Through corporate design we build the visual expression of an organization’s DNA and strategy. Our objective is to closely link corporate design with corporate strategy and ensure that the former amplifies and clearly communicates the latter.
To this end we work within the entire portfolio of corporate design, ranging from visual identity and design guidelines to naming and branded movies. All with the single-minded purpose of expressing strategy clearly and uniquely.
Clients often come to us in the need for:
- New visual identity
- Logos, symbols and icons
- Custom typefaces
- Image library
- Design guidelines – offline and online
- Corporate reports such as annual reports, CSR reports, magazines etc.
- Wayfinding and signage
- Branded spaces such as office design, fair design etc.
- Branded movies
Get in touch
For business inquiries, please contact:
CEO & Founder
+45 22 20 00 64
In 2017, the VELUX Group set the ambition to create a commercial division under the VELUX Brand offering daylight and fresh air for the commercial market. Up until then, VELUX had been a one brand company, with a market leader position in the residential market.
By personifying the art centre – Nikolaj – and letting it speak – “Let there be art”, Nikolaj preaches its passion for art through “Biblical” quotes. By saying, “I’m not a church” – what you see is not necessarily what you get!
GoMore came to us because they needed a symbol that visualised and captured the GoMore identity and experience. In order to design and visualise such a symbol, we needed to understand and clarify exactly what the GoMore identity is, what the GoMore experience entails, and how it makes them unique.
Effective strategies are built on an organisation’s DNA. We help uncover it and shape it into a driver of business results.
Visual identity is the most powerful expression of corporate strategy and the shortest climb to stand above and beyond the competition.
Every effective brand position in new and existing markets must be built on a strategy of relevant and unique differentiation.