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The booklet that answers all your work worries

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14:15 PM | 14 June 2017
by Hollie Wong
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Designer and Creative Director Ozan Karakoc has created a booklet to answer all your branding questions.

Ever struggled with those pessimistic work thoughts that creep into your brain every now and again?

Well Multi-disciplinary Designer and Creative Director Ozan Karakoc is here to help you. His It's Ok promotional booklet answers all the questions Brand Owners typically struggle with.

Created for potential clients, It’s OK gives hints and tips that'll solve even the most dfficult questions Brand Owners could face.

Pessimistic thoughts like "My logo looks outdated", "My product is really good but nobody knows about it", and "My website doesn't fulfil my clients' needs", don every page, with supportive answers always beginning with “It’s OK”.

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