Creative Printall

A Branding and Logo Design Case Study

There’s an old myth in the industry that says, “If it isn’t broken, don’t fix it.” But in the dynamic world of branding, this couldn’t be further from the truth.

Brands, like living entities, must evolve to stay relevant. Creative Printall, a well-established business in Canada, grappled with this reality.

Their logo, a legacy from their father, had served them well. But as time passed, they realized the need for change. 

Despite their efforts to crowdsource and outsource the redesign, the desired transformation remained elusive. It was like trying to catch the wind – they knew what they wanted but couldn’t grasp it.

Then they found us. We didn’t just offer them a service; we offered them a partnership. We presented them with a set of logo design options, but more importantly, we guided them through the process. 

We showed them how to think about their brand’s future, modernize while retaining their rich history, and choose colors that would resonate with their brand’s essence.

The result? A brand transformation that left them astonished. 

Over the course of five weeks, we delivered a comprehensive suite of branding assets, from logo and typography to business cards and building visuals.

But the real success story lies in the numbers. According to a study by Lucidpress, consistent branding across all channels increases revenue by 23%. 

Creative Printall experienced this first-hand. They were so pleased with the work that they provided us with business references and a glowing Google review.

This case study is a testament to our commitment to guiding our clients through their branding journey. 

It’s not just about creating a logo; it’s about crafting a brand identity that tells a story, resonates with the audience, and drives business growth.

Over the course of five weeks, we demonstrated our expertise in branding and logo design, leaving the client astonished.

We delivered the following assets:

Identity Design:

  • Logo (up to 3 options/routes)
  • Color
  • Typography
  • Iconography
  • Voice
  • Guidelines

Brand Assets:

  • Social Media Lookalike
  • Stationery
  • Business cards
  • Building visuals
  • Billboards
  • Booth designs
  • Vehicle Graphics


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