Nursery Sentry, a high-tech plant nursery monitoring company, approached Kinetic Branding to design an iconic logo that would visually portray wireless technology that regulates nursery temperatures and overall environment to help plants grow and stay healthy.
Kinetic designed a simple circular logo mark that combined the classic wireless symbol with a healthy plant and used a complimentary triadic color combination of green, purple and yellow-orange.
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Kinetic Branding has completed a new logo and is currently working on a full brand identity design for "2bular Sock Co.," a new company that makes premier quality sock designs and gives back to homelessness causes.
The logo is designed for a younger, socially-aware audience who wants to give back to their community. The logo is meant to evolve with the company, using a variety of inspired design textures within the "2" logo mark that are based on their unique sock designs. The logo mark and typeface are completely custom designed with letters based on a simple sock shape, squared off at the top and rounded where the toes go.
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Kinetic Branding recently completed a campaign theme logo design for longtime client Steakhouse Elite to be displayed in the New York Yankees ballpark. The new "Big League Burger" campaign theme and logo design connects the company's burger products with the major league baseball franchise and will be used to promote purchases at concession stands.
Kinetic Branding recently completed a corporate video branding campaign, in creative collaboration with copywriter Cam Davis of Wordplay, for custom homebuilder Norman Building & Design in Central Oregon.
The new video campaign exhibits the company's custom homes through flyover drone footage, gimbal video footage and professional photography.
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Kinetic Branding recently completed the design of chicken drumsticks and wings packaging for FunniBonz, a meat sauce and smoked chicken company.
The package designs (shown above) are 3D modeled and rendered for the best visual reality, and carry the newly redesigned brand identity that Kinetic created for FunniBonz. Kinetic also recently redesigned the company's logo as well as their line of sauces as a complete brand identity redesign.
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Appropriately announced on Valentines Day, Kinetic Branding designed business cards for What If We Could?, a non-profit organization that promotes local non-profit organizations, and features a heart at the center of their logo.
The overall concept of the business cards was designed to create a warm and approachable look and feel that people could relate to and highlight the colorful logo.
Kinetic Branding is in development of the new Broken Heart Apparel website design. The design, based on the "Nurturing" Emotional Element, calls attention to the solemn emotion and an outward public display of grief.
The website design is purposely subdued to call attention to a serious issue of losing a loved one. The Broken Heart logo was based off the origami design created by the founder of the non-profit organization.
Kinetic Branding recently completed the company naming and logo design for Broken Heart Apparel, a non-profit organization that makes grief apparel for those who are grieving. Broken Heart makes and sells grief apparel as a way promote positive social change and provide grief support for those facing a traumatic loss. Broken Heart's grief apparel will allow grieving people to express themselves and feel validated in their grief.
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At the beginning of every New Year, Kinetic Branding highlights the previous year's new and redesigned logos. Kinetic's clients are hitting the ground running in 2019 with a new brand identity, and they are excited and motivated by their new logos. See Kinetic's Logo Portfolio >
Kinetic Branding has recently completed a pro-bono logo design for a startup non-profit organization, "What If We Could?," a crowd-sourcing platform designed to showcase mini projects of local non profits, giving a glimpse into their activity in the community and allow the public to better connect.
Kinetic partnered with What If We Could? to redesign their logo in a more meaningful way, using the Kinetic Brand Energy process that uncovers the emotional reasons behind why people connect with companies.
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