They required a brand that was sophisticated and professional whilst remaining approachable and relatable to the nature of the businesses which cater to a dynamic and young clientele of beach lovers.
Brainstorm Design developed a corporate package including, logo, brand guidelines, email signatures, letterheads and business cards.
Brainstorm Design was engaged by the folks at the Margaret River Hospitality Group to create a new brand for one of the favourite venues of the locals down in Gnarabup. The Gnarabar as it was previously known was to become The Common and we needed a brand to attract families, corporates, hipsters and alike to a venue that would welcome them and give them a place to enjoy craft beers, fine wines and delicious food.
The Common was launched in August and is enjoying roaring success so get on down sometime and enjoy a beer on the sun soaked verandah!
The gents at Perceive contacted us with a desire to create a brand that showcased their conveyed a modern professional business delivering machine learning and statistical analysis computer modelling technology. They needed a professional look and wanted a minimal design that communicated their vision.
If you think that you might need some analysis of your business or want to learn a little more about what machine learning is, learn about Perceive Machine Learning here.
Brainstorm Design was asked to provide a fun, colourful & playful design for their promotional material. The Act – Belong – Commit Augusta River Festival is a growing festival attracting an expanding number of families.
The festival organisers were looking to keep the emphasis on a family event whilst attracting more youths by offering a broader selection of music with some east coast bands joining the lineup.
Our east coast friends at Catfish Creative asked us if we could help them assemble the Sustainable Seafood Guide for the Australian Marine Conservation Society. Brainstorm Design helped out with copyrighting, print setting and banner design. It was a pleasure to work on such a good cause project and we learned a lot about what should and shouldn’t be on the menu.
We were approached to provide design services in collaboration with East Coast based Design Studio Catfish Creative for Red Balloon. The brief was to create a colourful yet simplistic brochure design for an audit report as part of a special project called Recognize Every Day.
We were contacted by Grant, a local surfboard shaper in the Margaret River region, to create a new look for his project. Grant shapes locally in his backyard shed but already had a basic logo. Brainstorm created a number of possible looks for the new logo from which we were able to work out the final outcome.