It’s time for a Bad Feng Shui update, this time for businesses who might want to pay more attention to the Feng Shui of their public presentations!
Bad Feng Shui in the Entryway
Here’s a real, live entrance to a medical office, a place you need and expect to be pristinely clean. Patients arriving here will not be comforted by their first impression of dirt and trash:
One possible solution? A moveable row of bushy plants on wheels that allows the maintenance crew to do their job while screening arriving patients and medical professionals from the filth and grime.
A Logo with Bad Feng Shui
When I first saw this real-estate broker’s sign I literally thought it said “Not For Sale,” because of the huge N and the red background, which conjured up a Stop sign in my mind.Am I crazy or do you see what I mean?
Color and typography to the rescue — this logo needs just a simple fix to be truly inviting to potential buyers!