Posts Tagged ‘online branding’

Spudbar shop front south yarra

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. Read the rest of this entry »

Set That Brandmark

Set That is a new social commerce website that is set to revolutionise online shopping. Set That lets consumers explore ‘sets’ of products that have been compiled and curated by other site users.

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Turnbull Bros Web site header

A Juicy New Web Site Design. To much fanfare, our fresh new web site for Turnbull Bros. was launched this week. The new web site represents the most recent execution of the new brand positioning and brand identity project that we have developed for Turnbull Bros. The rest of the project is featured here.

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Inspired Gift Cards

Today we proudly unveil our new brand identity design for Inspired Gift Cards. A new Australian online retailer, Inspired Gift Cards provides an innovative solution to the gift-giving headache, and is just in time for Christmas!

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Comdain-logo-header-image

Comdain Infrastructure, a utility engineering specialist, needed to differentiate itself in its market and from its sister company Comdain Homes, yet keep some link to the heritage and the parent brand Comdain Group.

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Jag Capital Logo

Differentiated Brand Identity for the Business and Finance Sector. Jag Capital approached Truly Deeply to strategically and creatively develop their brand positioning and identity. Jag Capital is a new venture capital firm with a focus on the energy and mining industries.

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Callista

Callista is a software development company who design and build administration systems for universities. We were initially engaged to drive the brand definition process in order to provide the organisation with clarity around their market proposition and competitive positioning.

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