KR Design were approached by Nikki Twyning of Keystone Admin through a referral with a brief to create an identity for her start up business offering freelance admin support to local businesses. Requirements were to create an identity that was refreshing and included an element that was useable within social media outlets.
The end result is one that fulfils the brief in its entirety. A colour scheme was generated using soft tones to compliment the corporate colours and the round logo element means that the client can be identified easily.
I hired Keith at KR-Design to create a corporate identity and insignia for my newly set up business. Our first meeting was guided by Keith and he used his knowledge and expertise to gain a terrific insight not only in to my business but what aspects of my personality I may want to bring to this new business identity. He presented me with a variety of wonderful concepts, any number of which I would have been happy to pursue. I came to the project without any firm idea of what I wanted but the concepts that Keith delivered enabled me to see many different ways in which my business could be viewed and that allowed me to make a very informed decision on how to move forward. It was clear in the concepts Keith submitted that he had listened to all that I had mentioned in our meetings, from likes and dislikes to what my business delivers. I worked with Keith as the final identity was developed and I now have a striking corporate image to develop in to business cards, invoices and further in to website design and advertisements. KR-Design didn’t just give me a logo for my company but gave my business a whole identity that will be the foundation of everything visual that needs to be produced for many years to come.