Logos and Company Branding
Client: Garden Works
Design Brief: To design an eye catching logo that stands out from other "tradesman" logos
How we helped: Designed a professional, colourful logo and leaflet style that is easily recognisable
Conrad of Garden Works described his new logo as a "breath of fresh air" - and miles away from the usual "Do-it-yourself" clip art logos that some tradesmen tend to think will attract new business. Since Conrad has been promoting his gardening business with his new logo, leafleting and advertising he has seen his business grow month on month.
Client: City Sightseeing Bristol - Open Top Bus tours
Design Brief: To promote a new joint ticket for the bus and the ferry to be used on several print/web mediums
How we helped: Designed a simple, memorable and fun logo that appealed both to tourists and local Bristolians alike
This logo has been very successful and has proved extremely appealing to customers. It has been used on various promotions such as press advertising, leaflets, tickets and vinyl stickers. Sales of the combined ticket have risen by 15% since the introduction of the new logo.
Client: Blue Dot Gallery
Design Brief: To design new logo and company branding to appeal to younger clients
How we helped: Designed a clean, fresh, flexible logo and branding
This fresh, simple logo reflects the galleries modern, no nonsense approach to art. It has been used on several printed materials and press advertisements, shop windows, exhibition panels and van livery.
Client: Tom Hamilton Personal Training
Design Brief: To design a logo, separate iconography and branding that appeals to a variety of clients
How we helped: Designed an active "call-to-action" logo and branding
This logo combines clean, memorable imagery with bright, refreshing colours. The logo had to appeal to both men and women with the accompanying icons showcasing the many types of services that Tom offers. The logo and icons were used in advertisements, promotional leaflets and t-shirts. We are presently developing a website.
Client: Jon Pritchard Loft Conversions
Design Brief: To design a logo to especially appeal to (and target) Bristolian residents
How we helped: Designed a logo and branding combining famous and recognisable Bristol icons with a "home"
This clever logo conveys a professional image whilst keeping the "family owned" feel that Jon was keen to preserve. The use of Clifton Suspension Bridge was used as the base to the "home" to give a local feel to the brand thus giving reassurance to prospective clients. The logo was used on a wide variety of print and promotional materials.