Straight Forward Design Brands New Memory Supplement from CocoaVia

Mars Edge has launched Memory+, a new product in its CocoaVia supplement range that focuses on boosting memory and brain function, with brand and packaging identity by Straight Forward Design. Memory+ is the first sub-brand to focus on a specific health benefit in CocoaVia’s portfolio of daily cocoa extract supplements that are designed to support […]
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Straight Forward Design Brands ‘GoMo’ for Mars in India

Mars Edge, a new business arm of confectionery giant Mars targeting the health and wellness segment, has launched “GoMo” in India, with brand and packaging strategy by Straight Forward Design. GoMo’s first snack range – ‘Dal Crunchies’ – has reportedly been created to help close the nutritional gaps of six- to 18-year-olds throughout the country, […]
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Straight Forward Design Brands New Plant-Based Gelato, ‘Gigi’

Gigi, a new plant-based Italian-style gelato, has just launched with brand and packaging design by London agency Straight Forward Design. Interest in plant-based eating is said to be soaring, and Gigi reckons it has come up with a gelato that is both nutritious and delicious. The branding and packaging therefore incorporates a mix of ‘health’ […]
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Straight Forward Design Brands ‘Happiness’ Start-Up, Haptivate

London-based branding agency Straight Forward Design has created the new identity and business strategy for ‘happiness’ training start-up, Haptivate. The latter’s co-founders, Rosa Connor and James Pacey, claim to have spotted a gap in the market for a more science-based mental-wellness format, and have therefore devised a system of workshops “to help people explore inner […]
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British Leather Brand Tusting Unveils New Logo and Identity

London-based branding agency Straight Forward Design has created the new identity and voice for British leather goods makers, Tusting. For five generations, the family-run manufacturer has designed and created leather goods for high-end British brands such as Aston Martin and Church’s footwear. But the success of this side of the business had seen its own […]
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