Storybook & Co. are a small team of professional planners and stylists who do weddings and events. We helped refresh their logo while designing their branding, social media avatars, and press ads.
We designed a logo and created branding for my younger brother and his business partner's new business called Invilla—that combines the disciplines of architecture, design and drafting.
Connected Platforms is a new Brisbane-based managed IT firm that helps businesses to keep their network systems operating reliably and in peak form. During their startup period we had the opportunity to create a logo and branding around their chosen name.
When I was part of Bean Brewding I helped to create their branding and website via a logo refresh, design of branding elements and colour scheme, plus a range of photography to help tell the story of their blog and Brisbane Coffee Tours.
After the success of the first coffee shop photoshoot for furniture website Jason Agustina, I had the pleasure of undertaking a second shoot—this time at one of Brisbane's landmark coffee locations, Blue Sky Coffee at Newstead.
When looking at SEE's communications, we focused not as much on the machines but the actual beneficial outcome for both operators and society in general. By taking this approach SMART Environmental Equipment’s vision became: 'to create a more sustainable future for generations to come'. After undertaking a video and photoshoot, we created a website and interactive company capability statement.
Welding Wizard is a new local Brisbane business that does mobile welding, MIG, TIG and arc welding, plus other fabrication and repairs. Armed with the business idea and a name, Evocative then started looking at some branding elements—including a logo design—to help get Welding Wizard off the ground and into the marketplace.
While photography as a business offering is often challenging and hard work, it’s still always nice while on holidays to grab the Nikon and spend some time capturing some more artistic and scenic shots. And that’s just what I did on a recent holiday over on North Stradbroke Island (off the coast of Brisbane).
Back when I was doing my honours year at University, I came across a story from a previous honours student who was also majoring in corporate identity. She was writing her thesis on how a rebrand would affect the employees of a company, with the hypothesis that the new look would help breathe new life and energy into the employees while creating better unity that would in turn increase job satisfaction and productivity. But as it turned out, things hadn’t gone that way.
A logo can be almost anything, designed by anyone, and used in any way a business owner or marketing manager sees fit. So what goes into creating a professional logo design that doesn’t happen when a logo is designed by a five-dollar logo website or the office manager’s sister-in-law who has a ripped copy of CorelDRAW?