In this post we want to share with you how we branded a new app using a range of logos based upon the same visual concept, rather than using one single design.
Getting brand stand-out is never easy, and with multiple channels showing your logo, it’s important to think differently. Therefore Red Onion created a multi-logo approach for this brand new click & collect app.
The main logo (top, above) is white text on an extended red background, shaped to loosely represent a pin on a map. The app has the users favourite local businesses all together on one screen. Being an app about where people meet to chat, it’s also reminiscent of a speech bubble which implies conversation.
The central logo still uses the pin graphic, but the logo is in a circle so it’s better suited to social media icons use. We’ve also dropped the strapline so it’s easier to read at smaller screen sizes when required.
The logo has also been adjusted to work just as strongly on a black background, which gives plenty of versatility given how it will appear in magazines, adverts, online and on posters etc.
The logo is used in a variety of ways
Your Places embroided onto staff polo shirts
We provided design and art direction on the app itself, assisting the UX and GUI to help make a great app, working closely with the software development team to implement a clean and achievable design.
For added clarity the app uses a white on black logo at the top of the screen. With the red icon helping to draw your eye to the logo. Throughout the app we use a tight and muted colour range. The red is used to highlight important information. Then it uses a range of cream and grey tints throughout.
The loading and listing page *
Next it was working on the social media and marketing requirements. Below you can see an example of two of the icons succesfully used together on Twitter.
Red Onion provides ongoing advertising and copywriting support. The advert we created below appeared in the specialist UK magazine, Caffeine – and utilises a bespoke image put together by Red Onion.
Red Onion also designed and wrote an introductory folding leaflet about the service. This has a clever double-sided cover: one side is for business owners, the other is for the consumers that use the app.
Both the advert and leaflets introduce a friendly hand-written font.
Stunning bespoke adverts, and clever leaflets
Next up will be working on a brand new Your Places consumer website, providing a range of internal store promotions, and a stand for various trade shows.
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*Please note: The coffee shop logos are for demonstration and presentation purposes only, and Your Places are not affiliated in any way with these brands.