Refreshing a much loved but outdated brand identity to reconnect a proud local with its community. Truly Deeply creates a new brand strategy and identity for leading health insurer, GMHBA and a new benchmark for regional brands.
Posts Tagged ‘brand identity’
Etto, creating a new brand and category for Italian street food. With quick service traditionally limited to burgers, chicken and pizza, Etto is not only another offer, it is reshaping the category and introducing Italian street food to Australians. Truly Deeply partnered with Etto’s founder to help realise a vision, shape the business and create a thriving brand-led offer.
The 100 Story Building is the brainchild of Jenna Williams, Lachlann Carter and Jess Tran. Williams and Carter previously formed the publishing project for young writers, Pigeon Letters, in which Tran was also heavily involved.
Truly Deeply’s new brand image and packaging helps feminine hygiene brand TOM expand their distribution into Woolworths, Coles and Chemist Warehouse.
Spudbar was founded in Melbourne in 2000, born out of a frustration at the lack of a healthy, great tasting, healthy feed that was quick, convenient and value for money.
An inspiring new urban playground, it’s a free jumping revolution! Truly Deeply creates the name, brand strategy, identity and environmental design for Australia’s first trampoline universe.
From technology geeks to festivarians, Ferve is the new ticketing brand that not only makes ticketing easy it loves and helps shape festival culture. Truly Deeply creates a new name and brand identity, so eFirst can grow their ticketing business.
Advancing workplace productivity. A new identity for a B2B brand that helps Australia’s largest organisations to simplify complexity, see the unseen and realise new opportunities.