As we’ve stated elsewhere, this logo is an important contributory factor in giving the CMA a solid foundation for its brand.
A possible sister company for Law Absolute, KW&G was going to be a recruiting company specialising in professional recruitment (rather than law sector recruitment) and we were asked to look at branding for the new company. Shown here is part of the presentation that reflected our original Law Absolute branding whilst being a strong brand in its own right.
A small, two-man start-up advertising agency that wanted a logotype to give the impression that they were larger than they actually were. A strong logo.
We met this lady at an exhibition for start up companies. She impressed us with her determination to bring natural and scientific methods together for a range of health related products - and she has made it work.
A major branding guidelines exercise for Ernst & Young to combine its law firms around the world under one brand. This necessitated taking into consideration points like the legal requirements for letterheadings in the different countries. A massive and detailed piece of work. Ernst & Young were pleased with our work and entered us for a LEMAS design award (which we won!).
We’re not sure everybody’s child is this angelic but then yours is - right?
A well-known name in the field of market research, ICM asked us to develop a simple set of branding guidelines including a strong logo that could be utilised for different divisions as the company evolved. A successful investment.
Part of the original logo and branding concept for an e-commerce company selling holiday and leisure wear. Suits you for the girls.
We just like this logotype! We were approached by a highly positioned contact and asked to develop 2 or 3 logo options for what we were told would be “the world’s largest financial organisation”.
This is the option we liked.
A highly technical product relating to intelligent learning systems. You know about that don’t you?
Another undercover logotype/branding exercise – this time with the packaging element added to the equation. This was for a South African drinks company who were testing the market for flavoured vodkas.
We love this one. So simple. And it works. Used on stationery items and retail outlet fascia.