Featured Works

Healthchat App


An apple a day may keep the doctor away, but the recently launched Healthchat application can keep you from spending hours in a doctor’s waiting room. We diagnosed a clean, cohesive UI Design for this revolutionary phone app that helps patients experience fast and convenient mobile conversation with their doctor. By creating marketing materials such as a promotional video and printed pieces, we helped spread the word of the free app everyone should have on their phone.

CarEd


When CarEd the car buying consulting service came to us for logo creation it got our creative engine revving. We took careful measure to consider the principles CarEd values the most, open dialogue. This is critical to better understand their client’s needs and guarantee the best savings. We achieved this message by creating a sleek minimal logo of an open speech bubble using welcoming font that’s sure to get everyone talking.

Kakar of House of Design


Beautiful design comes much more naturally when the inspiration exists. Our newest client Kakar House of Design offers an impressive collection of vintage furnishing pieces, hand-selected from markets around the world. This treasure trove of inspiration helped us create the classic artisanal design for their digital newsletter that beautifully showcases their collections to trendy buyers.

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Battle of the Brands: #Rio2016 Edition


Paying over $100 million dollars to be able to use words like “The Games” and “Rio” in this year’s Olympics is only a price a big name official sponsor could afford. The Goliath’s of the world such as P&G, Visa and Samsung will be plastered all over our TV screens, but that isn’t stopping the David’s from developing creative tactics to ensure they emerge themselves into the vast opportunities the Olympics present for brands. Limited in the wording and imagery they can use, non-official sponsors aren’t able to promote their brand with any ties to the Olympics even being restricted

Battle of the Brands: #Rio2016 Edition

4 Pivotal Design Trends to Stay on Top of in 2016: The Brand Collective’s Forecast


1. EMPATHETIC DESIGN
Gathering personal information is nothing new. However, with information hackers abound, the public has developed an Orwellian sense of mistrust. We understand this, and see it as a chance to turn anxiety into a venture by effecting services with manners. Our designs take a bottom up approach by imbedding privacy into the design process, rather than dealing with privacy issues as they arise. When sending out newsletters, e-blasts, and the like, we imagine we were talking directly to the individual. Being personable is superior to being aggressive when it comes to marketing and design.
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4 Pivotal Design Trends to Stay on Top of in 2016: The Brand Collective’s Forecast

Holidays are Here


The holidays are upon us. And although we won’t be able to feel the chill winter air outside, we’re beginning to feel a bit festive nevertheless. Our black Christmas tree with marble and rose gold ornaments puts a spin on the traditional Christmas and fills our design obsessed hearts.

The true meaning of Christmas has been sought after for many years, but the answer is different for everyone. The magic of Christmas is not found in the presents, but in the love and warmth we feel between families, friends and co-workers! We believe traditions keep families close. At Brand

Holidays are Here