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Frontend Creative - Our Stuff

Frontend Creative - Our Stuff | timms brand design | Scoop.it
Frontend Creative/Logo & branding by Frontend Creative, via Flickr (Frontend Creative/Logo & branding by Frontend Creative, via Flickr http://t.co/xqMt4t8L...)...
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20 Creative Combinations of Header + Footer In Web Design | Android News

20 Creative Combinations of Header + Footer In Web Design | Android News | timms brand design | Scoop.it
By now we have seen dozens, if not hundreds, of showcases of creative headers and footers.
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Australian Sci Fi channel changed its name to SF

Australian Sci Fi channel changed its name to SF | timms brand design | Scoop.it

TUESDAY, JULY 24, 2012

 

It has now been three years since the Sci Fi channel changed its name to Syfy and started altering its direction slightly. Most of its international spin-offs were also renamed Syfy the following year, but in Australia the Sci Fi brand has remained in use, partly because the Australian Sci Fi channel was owned by a separate company that licensed the name from NBCUniversal. That is until yesterday, July 23, when the Australian Sci Fi channel changed its name to SF.

 

The new name doesn't mean the channel is distancing itself from from the science fiction genre, as the rebrand carries the tagline "We are sci fi". The new and identity was developed with the Australian broadcast design agency Ink Project, and it is also inspired by the sci fi genre. On screen, the logo starts out as a blob that appears to be a fusion between technology and organism.


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An identity for the London Container Terminal

An identity for the London Container Terminal | timms brand design | Scoop.it

[Image: Identity on business card]

 

Fri, 20 Jul 2012 | By Angus Montgomery

 

Edinburgh-based Blood Creative has designed a new identity for the London Container Terminal.

 

The London Container Terminal, based at Tilbury in Essex, is London’s main port, bringing in paper, timber, cars and container traffic.

 

Formerly known as the Tilbury Container Terminal, it is being rebranded after being acquired at the beginning of this year by Scottish company Forth Ports.

 

Blood has worked with Forth Ports previously and was appointed at the beginning of the year to develop a new name and identity.

Blood Creative founder Jon Evans says the consultancy was tasked with developing an identity that would put the London Container Terminal ‘firmly on the map as “the” container operation’, reflecting the benefits of scale, location and international links, as well as sustainability.

 

Evans says, ‘We created a mark that can therefore reflect the international links (flags) and the variety of products shipped and contained within the “box”.’

 

He says that while this identity immediately communicates ‘London’ and ‘containers’ it also allows for flexibility.

Working with photographer Iain Stewart, Blood is rolling out the identity across touchpoints including brochures, business cards and other collateral, with a website currently under construction.


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Don't Just Wireframe - Tell the Design Story - Speckyboy Design Magazine

Don't Just Wireframe - Tell the Design Story - Speckyboy Design Magazine | timms brand design | Scoop.it
The growth of the User Experience Design field is astonishing, but well deserved.
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Style Network (NBC Universal) introduces new on-air identity and logo

Style Network (NBC Universal) introduces new on-air identity and logo | timms brand design | Scoop.it

BRANDNEW | OPINION BY ARMIN

July 10. 2012

 

Launched in 1999, the Style Network is a television channel owned by NBCUniversal targeted to “women 18-49 with a passion for the best in relatable, inspiring and transformational lifestyle programming.” Style counts with 75 million cable and satellite subscribers, tuning in to shows like Jerseylicious, Chicagolicious, and How Do I Look? In June, Style introduced a new logo and on-air identity designed by New York, NY-based Gretel.

 

While the old logo was as fashionable as a Best Buy uniform the new one comes with extra layers of flair and fierceness in the form of a stenciled, modified version of ITC Caslon that serves as an ever-trustful logo-as-window motif, that sits on top of a handwritten version of the name. I wish we could see just a tad more of the “St” in the handwritten element so that it wasn’t only “yle” that is visible. Statically, the result is fine if not necessarily original. However, when set in motion, the logo becomes a joyful bag of tricks where the logo-as-window treatment becomes unpredictable and creates wonderful sequences that reveal the letterforms.

 

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Style rebrand on Vimeo; http://vimeo.com/45284231


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4 Rules for Luxury Brand Mobile Marketing

4 Rules for Luxury Brand Mobile Marketing | timms brand design | Scoop.it
The mobile device requires brand marketers to rethink engagement strategies. Here are four ways to do that.

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NASA’s Logo Redesigned To Be Truly Out Of This World

NASA’s Logo Redesigned To Be Truly Out Of This World | timms brand design | Scoop.it

FastCoDesign | by MARK WILSON

 

IN 2010, A DESIGN STUDIO PROPOSED A FRESH NEW LOGO TO NASA. NASA PASSED, AND WE STILL WONDER WHY.

 

The NASA logo of today--the “meatball”--is actually the organization’s original. It’s pure ’60s space-race fodder, and it’s served as the casual face of NASA since 1959, save for a two-decade stint when the “worm” logo replaced it. Personally, I’ve always liked NASA’s logos as snippets of place and time, as both managed to be timely without ever becoming tacky. But with NASA facing funding woes, the organization could use a jumpstart into the new millenium, a facelift, a reminder that space was the original awesome.

 

In 2010, design firm Base reimagined the NASA logo for Viewpoint magazine. Rather than Jetsons flourish or ’80s futurism, the team wanted to propose a new look for a post–Cold War era and gesture toward the future. (We honestly have no clue what’s ahead--but it’s often quite beautiful.)

 

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The latest brand folly from Pepsi

The latest brand folly from Pepsi | timms brand design | Scoop.it

Pepsi used to be the prototype of the strategic challenger brand. Now it’s the prototype of the strategically-challenged brand. In falling over themselves to be the opposite of Coke, Jakeman and co. are guilty of the kind of fuzzy thinking that must have Coke’s executives enjoying “happiness and moments of joy.” Jakeman summarizes months of research with the statement that “Coke is timeless. Pepsi is timely.”

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New High-Quality Free Fonts | Smashing Magazine

New High-Quality Free Fonts | Smashing Magazine | timms brand design | Scoop.it
Every now and then, we look around, select fresh free high-quality fonts and present them to you in a brief overview.
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The 10 Golden Rules of Simple, Clean Design - Speckyboy Design Magazine

The 10 Golden Rules of Simple, Clean Design - Speckyboy Design Magazine | timms brand design | Scoop.it
There's a lot more to simple design than you think.
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Logo and Branding: Paul Loebach « BP&O Logo, Branding ...

Logo and Branding: Paul Loebach « BP&O Logo, Branding ... | timms brand design | Scoop.it
The aim of BP&O is to share thoughts and opinions on branding and packaging from around the world. Articles are written by Richard Baird, a British freelance designer who specialises in logo, brand and packaging.
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Random but GOOD

Random but GOOD | timms brand design | Scoop.it
Hipster Logos Style - ha! (Hipster Logos Style - ha!
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Logo Design's 4 Types Of Inspiration [Infographic]

Logo Design's 4 Types Of Inspiration [Infographic] | timms brand design | Scoop.it
There are of course silent rules and guidelines that you could follow while coming up with your next logo design, and the end result will always depend on your ability to express the core message you want the brand to express.
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20 Horse Based Logo Designs – Creative Approach!! | Logo Design ...

20 Horse Based Logo Designs – Creative Approach!! | Logo Design ... | timms brand design | Scoop.it
Some designers select different strokes, objects and fruits etc to add beauty to their logo designs. There are some great logo designers who have worked upon animal based logos to glorify the essence of their clients' logos.
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Frost rebrands Copyright Agency | Australia

Frost rebrands Copyright Agency | Australia | timms brand design | Scoop.it
Fri, 13 Jul 2012 | By Angus Montgomery


Sydney-based consultancy Frost has rebranded Australia’s copyright agency, with the new identity using the © symbol twice.

The Copyright Agency is a not-for-profit organisation that collects and distributes copyright fees for licence holders. It represents authors, journalists, artists and others.

Frost wanted to develop an identity that would allow the Copyright Agency to ‘own’ the © symbol. The addition of a second © symbol enables the organisation to protect its own mark as well as asserting ideas of ownership and acknowledgement.

 

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Do Mobile And Desktop Interfaces Belong Together? - Smashing Mobile | Smashing Mobile

Do Mobile And Desktop Interfaces Belong Together? - Smashing Mobile | Smashing Mobile | timms brand design | Scoop.it
When unifying a website, you have to solve problems other than how the interfaces will appear in different browsers. (Do Mobile And Desktop Interfaces Belong Together?
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Which US Brands Spend the Most on Advertising? [INFOGRAPHIC]

Which US Brands Spend the Most on Advertising? [INFOGRAPHIC] | timms brand design | Scoop.it

How much are U.S. companies spending to boost their brand? The infographic from KISSmetrics explains who are the top ten U.S. advertising spenders, based on their advertising expenditure in all media – from television to the Internet. These megabrands spend billions of dollars each year on advertising.

 

Additionally the infographic shows the ad spend divided up for each of the franchises of these megabrands. Most notably, Proctor and Gamble came in as the top U.S. ad spender in 2009 by spending $4.18 billion on media.

 

Full graphic here: http://ijustdid.org/2012/06/top-brand-advertisers-in-us/


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New logo for Stickyeyes by Elmwood | UK

New logo for Stickyeyes by Elmwood | UK | timms brand design | Scoop.it

THURSDAY, JULY 12, 2012

Posted by Simon at 1:42 AM

 

Stickyeyes is a British digital marketing agency that help companies with things like search engine optimisation and social media utilisation. In June, the company introduced a new corporate identity, created by Leeds design agency Elmwood. According to Stickyeyes, the new brand identity was designed to "better reflect the broad experience and multiple skill-sets of the Stickyeyes team" and came with a new website.


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How To Build Positive Marketing Stories That Work

How To Build Positive Marketing Stories That Work | timms brand design | Scoop.it
Editor’s NoteThis is the second of three excerpts that we’re running from Winning the Story Wars: Why Those Who Tell--and Live--the Best Stories Will Rule the Future by Jonah Sachs, the cofounder of Free Range Studios (the creative studio behind...
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Kraft’s Cheese Brands Now Look Like Crayola Products

Kraft’s Cheese Brands Now Look Like Crayola Products | timms brand design | Scoop.it

19 July 2012 | By Anna Sanina

 

  

Kraft brands String Cheese and Polly-O String Cheese have partnered with Crayola to launch a back-to-school promotion which will run till October.

 

During the promo period all buyers of the string cheese brands and their respective cheese will get a coupon inside each cheese package good for $3 off Crayola products. The package design of the cheese products was changed to resemble Crayola’s iconic crayon boxes and each cheese stick’s wrapper is stylized as a Crayola crayon in different colors.

 

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Collection of Creative Packaging Designs » Design You Trust ...

Collection of Creative Packaging Designs » Design You Trust ... | timms brand design | Scoop.it
We've brought together a showcase of interesting, creative product packaging designs to help inspire you – hopefully this collection will help you for.
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Blog Features Vs. Blog Design

Blog Features Vs. Blog Design | timms brand design | Scoop.it
Blog Owners often make many mistakes when applying a new design to their blog, or even in how information is compiled and presented.
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Branding and Packaging: Bermellón « BP&O Logo, Branding ...

Branding and Packaging: Bermellón « BP&O Logo, Branding ... | timms brand design | Scoop.it
Bermellón is a Mexican confectionery shop that specialises in the premiumisation of traditional spicy treats typically sold on street markets. The shop's identity and packaging, designed by Anagrama, fuses a bold and intense ...
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