Hi! Is it possible to purchase an entire company branding package for In Design? Company portfolio, brand guide, social posts, letterhead, etc. Thanks.
If you mean, does Adobe provide that? The answer is No,
If you can't produce it yourself, there are many graphic designers who could create this for you, for a price.
Thanks Steve for the answer. I just though that most graphic designers I've dealth with create these from templetes they let you choose, so though I might do it myself.
A template would defeat the main purpose of branding: to create a distinctive, recognizable appearance from your products or services. For example, it would be difficult to trademark a logo made from a template "factory."
There are online companies that provide that kind of service, but they are factories that pay their designers very little. I won't recommend them because I believe people need to be paid fairly for their work.
I teach students at Berkeley Extension InDesign and Illustrator classes in the San Francisco Bay Area. They are in a graphic design program where they are learning the skills to become graphic designers - taking a minimum of 10 classes. At the end of it they create a portfolio which they can use to seek to work as graphic designers. They are definitely not learning to use templates.
You can learn a lot by doing it yourself, but it requires learning probably as a minimum, InDesign, Illustrator and Photoshop, as well as skills in picking fonts, typography, color and so on.
Anything's possible. As per Steve Werner, Adobe does not offer canned design solutions, but rather the tools to create such solutions. Canned logo packages exist, but you get what you pay for (generally). Go on Behance or Dribble or even Fiverr. See what's out there. Do some research. The world is teeming with creatives who can solve your problem. Good luck!
I suggest you hook up with a local designer/company to create your identity.
I wouldn't use crowdsourcing sites like Fiverr - bottom of the barrel competition sites are not going to get you anywhere, you have no comeback with the designer, no interaction afterwards, and often the stuff used is stolen from other designs on the internet, opening you up to copyright infringement, and a lot of the people using these crowdsourcing sites as competitions don't care about the end user.
You'll find that the designers are not versed in the correct procedures, and you'll end up paying more after you have dealt with them, to hire people to fix the many issues you did not know about.
Sites that crowdsource designers are called Spec Work.
Please read it and understand that you're better off dealing with a local company that you can call on or into at any time to help develop your business brand.