It may be a cliche, but it is true that you only get one chance to make a first impression. What do you want your business to say about you? Once you have decided, then take time to think through the look and how best to convey a lasting impression to your new and potential customers. Your logo and brand plays a key role in this.
We live in such busy, fast moving times that many people need help to make the right decisions and choices about their business fairly quickly. They have to rely on quality suppliers to support them in their business decisions. Having a strong brand with impact can propel your business above your competitors and help you to win more profitable business.
Upturn are a local council body dedicated to helping individuals set up enterprises by offering advice and support. The brand needed to be strong and proffessional using sympathetic colours and fonts. Due to the nature of the organisation the logo had to have a corporate and trustworthy feel.
An entertainment's industry holding company, the brief that Iniquity Dens gave was to create a brand image that suggested a 'religious demeanor' but with a cheeky, controversial twist. The result is a striking logo carried through to stationery and a website.
Divine Rocks provide affordable divine jewellery at fabulous prices. They source jewellery from all over the world. The required a logo that was chic and simple that could be used on labels an dtags as well as a website and clothing. We were also commissioned to do the photography for the promotional literature. The results are simply divine!
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A user-friendly Web Design Service, WSTD offers clients an easy off the shelf website at a low cost. The brief for the brand was fresh and colourful with a nod to the notion of a superhero character. The concept was carried through from stationery the web site graphics with great success.
Denied Reality; a computer game and software computer; needed a rebrand that had a youthful fun appeal but that also indicated a technological know-how. We tried a few concepts before we ended up with this final result.
In need of a rebrand, Netsource had a tired and dated image. The compamy has two arms and so the brand needed to be transferable in different colour schemes. The logo would be used on stationery and website and was required to be punchy and fresh.