Project Description

media sociale brand

Who

Hey, we always say that we wouldn’t encourage any client to do anything if we weren’t game to do it as well.

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What

Our resident designer commenced an audit of our brand. How were we perceived across channels? What do we stand for? The questions unravelled a clear answer; our brand was not aligned with who our people are and what they stand for, or what the capabilities of Media Sociale unlocked for our customers.

Once we new this, and what we needed to reflect, the implementation of our new brand was much easier. Here is what we finished with.

Why

“If it aint broke, don’t fix it” is not a position we take very often at all. In fact, in this ever changing digital world, by the time something is truly broken, you are likely to be years behind the game.

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We began the hefty task of assessing our brand position.

We [the client], are very happy with the outcome of this analysis. Whilst we were not expecting a full re-brand based on our intentions from the initial audit, we can confirm that this look and feel is more more relevant.

Clean, crisp branding on all of our client and prospective customer communication materials, meaning that it’s clear to them about what we stand for, what we believe in and what we can deliver.

These communication materials include:

  • Business Cards
  • Letterheads
  • Booklets
  • Proposals, reports, audits and more.
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Our branding has since been easily extended to communications on social media and email. With a consistent look, feel and message, we have been able to clearly represent ourselves online. As a result, we have seen an increase in enquiries and compliments from our social.

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