As an established company, Premier was looking to rejuvenate their existing brand with a new logo that reflected the level professionalism characteristic of the financial planning industry. The simple green “swoosh” represents growth and moving forward with respect to their clients’ financial goals. As part of the REFRESH Package, stationery items were create that followed the same colour scheme and typeface pairing as the logo. Our in-house foiling capabilities were employed to add an extra level of sophistication to the printed business cards.
A few small but impactful changes were made to McPhail Travel’s previous design. Incorporating an airplane and globe graphic to act as the “C”, in addition to using a
slightly thicker font, gave this logo exactly what it needed.
Previously known as Braces by Bales, Brandon Orthodontics needed a new logo to reflect the name change. A modern typeface and simple graphic in the same colours as the old logo provided a new, professional look.
This customer requested that a splatter effect be the focal point of their new logo.
True Colours Health & Wellness Clinic wanted a logo that represented their business in a whimsical and playful way. The three butterflies paired with the script-style typeface does exactly that.
The Skin & Vein Centre (previously known as Dr. Kelleher’s Laser, Skin and Vein Clinic) reached out to us to create a new logo to reflect their updated name. They were looking for something very simple and classic. The new design is monotone (white or black), and uses a contrasting typeface pairing and a thin border to draw emphasis to the shortened name. As part of our REFRESH Package, The Skin & Vein Centre also received updated designs for letterhead, business cards and envelopes. These were created using a simple black and white aesthetic.