Em-Bolt Logo and Brand Identity Introducing a new product to the marketplace takes a strong identity. Direct Design assisted Jen-Col Innovations, LLC with naming their product, creating the logo and establishing a visual brand. Marketing elements like website and leave behind brochure followed.
The Village at Autumn Pond logo was designed as a unifying symbol of the new, evolving, community. Set in a wooded urban setting, the logo's elements incorporate a stylized symbol of nature and it colors.
Working Bridges is an employee collaborative associated with the United Way of Chittenden County. The logo alludes to a journey toward financial stability, retention, advancement and improved productivity for the employees of member businesses.
GBA wants to quickly communicate that they are different. Their approach values qualities like Collaboration, Creativity and Culture to make their architectural projects places where people want to be.
Dynapower's badge logo was designed to be eye-catching and authoritative. The company has a long history of industry-leading technology in power conditioning for industrial applications, and the new logo is a nod to the past while boldly looking forward.
FFF is well established and respected, but their old identity did not reflect the forward looking projects they were designing. The new logo uses the lowercase letter "f" to make it structural, but not stiff.
Vermont Chiropractic & Sports Therapy's aim is to restore your body to its highest possible functionality, not to just get you out of pain. This identity implies an active and holistic approach to living, and appeals to their target audience.