Freelance Exhibition Designer

Case Study : Monition

 

Monition commissioned Ships & Pigs to rebrand their well established company to give unity across all platforms, internal documents, promotional materials,  and sub brands.

Having used their previous branding since their foundings in 1988, it was really important to Monition that their 30 year company heritage was reflected in their new branding. Their new brand hints at their old ‘M’ motif, but with a minimal, clean, and contemporary look. The new heritage inspired colour palette was chosen to give a sense of prestige, and of being well established. The proposed capitalised company name gives a sense of confidence and professional authority to the entire brand.

 
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More than a logo...

The design of the brand included creating a logo, and a supporting brand guideline document, including details of typefaces, colour palettes, approved imagery, and document layout to ensure consistency across all departments.

In addition to the main brand, divisions of the company were each given their own colour palette and branding guidelines.

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Rebecca and Steve rebranded Monition with sensitivity and regard for an established, highly respected brand to bring a modernity and strength that reflected the company’s market leader position.
— John Castledine, monition ltd

And that's not all...

We also created templates for all in-house stationery, including letter heads, power point templates, business cards and compliment slips.