Is your brand in need of a bit of pazazz?
With Brand DING! Thinking inside of the box isn’t even an option.
Look no further for extremely fresh & original ideas for any organisation looking to tap into a sacred & creative resource.
I’m Liam and I graduated with a FIRST-Class Degree (BBA Hons) in Business Management from Lancaster University. I’m excited to offer my top-notch linguistic and visionary skills to you in a slick package that is guaranteed to take your business to the next level.
You will receive.
- 1 Hour One-on-One downloadable Video Session, or
- 1 Hour Meetup, in the flesh, in Glastonbury, Somerset.
In the session we will go into depth about the spirit of your organisation and what your objectives are. We will generate ideas that will communicate clearly to your supporters and, through skilful use of the language, we will create an incredibly simple and poetic face for your organisation. This new identity will accurately reflect your true intentions and will empower you to sprinkle your supporters with love from above.
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Check out the first Brand DING! project for our friend Salah who is offering pyramids to be used to aescetically bolster your garden and provide a structure that will help your garden grow.
Salah and I met up for a coffee and he laid out his business idea of his garden pyramids. I knew the branding had to be practical and straight forward to cater to customers who would be perusing their local garden centre. The brand name “Garden Pyramidz” means that his product would be easy to search for and, not only does the Z make it stand out without confusing the customer, it also allowed for the logo to transition from 2 dimensional text to a 3 dimensional image.
I developed this first draft on photoshop and we reviewed it together.
It required more depth and dimensionality. I wanted to make it look like the pyramids of egypt and was not surprised to find that the river nile runs through the pyramids much like the aforementioned Z. The pyramids could be moved around easily to achieve this goal whilst also ensuring that the consumer could see clearly that the pyramids came in three different sizes.
We sent out the first draft to a professional graphic designer along with our notes and they came back with the final product: