Brand design Gloucester and surrounding areas. A brand is the companies promise, look and personality, let Transition Graphics help you find yours. We can help businesses to make the connection between audiences and service or product. Following our proven method of Define, Strategise and Design we create brands which are cohesive and engaging.
First off, ideally we like to meet for a coffee to go over a design questionnaire. This really gets the conversation flowing and helps us understand what your business is all about. Knowing what your goals and aspirations are, really helps shape the project. This can also be done over the phone, Skype or similar service and ensures we really get to know each other.
Having the answers to these questions written down, helps to keep an accurate record of our conversation, goals of the design, and a thought-process behind creative choices and strategy. It also helps me to learn your story, message and personality.
Now we have a better understanding of the project’s specs, needs, objectives and assumptions, it’s time to make the proposal. This will include an outline of the scope of the project, goals and aesthetics. The proposal includes a list of timelines with key stages, cost and deliverables.
With this delivered it will be time for review, this way everybody is clear on what is going to be delivered and when.
Once the proposal and specific project dates are agreed, we move onto the project phase, and for me, the fun part!
In the specific proposal, the design and development process is outlined, step-by-step and what’s included in each step so that there’s no surprises and you’re involved with the process early on.
Revisions and discussions are encouraged, so availability during this phase is paramount to ensure projects are on-time and on-budget, but above all, we’re thrilled with the results!
Brand design services
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Grant’s triathlon experience provided an in-depth level of subject knowledge which was key to developing a brand logo that encapsulated our ethos. His flexible communication skills further enhanced the process allowing ideas to flow back and forth to reach a short deadline.
He is able to creatively look beyond the brief and anticipate broader scope to a branding objective. This brought about a “lightbulb” moment when he presented what would become the final design.Roy Jones