Elegant and Creative Branding Works
- Apr 16, 2010
Visual Identities or brands are the first contact people have with your company, it's like the image of your company how we see it at first sight, that's why a good visual identity is becoming very important. Today the user experience is what makes the difference and the best way to create this experience is through design.
In this post we will show you some elegant and creative brand works. These projects were selected browsing several others at Behance.
Muggie Ramadani (http://www.behance.net/muggieramadani)
Muggie Ramadani runs a studio called shortened to MRDS. Specializing in clean, effective and well thought out design they always succeed in communicating well. The work speaks for itself, bold typography with strategically planned brand aesthetics. No one can be unimpressed by the work this studio puts out.
Project: Max Chocolatier
Denis Olenik (http://www.behance.net/maximalist)
Denik Olenik is an independent brand developer based in Belarus. His style incorporates gorgeous colors with interesting geometric shapes. Structured and well planned identity work that is always recognizable. The work designed by Mr. Olenik is always more than impressive.
Robinsson Cravents (http://www.behance.net/robinssoncravents)
Robinsson Cravents is another independent designer who has a real talent for unique and outstanding logo design work. The brands he develops carry a strong unique style that is quickly drawing attention. A nice classic look with a clean modern approach.
Sam Gretti's Signature Slices
The Laboratory is an American studio run by three young professionals. The work is clean and consistent and always communicate perfectly without any loss. Their use of interesting materials makes some of their work a supremely outstanding example of practical modern design.
Project: Freq Nightclub
Project: Radioscope Networks
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