Your company’s visual design language – a complete system of logos, colors, typography, and photography that represent your brand’s look and feel. It’s what sets you apart from the endless sea of competitors and showcases to the world what they can expect from working, buying and interacting with you.
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Before design work can begin, we’ll take a thorough look into how your brand is currently positioned and perceived. Let’s identify your direct competitors, develop a distinct target audience, and build a brand persona that will attract consumers and position your company for success.
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Great design direction distills the complex nature of a brand into something that is utterly simple yet very thought-out. Every element from color palettes and typography to logo placement and photography are carefully selected for purpose and consideration. A confidently crafted design direction has the ability to speak volumes without saying one single word.
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Your logo is the cornerstone of your identity as it communicates who you are, how you are perceived, and what you value as a brand. Whether it’s modernizing an existing logo or developing one from scratch, let’s create a memorable mark that will leave a lasting impression with your consumers.
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Stationary & Company Swag
Beautifully crafted stationary and swag give your business instant credibility. They showcase that your brand is top in class and a must to do business with to prospective and current clients. Especially in today’s digital age, these printed pieces can set you apart from the plethora of competition.
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A comprehensive document which captures all of the visual and verbal assets needed to successfully represent your brand. It sets standards for element usuage and ensures that your look, feel, and voice remain consistent across all platforms.
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Packaging is one of the most valuable opportunities for shaping perception. Whether you’re starting from a blank canvas, refreshing a current look, or reconstructing a complete collection, let’s brainstorm, ideate, and develop a visual system that will jump off the shelves.