By activating identity on multiple levels; from strategy, brand building and positioning to design, we deliver outstanding identities, differentiation, and measurable results.
Positioning and visual identity
In 2018, Irma presented a new business strategy. As a result, we were assigned to develop a new positioning, and furthermore to update Irma’s visual identity in order for it to fully support the new positioning and strategic direction – A change in design is the strongest marker of change.
Strategy and Corporate design
Following the strategy-work we did for Willumsen’s Museum, we have created a new visual. An identity that holds more than just the artist himself – but now to a greater extent, holds J.F. Willumsen’s spirit.
Corporate strategy and design
In close cooperation with NKT, we advised strategically on naming and dna, we developed tagline, core story and positioning, and finally manifested all this into a new visual identity that expressed the novelty of NKT, while maintaining the current values and purpose as well as their strong heritage.
Byggesocietetet – visual identity
The new visual identity for Byggesocietetet embraces both the traditions and the future that the organization faces while rejuvenating the perception of the industry to attract a younger target group.
econic – Visual identity
The two Dutch companies FCTR E and Zon, joined forces to create an e-home company that will accelerate the transition towards more sustainable heating and energy consumption in European homes. We have created a new visual identity for the new company, econic.
Fenucure Medical is on a journey towards expanding both the product portfolio and growth into new markets. We have contributed to the strategic brand positioning and the packaging design of the new product series.
Coop 365 visual identity
We have created the visual identity for the Coop 365 concept. With the green colour, they wish to send a clear signal of the green focus that Coop 365 will pursue.
Ozloo brand identity
The global pet supplements market is growing rapidly. COVID-19 has caused an increase in pet adoptions, and the surge in online demand has shaped new ways to market products directly to pet owners, creating an opening for smaller, innovative brands to rise and challenge the established pet food giants.
The company finds itself in an increasingly competitive market, and following the introduction of a new management team, Hamlet Protein wished for a common starting point. This reinforced the need for defining who they are, what they do and what sets them apart from their competitors.
Co:Play naming and visual identity
In times of digitalisation and tech domination, new opportunities and challenges emerge. We created a bold identity for Co:Play that breaks with the conventions and the regular expression that we see in many law firms today, as they are truly different.