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How do you outline your diverse services to existing and potential new clients in a clear, engaging and straightforward way? This was the dilemma that leadership and management consultants Sampson Hall asked us to solve for them. Oh, and they needed a solution REALLY quickly! One, brain-storming meeting later and we'd devised a set of smart, colour coded service cards all of which fitted neatly into a bespoke, die cut sleeve featuring a debossed logo, complete with gloss varnish.
Cognique were recommended to solicitors Chubb Bulleid, who wanted marketing material for a forthcoming B2B event. The law firm opted for pop-up banners, a presentation folder, A5 flyers for each of their services (28 in total), and graphics for wall mounted display panels for their Wells, Street (our near neighbours in Leigh Road) and Somerton offices.
Specialist consultancy Engineering and Systems Safety (ESS) is now dressed to impress with a new identity and stationery by Cognique. Established in 2007, ESS provides consulting services to markets where safety is critical, such as high hazard defence systems. The new identity is designed to reflect the containment and management of risk, and perfectly complements the credibility of the firm's consultants.
Independent dairy consultants Kingshay once again turned to Cognique for the design of their annual Dairy Costings Focus. The 24 page report which analyses dairy herd management is packed with specialist industry insight, and the striking design features photography taken by Kingshay MD, Duncan Forbes. The finished report was printed in time for the National Dairy Show and was published online, forming part of an email campaign.
Old Mill pride themselves on the advice and support they offer small businesses and a new set of literature from the leading accountants and financial planners proves just that. Their Business Services collateral is aimed specifically at helping small businesses understand more about dealing with the issues facing them and covers subjects such as: Incorporation, Management Accounts, Tax Tips and Finance Options. Cognique were once again on-hand to design this first wave of Business Services l...
Fresh off the press is this new stationery range and identity for Wells based hardwood craftsmen Simons & Son. Established in 1977 by father Christopher, the business has recently undergone a change of name and new branding under the influence of son Alex. Despite all the changes, good quality never goes out of fashion and the business is looking to capitalise on local demand for bespoke hardwood windows, doors and furniture.
The ever proactive St David's Farm Practice spotted a gap in the sheep veterinary market for a friendly, approachable service for the smallholder. Having designed the identity for both The Chicken Vet and Pro Ovine, Cognique were once again on hand to develop The Sheep Vet identity. We also designed adverts, flyers, business cards, a banner and a Powerpoint template to support sheep vet Jen Hall.
We recently developed this new identity for East Devon based independent Estate and Lettings Agents Richardson Gill. Partners Andy Richardson and Malcolm Gill immediately spotted the value of the deckchair motif and have now purchased branded versions which have pride of place in their new Seaton office.
What are QR codes? A QR code is a 2D black and white barcode which can be used to store text, a web link, contact information and other data. QR codes can be scanned using free applications available for most smart phones. Once the code is scanned, the application either displays the content or, in the case of a web link, takes you to a web page. QR codes can be printed and reproduced on just about any material and can be sized as required, with the minimum width being around half an inch, d...
Starting a new business or thinking of rebranding? Here’s four checks you can do in under three minutes:Are the relevant domain names available? Googling will not give you the definitive answer. Instead you must check the ‘whois’ information for each name. So for UK domains such as those ending in .co.uk, use the Whois at Nominet’s website. For top level domain names such ending in .com or .net, use Internic’s Whois site. Other websites that sell domain names may also sell the ...