Fracture Reality branding

Fracture Reality
Branding for mixed reality agency

Burst Branding

Burst Digital
Branding and web design for London digital print company

Gene Commerce branding

Gene Commerce
Branding and web design for one of the UK's leading ecommerce and software agencies

Metapixel
Branding for a Brighton based 3D scanning and performance capture company

YCAT Branding

Young Classical Artists Trust
Branding and web design for London music charity

Mackenzie Thorpe branding

Mackenzie Thorpe
Branding for one of the North East's leading artists

Branding for Click Databases

Click Databases
Branding and web design

Branding for The Heritage Collection

The Heritage Collection
Branding

Coulsdon College branding

Coulsdon College
Branding for south London sixth form college

Branding for Middle East Electricity

Middle East Electricity
Branding for one of the world's largest power events

F10 Studios branding

F10 Studios
Branding

Waiter's Friend logo and web design

The Waiter's Friend Company
Logo and web design for drinks accessories company

The branding process

Brand evaluation

For brand updates, we’ll start by reviewing the current branding and how effectively that currently reflects the aims and aspirations of the business. For new businesses, we’d discuss the background, plans and positioning. These first stages will help refine the brief and define the aims of the project.

Brand identity development

Following the brief and evaluation phase, we’d develop a range of visual responses to the brief. These would demonstrate the evolution and development of potential solutions, ultimately informing the most effective brand identity visual to be taken forward.

Delivery

Final deliverables would be a package of brand assets to be used for all communications. These would also usually be supported by a simple brand guidelines document (covering colour palettes, typography, image and logo use) to help ensure consistent application.