UK Energy Tech Startup ‘Labrador’ Rebranded by SomeOne

SomeOne has rebranded Labrador, a relatively new startup that helps UK consumers switch between different energy providers. The London-based tech firm has developed a smart device – dubbed “Retriever” – that plugs into a home broadband router and automatically makes a so-called ‘frictionless’ switch between different energy suppliers as and when cheaper deals become available. […]
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Carter Wong Rebrands Protean Electric

Electric automotive technology company Protean Electric has unveiled a new logo and identity designed by London-based studio Carter Wong. The agency was first approached by Protean back in 2017, as the business sought to overhaul its identity that was deemed to be lacking “structure and clarity”. “The previous visual identity was a little tired and had struggled […]
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Hyundai Reveals Name and Logo of All-New Electric Car

Hyundai has announced the name of its first dedicated electric vehicle due for launch in 2016: the Hyundai IONIQ. The new car will be made available with electric, hybrid, and plug-in hybrid powertrains – the first car from any manufacturer to package these three powertrain options in a single body type according to Hyundai. “The new car’s name references […]
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999 Launch Re-Brand for ‘Spark Energy’

Spark Energy is currently one of the UK’s fastest growing independent suppliers of gas and electricity, principally to the rental market. The Selkirk-based company signed a deal earlier this year with Morgan Stanley to buy direct from the wholesale markets, enabling them to go head-to-head with the UK’s ‘Big Six’ energy suppliers. 999 Design recently […]
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Sinchi Oil Logo

BandU is a graphic design office operating out of Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia’s capital city. Fellow Mongolian company Sinchi Oil was looking to revise and update its visual identity and subsequently hired BandU to carry out the task. Sinchi Oil, as the name suggests, is heavily involved in the Mongolian petroleum industry. Crucial to the business’ previous […]
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