Philanthropy platform Overflow is getting a rebrand from design and tech agency Alright Studio. The update illustrates the important role that good design can play in amplifying important causes’ reach and impact.
To save its favorite restaurant during the pandemic, creative agency Arcana Academy turned a takeout joint into an upscale brand … and guaranteed a year of lunch business as well.
Public Label has created new branding work for the Sturgis Motocycle Rally, the largest motorcycle rally in the world. The new look and feel represents the future of the Rally – appealing to Gen Y and Z who are driving modern motorcycle culture while immortalizing its heritage.
Conran Design Group managed the new look and feel of the rebrand, which is designed to tell the story of the company’s purpose and transformation, drawing on its rich 200-year heritage.
COLLINS launches a new vision for the 108-year-old San Francisco Symphony that seeks to redefine classical music for modern audiences. Responsive and variable fonts are a key element.
Lippincott has unveiled a refreshed visual identity for global banking brand Standard Chartered that is both digital first and unifies across diverse markets.
Burger King is on a mission to raise the standards for quality, sustainability and experiences in the fast food industry. To make their visual identity reflect this aspiration, they tapped JKR to create a brand world that modern consumers can feel good about.
In the face of an increasing number of challenger brands, Castello del Poggio needed to shore up its position as a market leader. To achieve this, Denomination has brought all things Italian back to the fore.
SADA, a business and technology consultancy on track to become a billion-dollar Google Cloud partner, has introduced a new logo and refreshed its corporate brand for the first time in 20 years with the help of Siegel+Gale.
Y&L channels the pickleball addiction in a new digital campaign, ‘Go Again,’ a rallying cry for players to keep swinging, keep playing, and keep getting better.
OM cannabis-infused wellness brand now has a redesigned logo and packaging that evokes an uber-luxe apothecary.
Siegel+Gale creates a corporate brand for Bristol Myers Squibb that emphasizes compassionate care and putting patients first.
The new logo for the Chicago Fire Football Club was designed by Doubleday & Cartwright. It features a mirrored icon in which flames are inverted to become a crown.
One Zero Charlie has created the brand and identity for Mom’s Perfect Toffee, an ode to a son’s love of his mother and her toffee-making secrets.
Jamba Juice has a new look and logo thanks to SRG. Starting this summer, new Jamba locations will utilize the new design vision while existing store locations will be remodeled over time.
Gordon talks to Robin Colangelo, Global Director of Creative Services at law firm White & Case, about creative leadership, design education, and the challenges of working inhouse.
Sustainable skincare start-up Optiat has relaunched as UpCircle, with strategic brand support from creative brand design agency Studio More.