We love developing logos and identity systems. Ok, that’s out there.
But what we most enjoy is developing empowering identity systems for our clients.
That includes: logo, color, and producing comprehensive graphic standards to ensure consistency through any type of visual application.
Over the last 10 years, we’ve had the chance to work with AAL on a number of marketing initiatives ranging from developing brand strategy and program support to designing their logo, website and catalogs. We’ve also provided general counsel for brand language and tone in an effort to solidify AAL as a leader in their field, clearly communicating their value proposition both internally and externally.
Working closely with John King, the manager of this small yet mighty municipal airport, we were able to elevate their online presence with just a few key changes in design. For the logo, we started with capturing the essence of flight, and referenced the color palette of the logo of the City of Covington, which owns and operates the airport.
In addition to producing the website, we facilitated a photoshoot (with drone footage from our FAA-Certified pilot) with the key team members, and captured various vignettes of the airport, including the newly renovated runway and B-roll of the hangar and airport staff at work.
EGD partnered with The Pineapple Agency, in a full rebranding of a new lead generator, Grin+Beam.
Taking the brand to the next level with a complete rename and strategy around brand architecture for content creation led to the generation of a strong body of custom visuals for digital, print, video and ultimately on-site experiential marketing.
For more than four years, EGD+ served as Charlie’s Soap agency of record. As their marketing arm, we produced a new website, designed tradeshow booths, created video for a variety of applications, and 3D modeling and renderings (in collaboration with WitnessCo).
We also produced fresh content for their social media accounts and, in just over a year on a very limited budget, helped them grow their following by over 25%.
We worked with Toast & Jam Entertainment to bring visual life and spirit to the Denver International Airport during its half-decade of transformation. We launched one of the largest airport art installations with a week of public programming that incorporated live music and DJ sets as David Choe, Sam Flores, and Highraff “live painted” murals on 8’ x 100’ panels that were used as construction barricades between 2012-2017.
Although the art is no longer featured at the airport, this prolific public art experience has left a lasting impression on Denver. David Choe in particular has made a mark with some very memorable murals:
David Choe on Terminal Kings