Digital Consultant & Director
Developing and maintaining a visual identity which supports the attainment of business objectives is serious business. “Who are we?” “Where are we going?”. Questions like these can be addressed through brand identity, while an audience might even feel attachment or ownership over an organisation’s philosophy. In general branding companies create a visual identity which consists of a logo and supporting devices which have been assembled within a set of brand guidelines.
An oft-overlooked but essential component of a brand strategy. Brand guidelines govern how a visual identity is applied in any of a company’s many touch points. Advertisements, apparel, point of sale, website, company vehicles, email signatures, collateral and anything else presenting the company to both internal and external stakeholders. Your creative agency should supply brand guidelines confirming colour palettes, typefaces, page layouts and so on; establishing and affirming a brand’s identity.
Two major intertwined components of your organisation’s visual identity. A graphic design studio will produce a logo and associated brand guidelines which determine the course a website should take visually. So whether you have a website or not, approaching logo and website design in the one project is usually your best option. Where a good website has already been completed but it has been decided to update the brand, the website’s styling can generally be modified to accommodate the new brand’s colour palette and styling etc, though this is sub-optimal to one design agency designing the logo and website in unison.
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We are a small, approachable team who love to make things happen. That is to say, we love to see a project through from start to finish. Every member of our team has considerable experience working in many of the world’s leading digital agencies, on many of the world’s biggest brands, in the world’s biggest markets. Our diverse and multi-talented team come from all over the globe, including Sweden, France, England, Singapore, Denmark, Australia and of course, New Zealand. We live and breath design, technology and commerce. And we’re here to solve complex business problems for growth-seeking organisations.