Advertising/Branding We reckon we did our bit to help win young, progressive councillor Sam Broughton‘s Mayoral Campaign for Selwyn this year. Sam needed an advertising campaign for his Mayoral bid which reflected his values and personality. The campaign we came up with together focussed on his approachability, capability, and vision for the future. Clearly a winning combination!
Web/Branding LA apiarist and Beekeeper-To-The-Stars, Ruth Askren’s business was growing, and it was time for her brand name and visual identity to reflect the true nature of her business. According to brief, her new branding and web design achieves a look that is earthy, raw and tribal, while still being slick enough to work in a big-city context. thehivetribe.com
Web/Branding Appreciation Engine helps businesses to track customer behaviour across multiple social channels, and enables them to reach out to customers with a tailored approach. We know Appreciation Engine from way back, and were very happy to help when they approached us for a redesign and front-end development of their application management platform. appreciationengine.com
Web/Branding Lisa came to us wanting a branding and a website for her new life coaching business. She needed to convey some pretty emotional, soul searching ideas to a mainly highly scientific and analytical audience. Together we reached a logo that achieved that balance, and a website with enough meat to satisfy the most sceptical visitors. … Continue reading LifeLab
Branding Jane and her young daughter Grace were all set with a business plan to sell icecream to beach-goers in summer hot-spot Kaiteriteri. They had the perfect place to park up their caravan, some lovely 50s-style bits and pieces to decorate with, but no logo. We were quickly on the same page with a direction, and Jane and Grace … Continue reading Gracie Jane’s
Web/Branding We stayed in the small, West Coast town of Okarito (can you call a settlement of 32 people a town?) as winter turned to spring, and fell in love with it. The well-kept, nostalgic wooden houses and the evidence of creative lives lived in this tiny place drew us in. Admittedly, so did the excellent coffee (and … Continue reading Okarito Sandfly Repellent
Web/Branding Ngā Manu Nature Reserve in Waikanae contains the last stretch of original coastal lowland swamp forest on the Kapiti Coast. Being such a unique slice of New Zealand’s natural history, we were thrilled to be chosen to rebrand the reserve and to create an easy-to-use website to help boost visitor numbers. ngamanu.co.nz
Web/Branding Our good friends, horsewhisperer-and-vet team Anna and Claudio de Sacchi, wanted help with branding and a web presence for their new vet clinic in Barao de São Joao, Portugal. NaturaVet is a clinic-with-a-difference; a holistic practice using western medicine alongside traditional techniques such as acupuncture and Traditional Chinese Medicine. We reckon the photos of dogs blissing out as Claudio … Continue reading NaturaVet
Web/Branding David O’Donnell’s organic dairy farm in Palmerston North supplies top quality milk to the big players, but he was looking to brand his raw milk and organic produce for sale at the farm gate. David wanted his holistic approach reflected in the logo and website – the soil, the seasons, the plants his jerseys eat … Continue reading Three Oaks Organic
Web/Branding Ferienhaus Eldorado is a thatched-roof farmhouse and converted barn holiday house in northern Germany. Near the coast, far from the city, the property offers a quiet, romantic retreat from busy day-to-day life. When owners, Tom and Sabine got in touch needing branding and a web presence, we created a simple, whimsical logo for them, and a easy-to-manage website to … Continue reading Eldorado holiday accommodation
Web/Branding After working long enough for the man, Heath and his partner Bethany were ready to start their own asphalting company. Knowing that these guys were creative, with a love of music and tattoo culture, we came up with a name, logo and website with enough personality to keep them smiling through that tough start-up phase. gravelandtar.co.nz
Branding In a google search, Melbourne photographer Brence Coghill‘s first name hits the first page without even trying. We used this to best advantage with his new logo, settling on a one-word brandmark. Brence’s taste was clear from the beginning – slick, high-end design with a hint of clever to keep you on your toes.
I haven’t posted drawings for the last couple of days – sorry! I have two good excuses for this: 1. We are currently camping in paradise, and I’ve been distracted by the view. 2. I have been finishing off my own logo, perhaps the hardest job in the world. It’s a self-portrait icon, echoing elements … Continue reading The hold up