Brand Identity

What does your brand say about your business?

  • Whether it's part of your digital project, or just a standalone rebranding exercise, it's important that your brand represents you effectively.
  • Working with you to understand what you like and don't, our experienced design team can help with brand refreshes or complete rebrands. Our work helps you to always present your business in the best light.
  • By creating detailed visual guidelines and full digital assets, we can help you to apply your brand consistently and in high quality wherever it is used.

Our brand development process:

  • Half a day meeting with you and getting to know your business
  • Development of two or more design concepts that show different approaches
  • Presentation of the concepts for your feedback and iterations
  • Creation of final designs and all the associated assets
  • Web Page Content with SEO Guidelines

  • An important part of your company's branding, and offline marketing is printed material. This may take the form of printedbrochures, exhibition banners, product guides, leaflets, business stationery, annual reports, or packaging.

    01. Consultation

    We will need to get to know you and your business, your ideas and your goal in business, your target clients and much more before we can begin. We also need to know the budget you have put aside for marketting. You want a piece of advice, don't cut corner!

    02. Initial Concept

    Based on our understanding of your business, we will create an initial concept for marketing, cost analysis and getting your approval before proceeding. Creating the right content takes time, so be patient.


    Integration and consistency is the key to a professional content marketing. Your logo, your stationery, your business name, your web domain name, the content on your website your terms and conditions of your business, privacy statement, GDPR regulation, all will have to be integrated and be consistent with each other. Any contradictory content can be really a costly mistake.