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Brand Identity Mockup

Free Mockup for pro-designers

How are your brand identity design projects coming along? Do you find the workload of adjusting all the items a little overwhelming? If that’s the case, fear not, DesignBro is here to help! We created a smart mockup that will save you lots of time.

One flat design file turns to mockup

This clever mockup allows you to edit & design the flat brand identity items (logo, letterhead, business cards, compliment slips & envelopes), but automatically presents them in a great mockup. In other words, save hours of time while presenting your client with a great visual.

How it works.

Just adjust the smart object of the “CHANGE IDENTITY DESIGN HERE” layer to make changes to the Stationary items. By double-clicking the smart object thumbnail, you will be redirected to Illustrator.

That will allow you to make changes to all the different stationery items in one Illustrator file. By saving the Illustrator file, all the changes made within the grid of the “Stationery Sizes” layer will appear in Photoshop. Boom- simple as that you’ve got your awesome looking visual with a click of the button.

Next, change colors of the shadows on the items within the different groups. In order to save the file in JPEG, use “Save for web” (File > Export > Save for web) and choose the preset “JPEG High”.

Both in Letter & A4

The 3D Brand Identity Mockups are in both EU and US sizes. All you need to adjust is one smart object to complete the entire brand identity.

Free for personal & commercial use.

The 3D Brand Identity Mockups are free for personal and commercial use.
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File Format: PSD
Layers: Smart Objects
Dimensions: 3543 x 3543 Pixels
File Size: 57 MB

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Written by Natalia

Natalia is an admirer of design and the arts. Takes care of marketing at DesignBro. In free time loves to visit museums and teach photography.

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