Posts Tagged: Brand Audit

Henriquez Partners Architects Blog and Website Launched

We really enjoy working with architects. The simple fact that we speak the same language of design and work in the creative field, often immersed in a similar processes makes it all the more appealing. Last year we were fortunate to be asked by Vancouver-based Henriquez Partners Architects to recreate their online presence. Their goal […]

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Those of you who know a thing or two about us know that we’re very much into our food. You might have perused this blog and noticed a distinct absence of food-related posts. The reason is that some time ago we decided the topic was so huge for us that it deserved its own space, […]

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New Jakes Identity & Website Launched

We’re proud to have designed the new brand identity and website for Jakes Construction. A contracting company that started fifteen years ago with one man named Jake, this family-owned company grew to be one of the largest construction firms in the Fraser Valley. Their previous identity no longer represented the large group of professionals or […]

Read This Article Jesus without the dogma

UPDATE: We just learned that this brand identity project has been accepted into the upcoming Communication Arts Design Annual. Woot woot! We recently worked on a fascinating branding and interactive design project for an online video sharing social network community about the non-religious aspects of Jesus. Yup, Jesus without the dogma. With a jaded Jew, […]

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The Elements of Typographic Style Applied to the Web

Serifs, sans serifs, baselines, kerning, leading, rhythm, contrast, readability, hierarchy. These are all concepts that trained graphic designers who specialize in print are well aware of, but seldom applied to the web. Why is that? For a start, setting type online can be rather tedious and unpredictable. It’s also something not often taught to web […]

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