We have worked on a number of campaigns that include a full suite of graphic design and marketing skills.
This client asked for a re-brand. We kept the lightening bolt but changed it from red to green, modernized the styling and took that theme right across their stationery and even their vehicle signage. The goal was ‘recognizable branding’. The images and colours used inspire trust and know-how about technology.
The aim with the branding for Illuma Consulting was to give an instant impression of modern, contemporary style. To create warmth and inspiration with the images, we suggested a ‘book mark’ with an incredible sky image and quote. We elaborated on this theme in the website and designed supportive material for the client to use in their blog and email newsletter.
This logo had to be simple and represent fitness with one symbol. We chose the exclamation mark in red on a yellow background – strong primary colours, with almost a cartoon style font.
This company run a very unique business and requested a ‘look and feel’ in their supporting marketing material that stood out from the crowd. They also wanted us to incorporate some imagery that reflected a standard of ‘excellence’.
We used positive, energetic images of people and kept the ‘constant’ of the gold frame throughout the marketing.
Port Office Hotel
This client was looking for ways to grow their ‘regular’ customers so we created some supporting material to help promote loyalty.
This client ran their business almost completely from their website and just wanted to have beautiful stationery for when they posted out their products.
This client needed ‘the lot’. We designed a logo, business card and stationery that would appeal to their target market.
We also created a strategy for their launch including corporate gifts, powerpoint show and unique materials to help keep their brand ‘the first port of call’ for their clients.
This client was looking for ‘poster’ designs to promote a monthly event. Each poster had to be unique and striking.
We achieved this through the use of powerful photographsand short ‘punchy’ captions.