You may or may not remember this hideously tacky Christmas film we made last year…
So you’ve worked your bum off collaborating with your chosen design agency to ensure that your brand is all singing, all dancing and truly represents your mission and vision.
After wheezing our way through 2017, we decided that 2018 should be our year to get out of our comfort zones (and comfortable waist-bands) and try something brand new.
It was time to start the design process and put forward a recognisable, progressive and contemporary visual identity that still honoured the organisations rich background and heritage.
Once upon a time, a ‘good-enough’ logo and a business card would have been enough to get you through the door. Not anymore…
Why do we connect with certain brands better than others? Why are there certain brands that, no matter what they sell, produce or drop, we’re right there waiting with bated breath to see what they do next?
The brand that re-invented what it means to be outdoors. Read our analysis of Patagonia’s brand values and how they sparked an environmental clothing revolution.
(Image Credit: Nationwide UK) Brand tone of voice is specially designed to showcase the brand’s goals, values and personality through a particular word choice. Find yours here.
This is designdough’s investigation into the iconic NASA logo. The Meatball and The Worm took the world by storm in their own ways, but which one is your favourite?
Our rebranding journey with The Care Collective, as they join other national charities to raise much-needed awareness for Carers Week 2022.
Have you seen that we’re advertising for our new Graphic Design Summer Intern? We’ve put together our 6 Top Tips for applying.
If we can define what a brand is, we can begin to understand why some are so successful over others.