The Independent Healthcare charity needed help expressing who they are and what they wanted to do. Together Design’s fresh and clear identity does exactly that, with engaging illustrations and typographic clarity giving it a real stand-out in the sector.
Energy Group provides support in project management for the largest firms on our market. Brantt were set the task of creating an image which emphasized a professionalism based on expertise and experience. On the basis of a strategy which Brantt drew up, a system came into being confirming the efficiency and reliability of a firm caring deeply for the quality of services provided.
Tokyo-based design agency Pyramid Film Quadra Inc. commissioned the overall branding and art direction of the desktop and mobile websites for their own project ‘Ad App Awards’, an internet award program. Designed by More Air.
Adapt Low Carbon Group brings together a broad range of expertise and business activities in the low carbon sector. It was identified that the organisation required a group brand, which would unify and endorse the related and complementary companies in their portfolio. The Click created the name, Adapt, and subsequently delivered the roll out of the new brand, which included stationery, exhibition graphics, brand guidelines and a website.
Also featured here is the Adapt Commercial branding. Adapt Commercial is one of four sub brands under the umbrella of Adapt Low Carbon Group. Adapt Commercial is a consultancy business who help their clients to understand and reduce carbon emissions in their respective organisations.
QT Hotels approached Maud to design a brand for their first of several spas around Australia, with the stipulation that the identity of each should be inspired by the culture of its location, the first being on Australia’s iconic Gold Coast. Maud took inspiration from colourful beach huts and natural stocks to create a vibrant and approachable brand that avoids the expected. The Logo and information sit on a clean pattern free surface, always opposed by an individual and striking pattern. This juxtaposition is designed to suggest the idea of stress & relief.
At Fieldwork, they make sure to keep a good balance between client work and in-house projects. Fieldwork needed a visual identity flexible enough to work across anything from project proposals and invoices, through fun prints and publications, all the way to super geeky stuff like code projects and gadgets.
Through a process of iteration, Fieldwork developed the simple identity you see on this page and across the website. Then Fieldwork worked on a collection of visual materials to bring the character of our company to life. It’s a work-in-progress, and always will be.
Business cards, letterhead and envelope letterpress printed on Crane’s Lettra paper. Designed by Daniel Renda.