designers can create a document outlining your company’s brand strategy (vision/mission, positioning, messaging, manifesto); visual design guidelines (logo, clearspace do’s & don’ts, color palette, typographic style, photography style, supporting graphics); collateral guidelines (identity, brochures, advertising); and digital guidelines (website, landing pages, web advertising, emails).
  • Editorial guidelines. Our style guide writers can help you describe your company’s preferred editorial style and tone, proper use of company and product names, word and acronym lists, detailed trademarking guidelines, spelling and grammar, formatting and style conventions, use of keywords and metatags, and other editorial preferences.

As with all Content Bureau projects, our style guide writers and designers will handle any work you don’t want to do yourself. We can edit or update an existing brand guidelines document, or create a new one from scratch. We’ll deliver it in your format of choice: Word, PowerPoint, your own InDesign template, or one we design for you. We’ll make sure your brand preferences are easy to follow—and both look and sound as stunning as your brand.

" The copy guidelines have been a huge help—thank you! "

—Michelle Perroton, Demandforce

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