More Than A Logo
When you think of companies like Nike, Target, and McDonald's; what is the first thing that comes to your mind? Well, their logo might not be the first thing you think of but if you saw their logo with no additional context, would you know what brand it was? Of course you would, because that is how powerful a good logo can be. Your business might not be as big as Nike, Target, or McDonald's but it still stands to reason that if a client can recognize your brand by your logo then that logo is doing its job. A good logo takes a lot of thought to make. It needs business context and it needs to be easily readable by a consumer. That is where we come in. We can help design your business a logo that not only stands out in a good way, but also makes sense within the context of your business. And once we have designed it, we will size it up in all manner of ways so that you can put it anywhere.
Your Brand Identity is exactly what it says it is. It is how your clients recognize your brand. This is done with a personalized logo that does more than just represent your brand. We will work with you to design the perfect logo for your business that says everything you could ever want to tell your clients, without saying a word.
Brand Development focuses around taking your vision for your brand and developing it further. We can take a great concept and make it a reality. This involves research into your brand and what it is that makes you unique from your competitors.
Iconography covers any of the small graphics you need to make your brand stand out from the rest. Regardless of where these icons might go, be it on your website, brochures, or emails, they will always make you stand out to your clients.
Illustration covers any of the larger graphics needed for your brand. These could be designs that go on your products, or personalized graphics that represent your brand like an image of a mascot.
Packaging is all about how your product arrives to your customers. Sure you can send your product in a standard cardboard box, but that is a missed opportunity to further develop your brand. If you had the chance to impress your customers before they ever even see your product, why wouldn't you do it?
Verbal Identity governs how your brand communicates with its potential clients. It is important to have a consistent verbal identify as not to confuse your clients and take away from your established identity. For instance, if your brand takes a humorous approach to it's social media accounts, then that whimsical attitude should carry over across all of your social media accounts.