Strata Compliance Solutions recognise that compliance is much more than just meeting bodies corporate’s legislative requirements, so they needed a brand that delivered more personality and individuality.

What They Wanted

To develop and design a new brand to branch out from an existing company. To design a strong and unique identity that gave them personality and confidence.

What we did

With a simple yet strategic brand development process, we identified some key selling points we wanted to reflect in the design.

1. We wanted to develop a personal identity that customer could relate to, that would depict the personal and human nature of the business. This would portray a more friendly and inviting company for those that see this industry as a slightly daunting or uninviting task.

2. The process can be seen as simply box ticking, with a more detailed brand we wanted to encourage customers to address the details more thoroughly.

3. The user-friendly graphics are designed to deliver education in a friendly and appealing way.

Brand Attributes

Trustworthy People/Solid Company/Customised Approach/Insightful Specialists

 

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What do you think of our logo?

When I first met Craig Percival (Director of then 'TF Woollam Son') in 2010  he asked me what I thought of their logo? What matters is not what I think of it, but whether it really reflects the quality, people and direction of the company - what their clients think of it. As we began to investigate, it was clear that their logo did not reflect the many years of quality workmanship and customer service that had been part of the Woollam story. So we set to work to get to the heart of this 136 year old company.

 

What do you think of our logo?

When I first met Craig Percival (Director of then 'TF Woollam Son') in 2010  he asked me what I thought of their logo? What matters is not what I think of it, but whether it really reflects the quality, people and direction of the company - what their clients think of it. As we began to investigate, it was clear that their logo did not reflect the many years of quality workmanship and customer service that had been part of the Woollam story. So we set to work to get to the heart of this 136 year old company.

 

A long and proud history

Woollam has a long and proud history, but their image was letting them down badly. With a mis-matched series of business cards spread across 4 offices in 2 states, they needed consistency badly. They also needed a fresh boost of confidence. Confidence in the great work they were delivering and had been delivering for nearly 100 years. Confidence in how they delivered their messages and to install confidence into their communications.

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