Offthetopofmyhead and Thinking Room Create Brand Identity for Liferaft

Agencies Offthetopofmyhead and Thinking Room have worked together to create a brand identity for Liferaft, a new “online toolkit” designed to be used by people living with disabilities and their carers. The portal has been set up by start-up company Kuradocs, which was in turn founded by Nicola Murgatroyd, a mother whose child was born […]
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dn&co Creates ‘Networked’ Branding for White City Place

Branding agency dn&co has created the brand for White City Place, the new creative business district at the centre of London’s White City. Located at the house of the former BBC Media Village site, White City Place is being developed by Stanhope and its funding partners Mitsui Fudosan and AIMCo, and is at the heart […]
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Opportunity Catalysts Get New Branding by SomeOne

SomeOne has created the branding for business advice company OC, which claims to help businesses identify new opportunities, realise them or do both. The new identity is centred around a typographic grid that the designers say illustrates how pathways and connections can be formed. A bespoke typographic solution was created at SomeOne, based on creating a clear […]
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Identity Design for IT Training Provider, ‘BIT Academy’

BIT Academy is an IT training centre located in Prishtina, the capital city of Kosovo. The centre offers and provides computer courses focused on network engineering, with a Cisco Certified Network Associate (CCNA) certification program forming the core of the institute’s curriculum. Design trio Berin Hasi, Granit Halili, and Pleurat Bytyqi, all from Kosovo, were […]
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Identity Design for Digital Consultancy ‘Metronet’

Metronet is a digital marketing consultancy that delivers services such as SEO, PPC management, analytics tracking and web design to a wide range of clients. Norwegian creative agency Work in Progress was appointed by Metronet to design its logo. Lead graphic designer and Work in Progress co-founder Torgeir Hjetland took visual influence from early computer […]
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