Making your business stand out from your competition
A strong brand will leave a lasting impression on your clients and help attract new business. It is key to keep your brand uniform across all your stationery and marketing channels to reinforce your presence and make your business immediately recognisable.
Your branding must relate to your industry, keeping in mind your target audience, all while keeping touch with modern design trends.
Our team will help you get the most out of your branding using timeless trends, reusable assets and maintain continuity across all channels.
Impactful, meaningful & most importantly – memorable
Your logo needs to be instantly recognisable. It must be able to stand alone without context and positively portray your brand. It sets the tone for all your marketing, and needs to be compatible with a variety of platforms. It is your business summed up in a single image.
Our team will work tirelessly to create a professional, balanced logo for your business.
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Maintaining a level of brand professionalism
Business stationery includes:
- Business cards
- Email Signatures
- Catalogues & Flyers
- Presentation covers & folders
If it’s good on the outside – it’s good on the inside
Professionally designed product packaging is essential to drive sales of any retail product. Your product packaging needs to effectively advertise the product inside, promote your brand, and stand out from the adjacent competitor products. We put careful thought into all our product packaging designs and work according to your preferred printer’s specifications to make sure everything aligns properly and prints in the correct colours.
Brand continuity is everything!
We will create a branding guide that enforces how your business image is portrayed. Your CI guide can be used by staff for styling internal communication and is the standard go-to document for creative and media agencies.
Your CI guide should include:
- Proper use of your logo
- Allowed fonts and font subsets
- Allowed colours and colour combinations
- Typography and heading styles