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Reviewed: New Logo and Identity for Qbic by Ragged Edge

Wed, 05/15/2019 - 13:38
Established in 2009, Qbic is a small chain of low-cost, boutique, urban hotels. It currently operates two hotels, one in London and one in Amsterdam, and will be opening two more, one in Brussels and one in Manchester. With a green and sustainable mindset, Qbic “Queue Up” New Logo and Identity for Qbic by Ragged Edge

Established in 2009, Qbic is a small chain of low-cost, boutique, urban hotels. It currently operates two hotels, one in London and one in Amsterdam, and will be opening two more, one in Brussels and one in Manchester. With a green and sustainable mindset, Qbic has developed its own custom room furniture that integrates a giant bed frame (including a bed and nooks and crannies for stuff) with a bathroom and all the necessary electrical wirings, allowing them to install a room in pretty much any space. An eye for quirky furniture and decor, makes these hotels a lot more attractive than your average budget hotel and a lot more memorable than your average large chain hotel. Recently, Qbic introduced a new identity designed by London, UK-based Ragged Edge.

Ragged Edge helped create a strategic platform that could inform every part of the Qbic experience, internally and externally. "We wanted to take Qbic's desire to do good, and amplify it into something bigger and more emotional" says Max Ottignon, Co-founder, Ragged Edge. "This led us to 'Welcome Character', a brand idea that's as distinct in the category as it is relevant to guests who want to be treated as individuals, not room numbers."Ragged Edge provided text New Logo and Identity for Qbic by Ragged Edge Logo.

The old logo looked fully like it belonged to any of the generic budget hotels that are a dime a dozen in Europe and provided no indication that this one was any different. Visually it was more or less (less, actually) fine and inoffensive. The new logo, with its relatively flamboyant "Q" is far more unique, interesting, and reflective of the personality of the hotels. I really like the big, bold, curly tail of the "Q", especially how it fills the counter space of the round letter to balance out the negative space (otherwise it would look like a giant hole) and the rounded-corners of A2-TYPE's Boing work well to soften the logo.

New Logo and Identity for Qbic by Ragged Edge Logo with patterns. The new visual identity is inspired by the hotel's physical layout, and the coming together of different people and ideas. And the tone of voice celebrates guests' quirks and eccentricities: weird is welcome.Ragged Edge provided text New Logo and Identity for Qbic by Ragged Edge Pattern inspiration.

I don't quite buy the rationalization for the blob patterns as coming from the layout of the hotel but they make for good eye candy and help further the quirky personality of the hotel while providing an endless range of configurations and applications for any application.

Your browser does not support the video tag. Your browser does not support the video tag. Social media posts. New Logo and Identity for Qbic by Ragged Edge Key cards.

The identity relies heavily on the patterns which look good and engaging now but I feel like they have a quick expiration date of one to two years. And perhaps that's not a terrible thing; being a small hotel that runs through applications quickly -- thinking of those key cards in particular -- it would be eas(ier) to introduce a new identity around the new logo. The color palette is nice and deserves a mention for not being the typical purple-red-blue color palette of the late-2010s.

New Logo and Identity for Qbic by Ragged Edge Signage. New Logo and Identity for Qbic by Ragged Edge Check-in area. New Logo and Identity for Qbic by Ragged Edge Sign. While Qbic's rooms are for overnight guests, the shared space is for everyone. So Ragged Edge and Qbic created a sub-brand with its own distinct character: Motley is a place for locals and guests to come together to eat, drink, work or play.Ragged Edge provided text New Logo and Identity for Qbic by Ragged Edge Motley graphics. New Logo and Identity for Qbic by Ragged Edge New Logo and Identity for Qbic by Ragged Edge Drinks menu. New Logo and Identity for Qbic by Ragged Edge Bottles.

As a bonus to this project, there are the materials for the restaurant, Motley, which would make a decent Friday Likes project on its own. The thin typewriter font for the logo is hipstery and fun while the blob patterns take on more figurative expressions and the funky rotating physical sign from the check-in area makes another appearance. The exterior signage with the thin stroke of the logo translated into a physical thing looks great.

New Logo and Identity for Qbic by Ragged Edge New Logo and Identity for Qbic by Ragged Edge Interior and exterior signage.

Overall, this is a good-looking update that is a better representation of the hotel experience and makes for a nice system that conveys that Qbic hotels are a place where you can get a good night's sleep and some decent avo toast.

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Spotted: New Name and Logo for Galvanize

Tue, 05/14/2019 - 19:37
New Name and Logo for Galvanize Visit Link

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Linked: 2019 Craft Beer Trends

Tue, 05/14/2019 - 16:37
CODO Design is back with this year's Craft Beer Branding and Packaging Trends report that includes Maximum Design, Minimal Branding (shown); Slashes; and Austin Design Wave among others. 2019 Craft Beer Trends Visit Link CODO Design is back with this year's Craft Beer Branding and Packaging Trends report that includes Maximum Design, Minimal Branding (shown); Slashes; and Austin Design Wave among others. http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/ucllc/brandnew/~3/MIWGFrwd_I4/2019_craft_beer_trends.php https://www.underconsideration.com/brandnew/archives/2019_craft_beer_trends.php Tue, 14 May 2019 06:08:44 -0600 https://www.underconsideration.com/brandnew/archives/2019_craft_beer_trends.php
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Noted: New Logo and Identity for KBR by Teamm

Tue, 05/14/2019 - 16:37
(Est. 1837, previously Royal Library of Belgium) "KBR [a contraction of two names in two different languages: Koninklijke Bibliotheek and Bibliothèque royale] is the national scientific library and collects all Belgian publications. The institution preserves, manages and studies more than 8 million documents, a rich “Good Timing” New Logo and Identity for KBR by Teamm

(Est. 1837, previously Royal Library of Belgium) "KBR [a contraction of two names in two different languages: Koninklijke Bibliotheek and Bibliothèque royale] is the national scientific library and collects all Belgian publications. The institution preserves, manages and studies more than 8 million documents, a rich cultural and historical heritage. KBR provides access to all information in its collections, facilitates research and offers a broad cultural experience."

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Teamm (La Louvière, Belgium)

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Guidelines (in Dutch)

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The KBR logo is an hourglass, preceded by the letters KBR. The hourglass symbolises time, but it is also reminiscent of the infinity symbol.

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Opinion
The old logo I am guessing featured an abstraction of the library’s building and if it’s not, then I am unsure of what’s going on in that circle. The old name was long but clear. I wonder if many people referred to it as “KBR”, which would inform the new name, which is definitely shorter but, in such short form, not a name I would associate with a national library. Nonetheless, it makes for a far better logo and paired with a nice, minimal icon it works quite well. A combination of infinity symbol and hourglass, the icon has a nice mysterious ambiguity to it and within the context of a library, the icon can trigger a number of positive associations like the passage of time through books and knowledge, capturing a moment in time, or the infinite benefit of a library. This could easily be a corporate logo and, in that context, it would probably make me roll my eyes. The applications are fairly straightforward and make good use of the icon by making it big, making it colorful, making it punctuate sentences, using it as window, or using it to separate content. At times it’s too many hourglass icons in one application but they have good cause to be excited about using their icon. Overall, it has a slightly heavy corporate vibe but it’s a strong system and when infused with old-timey images and illustrations the corporate effect gets balanced out.

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Reviewed: New Logo and Identity for Opera Ballet Vlaanderen by Pentagram

Tue, 05/14/2019 - 13:37
Established in 2014 from the merger of Opera Vlaanderen (established 1907) and the Royal Ballet of Flanders (established 1969), Opera Ballet Vlaanderen (OBV) is the largest cultural institution in the Flanders region, the Dutch-speaking northern portion of Belgium. For both its opera and ballet productions “Any Way You Slice It” New Logo and Identity for Opera Ballet Vlaanderen by Pentagram

Established in 2014 from the merger of Opera Vlaanderen (established 1907) and the Royal Ballet of Flanders (established 1969), Opera Ballet Vlaanderen (OBV) is the largest cultural institution in the Flanders region, the Dutch-speaking northern portion of Belgium. For both its opera and ballet productions OBV brings together classic and contemporary sensibilities performing both in Antwerp, Belgium and touring internationally. The opera recently received the International Opera Award for Best Opera Company so you gotta know it's lit. This month, OBV introduced a new identity designed by London, UK-based Pentagram partner Marina Willer.

Pentagram partner Marina Willer and her team have worked closely with the directors to create a new visual expression of their mission statement - 'Never the Same'. Opera Ballet Vlaanderen prides itself on being a constant generator of new ideas and remarkable collaborations. The new identity had to reflect these ideas, as well as embodying the institution's role in the wider community and its work to develop talent, participation and education across and beyond the Flanders region.

To emphasise Opera Ballet Vlaanderen's dual role in expressing and promoting global cultural exchanges while strengthening and celebrating Flanders' strong, regional sense of identity, the new brand identity centres on the institution's Flemish name. By focusing on the abbreviation 'OBV', the goal has been to create a clear, concise symbol; easily recognised across the world.Pentagram provided text New Logo and Identity for Opera Ballet Vlaanderen by Pentagram Logo. There was also a strong desire to create an identity that reflected the movement and vitality that came with the merger of the Opera and Ballet companies. While built around typography, the new visual system is designed to express movement and transformation and embrace the transitory nature of performance art. It is both a response and a tribute to words of ballet director Larbi Charkaou - "dance is essentially transience. One movement disappears in the other. It is a temporary sketch of reality. Transience is a pacesetter for new hope."

The key concept of the new identity, however, is flexibility. Although designed to be deployed in a bold, confident manner and appear in large proportion, the three letters are always accompanied by the full name of the company -- Opera Ballet Vlaanderen, allowing OBV to speak in a subtler tone if required.Pentagram provided text Your browser does not support the video tag. Logo animation.

The old logo, in its rounded sans serif, was a little too friendly for an opera and ballet company -- perhaps more than friendly, it was overly safe and non-committal to a point of view or tone of voice but understandable being the first logo for the merged companies. The new logo does not play it safe and is certainly committed to establishing a stand-out personality. The faceted motion letters sidestep any and all clichés of either opera or ballet logos and manage to capture both the motion of dance and the reverberation of opera in a striking graphic approach. I love the energy of the logo and how it's able to convey motion without animation -- and how, when it's animated, it does it in an unconventional way. If I had one complaint it would be the italic "v" in contrast to the other two letters but I get that it represents the one word that identifies the location.

New Logo and Identity for Opera Ballet Vlaanderen by Pentagram Loose letters on image. New Logo and Identity for Opera Ballet Vlaanderen by Pentagram Season brochure. New Logo and Identity for Opera Ballet Vlaanderen by Pentagram New Logo and Identity for Opera Ballet Vlaanderen by Pentagram New Logo and Identity for Opera Ballet Vlaanderen by Pentagram New Logo and Identity for Opera Ballet Vlaanderen by Pentagram Various posters and ads.

In application, the letters can be separated in different ways and either the "O" or the "b" are enlarged to represent whether an ad or poster is promoting opera or ballet. I'm not sure if I like the colored logo on the applications or if all-white type would have been better -- I love the red and gold combination of Faust but the purple and black of Boléro isn't as powerful. Nonetheless, it's quite nice. The identity uses a thin-ish, deadpan-esque sans serif that works well as a contrast to the bold logo and strong imagery. Overall, a great example of how a classic cultural institution can adopt a non-traditional identity and maintain gravitas for purists and a jolt of excitement for new audiences.

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Spotted: New Logo for Lega Serie A by Ragù Communication

Mon, 05/13/2019 - 19:37
New Logo for Lega Serie A by Ragù Communication Visit Link

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Spotted: New Logo for Navy Pier by ColorJar

Mon, 05/13/2019 - 19:37
New Logo for Navy Pier by ColorJar Visit Link

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Linked: Logo Puzzles

Mon, 05/13/2019 - 16:37
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Noted: New Logo for Sears

Mon, 05/13/2019 - 16:37
(Est. 1886) "Sears, Roebuck and Company, colloquially known as Sears, is a chain of department stores founded by Richard Warren Sears and Alvah Curtis Roebuck in 1893. Formerly based at the Sears Tower in Chicago and currently headquartered in Hoffman Estates, Illinois, the operation began “Too Legit to Quit” New Logo for Sears

(Est. 1886) "Sears, Roebuck and Company, colloquially known as Sears, is a chain of department stores founded by Richard Warren Sears and Alvah Curtis Roebuck in 1893. Formerly based at the Sears Tower in Chicago and currently headquartered in Hoffman Estates, Illinois, the operation began as a mail ordering catalog company and began opening retail locations in 1925. The first location was in Evansville, Indiana. In 2005, the company was bought by the management of the American big box chain Kmart, which formed Sears Holdings upon completion of the merger. Sears had the largest domestic revenue of any retailer in the United States until October 1989, when Walmart surpassed it. In 2018, Sears was the 31st-largest retailer in the United States. After several years of declining sales, its parent company filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy on October 15, 2018. Sears announced on January 16, 2019 it had won its bankruptcy auction and would shrink and remain open with 425 stores." (Wikipedia)

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A lot stories with opinions about the new logo
2010 Brand New post

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The new icon was created to represent both home and heart, this shape also conveys motion through an infinity loop, reminiscent of one getting their arms around both home and life. The rings, like those of a tree trunk, show longevity. With home and heart at the center, the rings radiate and grow to encompass our broad assortment of products and services.

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New Logo for Sears Logo. New Logo for Sears Instagram posts. Promo video with new logo.

Opinion
Given how many 1980s retailers have disappeared in the last five years it’s kind of amazing that Sears is still around because it’s one of the most dated retail brands with very little keeping it top of mind with consumers. Yet here we are, as Sears exits bankruptcy not only keeping a number of stores open but even planning to open new, smaller stores. Back in 2010, Sears first moved away from its classic inline logo to what we have today, which is an extra bland Helvetica-esque wordmark in a light weight. Unmemorable and feeble. For the new logo, the wordmark has gotten a little bolder but the biggest surprise is the addition of an icon. An icon that wants to be everything — a home, a heart, an infinity loop, a washer and dryer (I made that last one up) — but ultimately is nothing. As a drawing, it’s fine but as a value-add to the Sears brand it’s fairly useless: if Sears has anything going for it is its name and the fact that the name has survived so many decades and this recent bankruptcy is a testament to its holding power. Diluting it with a gratuitous icon, at this point in its history, comes across as a desperate move for relevance. Execution-wise, we can not avoid the it-looks-like conversation because, yeah, it looks like the Airbnb logo which is very telling on the effectiveness of the Airbnb logo and even more telling of how easily people stop complaining that the Airbnb logo looks like male/female genitals. But back to Sears… Sears, I think, is on borrowed time as there is very little about its offering that will make it relevant for years to come and this new icon isn’t it.

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Reviewed: New Logo and Identity for Toyota

Mon, 05/13/2019 - 13:37
Established in 1937, Toyota is a Japanese multinational automotive manufacturer headquartered in Toyota City, Aichi, Japan. One of the leading auto manufacturers by volume of cars produced and revenue, Toyota is present pretty much all over the world (except for Australia) and employs more than “Red Square to the Rescue” New Logo and Identity for Toyota

Established in 1937, Toyota is a Japanese multinational automotive manufacturer headquartered in Toyota City, Aichi, Japan. One of the leading auto manufacturers by volume of cars produced and revenue, Toyota is present pretty much all over the world (except for Australia) and employs more than 369,000 people. Its Prius, introduced in 1997, has made Toyota the world's market leader in sales of hybrid electric vehicles. In the United States, Toyota is based in Plano, TX, and manages 16 car brands including many popular cars like the 4Runner, Camry, RAV4, and the Tacoma and Tundra pickup trucks. Earlier this year, Toyota introduced a refreshed identity. No design credit given.

A comprehensive online brand guidelines microsite can be found here. All images and quotes in this post are taken from there, where there is plenty more to see and read.

The Toyota brand represents our tenets of quality, reliability and durability. It also stands as a symbol to inspire people around the world to go to the places and do the things they've always dreamed of.

The staging platform is how we refer to the Toyota emblem when shown in the red surround. The staging platform allows the emblem to be anchored and impactful.Toyota brand guidelines New Logo and Identity for Toyota Logo. New Logo and Identity for Toyota Horizontal version. New Logo and Identity for Toyota 1-color versions. New Logo and Identity for Toyota Three different uses of the logo: for Toyota, for the tagline, and for individual car brands.

Any time a car manufacture logo loses its chrome skin is a good thing -- the idea that the logo must look like the actual metal badge on a car's grill has rarely been flattering for them. Toyota's evolution is particularly flattering as the old logo was clunky and didn't have the greatest finish. Once you remove the 3D effects the icon, to be honest, isn't that great but it looks infinitely better and now at least has a chance to be more interesting beyond another chrome thing. Placing the icon inside a red square gives it a little more presence and weight and pairing it with the black wordmark creates a logo with more impact. Even the 1-color versions look pretty convincing and make the icon stand out quite nicely. Its flexibility to accommodate the tagline or the individual car brands works quite well. Before this redesign I had never given the Toyota logo a second thought but this new approach gives it a somewhat elevated presence that I never associated with Toyota.

The Toyota Visual Identity System currently comprises six core elements that help unify and communicate our brands with consistency and clarity. They include our logos, the Let's Go Places tagline, the Toyota typography, photography styles, color palette and design layouts. Together they help convey the Toyota visual brand identity.Toyota brand guidelines New Logo and Identity for Toyota Identity elements. Typography provides a strong, unifying element and can help convey a consistent brand voice across various marketing communications. Our font is approachable, human and highly technical, and it has been conscientiously engineered. Utilizing our own typeface will help provide increased visibility and recognition across all touch points for both the brand and vehicles.Toyota brand guidelines New Logo and Identity for Toyota Custom type family by Monotype. A video explaining the type family can be found here.

There is more to the typeface explained in a video on this page (which I couldn't embed or download, sorry) and while, yes, a lot of the stuff in that video makes sense, the result is a solid fine -- it's as if Gotham and FF Din had a baby with Gotham's genes leading the way. Which is not a bad thing in any way and it has a solid look but it's also not anything we haven't seen in one form or another before.

New Logo and Identity for Toyota New Logo and Identity for Toyota Sample layouts.

The layouts are what got my attention the most. There is a strong confidence and directness to these that works very well for Toyota: rugged, direct, and unfussy. The logo in the red square works great as an anchor to all the variations.

New Logo and Identity for Toyota New Logo and Identity for Toyota New Logo and Identity for Toyota Toyota on various screens. New Logo and Identity for Toyota Billboard.

The one thing I really don't like is the italic tagline -- it stands out strangely among the otherwise utilitarian look of the type family. I find the "G" too big and distracting as well. And, personally, whenever I think of Toyota, in my mind I'm still going "You asked for it, you got it... Toyota" thanks to Billy Crystal.

New Logo and Identity for Toyota New Logo and Identity for Toyota Ads. New Logo and Identity for Toyota Car ad. New Logo and Identity for Toyota End tag. Variations on the end tag can be seen here. End tag animation at the end of this video. New Logo and Identity for Toyota Banners.

Overall, this isn't a major logo redesign but it's a huge improvement that, along with the well thought-out identity, gives Toyota a design dimension it didn't have before.

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Sponsored by Colorpong: Make Vector Aerobic

Mon, 05/13/2019 - 13:37
Colorpong.com is an unusual stock vector agency that brings a new perspective to the world of vector art. The creative studio, based in Hamburg, Germany, offers abstract vector concepts that are not like the typical vector graphics we are used to. archives/sponsored_colorpong_2_Connection.jpg" alt="" /> Examples “Colorpong” Make Vector Aerobic

Colorpong.com is an unusual stock vector agency that brings a new perspective to the world of vector art. The creative studio, based in Hamburg, Germany, offers abstract vector concepts that are not like the typical vector graphics we are used to.

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Their unique approach is a result of many years of working experience in creative agencies. They observed corporate stock agencies provide the designers with standard images like icons for infographics, website design or basic line art. Colorpong understands that big brands need designs that go beyond this in order to retain their greatness and uniqueness. That is why in 2015 they decided to found their boutique stock agency. A suitable, affordable creative alternative to the corporate competition.

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Since then they developed at about 50 collections. They offer a range of products that center around the themes of space, data, digital art, geometry and experimentation. Every collection is a „vector celebration" of its own. With their attention to detail and passion for creative, unusual solutions they managed to build up a very diverse portfolio, which may also serve as a perfect source for inspiration. You will find visualizations of data that are akin to fireworks lighting up the night, spiral galaxies, stars, sound graphs and many more. These images will definitively add color, movement, and life to your next creative project. Each image could serve as a visual for a unique branding concept or stand as beautiful abstract art entirely on its own.

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Additionally, all images are vector graphics. You can scale them to all sorts of formats and edit the color, line thickness, etc. They can be used for all kinds of applications- digital and print. Colorpong also offers some free vector graphics and vector brushes for vector artworks that require a more painterly approach. Colorpong claims to "make vector aerobic." They achieve this goal by continually exploring and advancing new visual ideas.

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Announced: No Posts Until May 13

Thu, 05/09/2019 - 13:33
Small break this Thursday and Friday as I'm in Chicago to speak at Dieline Conference about, if not all, many things Brand New. “Reviewer Presenting at Dieline Conference” No Posts Until May 13

Small break this Thursday and Friday as I'm in Chicago to speak at Dieline Conference about, if not all, many things Brand New.

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Spotted: New Name and Logo for Target's Roundel

Wed, 05/08/2019 - 16:33
New Name and Logo for Target's Roundel Visit Link

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Spotted: New Logo for Dakota State University

Wed, 05/08/2019 - 16:33
New Logo for Dakota State University Visit Link

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Linked: Rated R for Rookie

Wed, 05/08/2019 - 16:33
The story behind the "Rated Rookie" designation and logo used in baseball trading cards. I didn't know this was a thing. Good read though. Rated R for Rookie Visit Link The story behind the "Rated Rookie" designation and logo used in baseball trading cards. I didn't know this was a thing. Good read though. http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/ucllc/brandnew/~3/c3xsPOqROpo/rated_r_for_rookie.php https://www.underconsideration.com/brandnew/archives/rated_r_for_rookie.php Wed, 08 May 2019 06:09:13 -0600 https://www.underconsideration.com/brandnew/archives/rated_r_for_rookie.php
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Noted: New Name and Logo for Tellimer by Reed Words and In-house

Wed, 05/08/2019 - 16:33
(Est. 1999, previously Exotix Capital) "Tellimer is the world's only fully integrated platform focusing on developing markets. Drawing on our 20+ years of experience and a global network of contacts and experts, we deliver world class insights, analytics, markets and advisory services. We combine ground-breaking “Yo Dawg, I Heard you like Hexagons” New Name and Logo for Tellimer by Reed Words and In-house

(Est. 1999, previously Exotix Capital) "Tellimer is the world's only fully integrated platform focusing on developing markets. Drawing on our 20+ years of experience and a global network of contacts and experts, we deliver world class insights, analytics, markets and advisory services. We combine ground-breaking technology, unrivalled expertise and exceptional service to connect every point in developing markets, and put you in touch with whatever you need, anywhere in the world."

Design by
Naming and brand strategy: Reed Words (London, UK)
Logo: In-house

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Relevant quote
To create the brand around the name, the agency ran a briefing workshop before developing the core brand elements of vision, mission, personality, behaviours and essence over a four-week period. Reed Words worked closely with Tellimer Group to communicate its specialist offering, balancing simplicity with enough detail for it to be convincing and authoritative.

The team also created core messaging and a tagline – ‘Developing markets, connected’. The tagline is short and snappy, making Tellimer’s offer immediately clear. It is descriptive rather than abstract or emotional, helping to establish what is an entirely new service. The tagline communicates the company’s expertise in developing markets, while ‘connected’ illustrates the service they provide – connection is the core of the offer. The visual identity was created in-house by Kristian Klamar, Head of Design at Tellimer.

Mike Reed, Creative Director at Reed Words, says: “Tellimer is a made-up word, but it has the right sense of established gravitas and authority, while the echoes of ‘intelligence’ and ‘tell’ hint at the nature of the offer. The client was also keen to have a dot-com URL, which is challenging to secure these days, so we were delighted to find a great name that also had an available dot-com.

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Opinion
The old name and logo were almost like a parody, with the play on “exotic” animals and replacing that last “c” with an “x”, which does seem like a very late 1990s thing to do. The new name is pretty good in a corporate, abstract kind of way that also manages to sound like a business name that has been around for decades — almost as if it were founded by a Mr. Tellimer. The logo, despite my sarcastic title, is really good. The hexagon made of hexagons may be eighteen too many hexagons but it’s very well spaced and, when seen small, has a great texture to it. The wordmark carries over the angles from the hexagon to add a notch to the “T”, to finish off the “e”, and to create a cut to the “r”. An hexagon fully replaces the tittle of the “i” (which is nicely aligned with the other hexagons on that horizontal line). The logo looks great on black as the notch of the “T” looks like a shadow. There is also more to the icon than meets the eye as it can be animated in 3D and its individual hexagons can be connected to create secondary icons for the sub-brands, which brings me to my only serious complaint, which is the light font chosen to complement the wordmark — it’s… I don’t like it. Overall, this is a solid-looking corporate design job that doesn’t try to be overly friendly or accessible or fun — just business.

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Reviewed: New Logo and Identity for Request by Studio Dumbar

Wed, 05/08/2019 - 13:33
Established in 2017, Request is an open, online platform that enables people to make financial transactions like creating, storing, and accessing invoices and receipts in a universal, decentralized network that accepts any currency, be it dollars, euros, bitcoin, et al. Built around blockchain technology, companies “Above the Fold” New Logo and Identity for Request by Studio Dumbar

Established in 2017, Request is an open, online platform that enables people to make financial transactions like creating, storing, and accessing invoices and receipts in a universal, decentralized network that accepts any currency, be it dollars, euros, bitcoin, et al. Built around blockchain technology, companies with services like accounting, invoicing, payment processing, and auditing can plug into the same network and communicate with each other using the same single source. Earlier this year, Request introduced a new identity designed by Rotterdam, The Netherlands-based Studio Dumbar.

Working closely with the team from Request, we developed a clear positioning strategy for the brand, which also become the pay-off: the open network for transaction requests. This became the guiding principle for developing the identity and website.

The visual identity reflects the principle of the 'request' involved in any transaction, and the general to-and-fro activities of currency conversion. Dynamic and contemporary, the identity references technology but in a way that makes Request stand out from the crowd. Most blockchain brands follow the trend of diamond or crystal-shaped icons. Sidestepping this trend succeeds in setting Request apart from their competitors, opening a new chapter in the FinTech story.Studio Dumbar project page New Logo and Identity for Request by Studio Dumbar Logo.

The old logo was alright, with a techie-looking "R" sort of floating in space without a stem. Nothing too exciting or super well done but not bad and the wordmark was in a funky font that stood out. The new logo features a more sturdy "R" monogram, which is a feeling you do want to convey when dealing with financial transactions and establishes the folding gesture -- by the line folding into itself and forming the "R" -- that becomes the cornerstone of the identity. It's a nice-looking monogram that works really well on its own -- dig the favicon on their website. The wordmark is typeset in Sharp Type's Beatrice and it looks good, contrasting the smoothness of the monogram with its quirkier structure.

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The identity then becomes pretty much all about the smooth folding arrow animations that are beautifully hypnotic. It's like watching fish swim in patterns. Aside from being real pretty, they also manage to speak to the nature of their business, which is the smooth flow of transactions back and forth. The ethereal quality of the arrows also hints at the proverbial cloud and how all of this happens online. The dark color palette with bursts of bright colors is a nice respite from the more colorful palettes we tend to see. The use of the Beatrice family in its different weights works well throughout the applications and website in creating proper hierarchy without having to mix too many typefaces.

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Overall, there is only one "trick" to this identity -- the gradient, flowing arrows -- but it's deployed beautifully and in a sufficient number of slightly different ways to keep it engaging and flexible enough for different applications and mediums all while portraying the company as a non-creepy, non-fraud-prone option because scam blockchain platforms simply don't look this good.

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Spotted: New Name and Logo for Sparklight

Tue, 05/07/2019 - 19:32
New Name and Logo for Sparklight Visit Link

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Spotted: New Logo for KBR done In-house

Tue, 05/07/2019 - 19:32
New Logo for KBR done In-house Visit Link

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Linked: USF Kills New Logo

Tue, 05/07/2019 - 16:32
The new academic logo for University of South Florida, introduced in September of last year, is being abandoned after backlash. Instead of a full Command-z, USF will use its athletics logo as the academics logo now. That's too bad -- I liked the old bull USF Kills New Logo Visit Link The new academic logo for University of South Florida, introduced in September of last year, is being abandoned after backlash. Instead of a full Command-z, USF will use its athletics logo as the academics logo now. That's too bad -- I liked the old bull (and hate the athletics logo). http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/ucllc/brandnew/~3/AecQJFGP26g/usf_kills_new_logo.php https://www.underconsideration.com/brandnew/archives/usf_kills_new_logo.php Tue, 07 May 2019 05:59:14 -0600 https://www.underconsideration.com/brandnew/archives/usf_kills_new_logo.php
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