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New Branding Work from Truly Deeply

It’s been a little while since we showcased our latest brand identity work. We’ve been pretty busy over the last couple of years working on brands for clients across a whole range of categories from education to property, food to festivals, and health to technology.…

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WWF Visual Identity Re-Design adds to the Messaging of the Brand

WWF Visual Identity Re-Design Adds to the Brand Messaging In a clever piece of brand identity design extension, designer; Yana Makarevich uses the existing shapes of the iconic WWF panda into three other endangered species animal silhouettes. Whilst none of the new three animals has…

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Brand value and the importance of brand guidelines

With the recent release of The Guardians brand guidelines, we look at the importance of guidelines with direct insight from Chris Clarke, deputy creative director at The Guardian.  In an interview with online journal ‘Its Nice That’ Clarke speaks out about the challenge to unify…

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Brand and packaging refresh for Delatite Wines

After many months in the making, we are proud to reveal our new brand work for Delatite Wines. This includes a new brand positioning, identity and packaging that brings to life the true spirit of the brand. The new identity system now provides a clear…

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Our lovely new Brand Strategy & Brand identity Design for the Litmus Group

The Litmus group is a market leading niche international management consulting company who needed to rephrase their brand to better fit their highly differentiated approach business proposition.

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Coles, clever brand stretch or caught red-handed diluting their brand?

The famous and annoying catch cry, “down, down” and the big red finger might actually carry far greater symbolism for Coles and their reputation than they realise. As the brand becomes more elastic and focuses on ‘stretch, stretch how far can we stretch’, could this…

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Fresh Brand Design Typography

From a technical perspective, developing unique visual properties for your brand should be a critical deliverable for every brand identity project. But then, beyond that is the magic that happens when a brand designer creates something truly unique – in this case an amazing typeface…

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