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Your brand is the personality of your business. It's the gut feeling people get when they hear your name. What vibe are you giving off? We like warm and fuzzy.

Your brand is ‘created in the mind’. It explains your story it in a way that makes your audience nod in agreement.

Visually, it's all the complementary bits that help your customer’s understand:

  • what they like about you

  • what they can expect from you

  • why they keep coming back.

Branding prices

We've added base prices below to give you an idea of what to expect. 

Branding and logo - from $800
Business cards - from $120
Letterhead  - $120
Flyers, brochures & booklets - vary by quote

For items that aren't listed, please contact us for a quote.

Our work

These examples give you an idea of the different types of branding work we have done. Let us know if you would like to see more.

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Tecla cleaning

The Tecla brand is simple and highly visual. We used natural tones associated with water and the business' home base, the Adelaide Hills. Customer research showed the business type - cleaning -  was the hook. The brand needed to be recognised quickly as a cleaning company, on the street or in a driveway. It needed to be obvious, but not stereotypical.

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Steve Rogers Metal Artist

Steve's art and his location on the Yorke Pennisula inspired the brand.  We used concepts of the combine impact of nature - salt, sand, wind, metal. The textural elements dominated so we chose a simple text based logo as a contrast. Check out his work, it's a detailed re-imagining of discarded machinery parts. His brand tells his story well.

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Hands First

Hands first is an established and trusted brand. We were asked to re-brand and remove the 'cheap' overtones. The logo was already functional but had dated and the design was not balanced. It's a mistake to ignore a brand's history. It can be costly and often needs a full marketing budget to promote the change. An update is always worth considering first.