JJ DRISCOLL + ASSOCIATES
The client was in need of a fresh, new brand to launch onto newspaper ads, billboards, posters, and benches in Chicago. Their team represents individuals and their families who suffered from serious injury or death due to negligence, and wanted a brand that would show their audience that legal support could be accessible and affordable.
Brand Identity Process
Following an in-depth Consultation, I spend a whole week researching your company, goals, audience, competitors, etc., to narrow down 3 look and feel options that would make the most sense for what you're trying to accomplish. I've found it to be more effective to first set the tone, and have that direct the logo and brand identity designs, versus wasting time designing too wide and exploring options that are not relevant for the "vibe" you're trying to depict.
LOGO + BRAND IDENTITY PROPOSALS
Based off the chosen Mood Board, I develop 3 different Logo and Brand Identity sets. One style can go so many ways, and likely, your target audience has been exposed to many competitors similar to you. So our goal at this stage is to create as realistic of a brand mock up we can, so you can fully visualize your product, brand, how it stands up on the shelf, next to competition, and if it's a good fit for you and your team.
DELIVERABLES + BRAND GUIDE
After choosing a Logo and Brand Option, I set your Brand Guidelines and begin implementing your brand onto your chosen collateral pieces or product packaging. These guidelines will include any and all instructions you may need to ensure your brand stays consistent over a long period of time, so you can effectively build up your brand awareness and brand equity.