Brand creation for TruckWild – a unique off-grid glamping experience.
Brand guidelines creation for truckWild, featuring logo usage, colour palette and fonts.
Logo creation for MD Technical who were looking for a modern monogram design with subliminal meaning.
Salsa Vida wanted a logo design which captured the essence of the fiery and fun nature of dance. Bold, passionate colours were used alongside a fluid typeface, with the florish on the 'a' giving the feeling of movement.
Weston-super-Mare Chamber of Commerce
I had the privilege of updating the logo for the Weston Chamber of Commerce, who wanted something a bit more up to date, whilst still embracing the traditional heritage of the town. The resulting symbol is deliberately ambiguous as it represents the different ways the local and wider community see, and engage with the town.
Cloud 9 Insight
This is an example of one of the more in depth versions of the brand guidelines documents I can produce. This version includes typography and image style recommendations, keywords & tone as well as the usual colour swatch references and font choice.
Marketing & Merchandise
Logo and colour palette refresh for M&M to include new and updated brand guidelines to give the brand an up to date, more modern look. M&M specialise in promotional items and work with marketing managers to plan ahead for the year's events.
Nexus Recruitment asked me to come up with a new logo for their brand, which encompasses sister company NOVUS as well. The name NEXUS means a connection or series of connections linking 2 or more things, so the abstract 'N' concept was developed to also represent the links of a chain.
Logo design for eCommFD, featuring abstract financial graph symbol.
iReach Social Media
iReach needed an update to their brand, to include modern new logo, colour palette and brand guidelines document. This is the resulting logo which features a clear and minimalist social icon that can also be used across all future marketing materials.
Gunter Price wanted a stamp style logo to reflect the quality aspect of their work, whilst at the same time not appearing too corporate, in order to maintain the approachable, family feel of the business.
Kate Gannon Virtual Assistant
Kate wanted an icon she could use across her marketing materials, so we came up with the 'VA' symbol – taken from the shapes created by the two N's in Gannon.