First Point Lighting is a lighting maintenance company. They were looking to take their company to the next level. We helped them build a brand that communicates the message they wanted, to build a strong brand that will grow as they do.
First Point Lighting had come as far as they could with the company assets they had. They were looking to create a brand that would portray the message of the company correctly, update their logo and create the marketing assets that would bring in new clients.
We took first point lighting through the discovery session getting very clear on the message they wanted to portray with their brand and logo, this is key to a successful branding project.
They wanted their company to have a reliable, trustworthy, culture attracting precise and respectful customers they want their customers to feel confident and energised when interacting with them and have a high-quality impact.
Using this information we used colour psychology to choose the colours that best represent the companies values and communicate the correct message to customers. We redesigned the logo to be clear, up-to-date and grow as the company grows. We designed a brand that incorporates the logo and pushes the recognition of the company even when it is seen without the logo.
First Point Lighting now have assets they can be proud of, these include;
They are very happy with the outcome and we are excited to see their brand spread the message of their company successfully.
A beauty salon located in Sittingbourne, Alive wanted to upgrade their image and extend their online reach, they opted for a new simple website with the purpose to encourage more enquiries.
Alive beauty salon had a very old website that did not provide a good experience for their audience or do what they wanted it to do. This caused the site to be used less and less and give the salon a completely different atmosphere to the salon itself.
Simplifying the website to make everything easier to find, to give visitors a relaxed feeling before they even attend the salon was the most important goal, with a simple theme of white with splashes of red, we managed to create the feeling of space whilst still drawing attention to important parts of the website.
With a goal to bring in more food orders, the Royal Hotel wanted a clear and stylish menu that would appeal to the customers, be easy to read and encourage orders.
The Royal hotel recently acquired new managers, it is a busy pub, restaurant and hotel. With new competition entering the high street the Royal wanted to encourage more food orders. Their old menus were unclear, unprofessional with out-dated meal options coursing confusion.
Rebranding and website design to create longer engagement with their business online and attract the desired target audience.
Elite Chandelier has been established since 1910 and past down through the generations. They had become stuck where they were and had started to continually attract the wrong type of clients due to the out-dated logo and brand message they portrayed.
We agreed upon the design and creation of new consistent branding assets and a new website built from the ground up.