October 21, 2011
The holiday season is coming and businesses are taking the opportunity to thank their clients for their continued support. Whether it be with a holiday greeting card, friendly e-card, or perhaps through means of social media, why not stand out a bit this year and dress up your logo for the special occasion. Whether the changes be simple and elegant, or bright and playful, seasonal touches to your logo can be a productive way to start conversions around your brand, and keep your message light hearted.
If you think a seasonal update could be right for your brand, here is how it works. With the goal of better targeting your market, we start the process with a conversation about your business and it's audience. After identifying the overall feelings and emotions trying to be evoked with the changes, we then enter into the design phase. Structured to allow for ample client feedback, the design phase starts with the presentation of three unique seasonal concepts, of which one is chosen to further refine. The chosen design will then undergo another round of design, and will then be presented for final critiques. The resulting logo design will be packaged up and delivered in all formats needed for use in print, and on the web. While you may only want to use this logo a few weeks out of the year, it can be saved and reused for many years to come!
Want some help with the next steps? Custom mailers, postcards, newsletters, and holiday animations are all great options for communicating with your clients and passing along some holiday cheer!
Think this sounds like fun? Give us a call or send us an email and we can discuss whether this process could be right for your brand.
A Few Examples
Level8's Holiday Logo
Vitalius Real Estate
A Holiday Mailer
Click To View The Animation
July 18, 2011
Fun iPhone Wallpapers
This past Friday we all took a few hours to work on some fun side projects, below are couple cool iPhone wallpapers Anna has put together.READ MORE
July 06, 2011
Wanted: Front-End Web Developer
Level8 is hiring! We are looking for a front-end web developer who wants to work in a fun, fast paced, small team environment. Focused on delivering premium web solutions, Level8 is in immediate need of an enthusiastic, motivated individual who loves to make design files come to life. For more information download the Job Details PDF below and follow up with Geoff Keating @ email@example.com for additional questions.READ MORE
June 27, 2011
Let me start by acknowledging I spend way to much time on Facebook. As a company which develops and integrates business solutions within Facebook, it's become important for us to know what's possible, but also what Facebook allows. When monitoring the activity of local and national brands on the Facebook platform it's hard not to wince at some of the glaring violations businesses are committing against the guidelines Facebook has established.READ MORE
June 10, 2011
In response to a growing demand for the unique flavors & styles of Level8, we have introduced three new super stars to the roster. Hand picked for maximum freshness, rigorously tested for consistency, we're proud to announce the following new team members...
Anna Downer: Designer
Anna, aka Debbie, was recruited from the mid west in May of 2011. A connoisseur of sweet tea and Pantone colors, she has yet to try a lobster roll.
Baris Sener: Front End Developer
Baris: A Turkish name for "peace", also the name of a pretty sweet looking weevil. If anyone knows the difference between a weevil and a beetle, I'm all ears. But I digress ... Baris is a black belt of css/html, joining our dojo in February of 2011.
Ben Johnson: Back End Developer
Like an unsung hero, Ben's magic is often performed out of the public eye, only manifesting it's self through the keystrokes of a front end developer. He joins the team with a decade of experience and the title of the tallest person on the level8 staff.READ MORE