Leading northwest creative agency Think has unveiled a full rebranding project for global risk management software solutions giant, Brady PLC.
Think were contacted directly by the London-based organisation, which produces solutions for the global commodity and energy trading space, who were looking to brief a creative agency that is “the best of the best.”
After initially quoting for a logo, Think were invited to cost a prestigious full rebranding project. Think won the work without the need to pitch. Production included a logo design in various formats across all platforms. These included brand identity guidelines, stationery, word templates, presentation templates, event graphics, brochure design and print, icon design and custom typeface design.
Paul Grogan, Managing Director at Think, said:
After working up several ideas, Think developed a concept around the business’s positioning statement “ahead of the curve.” It formed the backbone of the brief. In a radical move away from the existing design, the new logo features strong, vibrant colours. They are highly compatible with the digital platforms customers are most likely to view them on. The intelligent design has been delivered with absolute precision, utilising the crossbar of the A to create a ‘curve’ within the logo with a perfect circle on the crossbar.
Think are a strategic and award-winning branding, web design and digital marketing agency based in Bury, Lancashire. In the three years since its launch, the agency has quickly gained an enviable reputation as a leading studio. It has a loyal client base across the North West and beyond.
Think help their clients grow their businesses through hard-working design, digital and marketing services. This includes creative, branding and brand identity, websites, digital support post-launch including SEO, exhibitions, illustrations and infographics. Their impressive client list includes: Abode Property Development, Balfour Beatty plc, Emerge Recycling Manchester, Nutters Restaurant, Nationwide Cycling Academy, Parliamentary Health Service Ombudsman, Social Mobility Foundation, Telecom North West, University of Salford and The University of Manchester.
Mark Tredway at Brady PLC said: