You know the drill....
Created with the Focus Lab team
10 months ago
every time I see you post this brand works I feel really inspired. Really curious to see the start to end process of this work
Do you ever worry that a client is gonna google your name and this'll come up?
I guess that could be really great work. Can't wait!
Ok! I know… can't wait any longer. I desperately need a full case history of your style guide process!!
I'll pray… :)
Ahhhhhhhhhh! So good!
You know the feedback... so good!
Just hug me bro.
Absolutely beautiful! Ok, so when are you going to put together the style guide article?
Thanks for all the support!!! We have some cool things in mind as far as blog posts and even bigger platforms to document our work start to finish. Either way we are posting two new branding blog posts on Tuesday detailing this branding project and the Fahnert project.
@Ryan We actually encourage our clients to follow our team on dribbble if they want sneak peeks at the work =)
@Emma it is coming. To much to do not enough time syndrome at the moment =)
And correct me if I'm wrong Bill - but in general don't you get some sort of permission to post things on here, so them finding out is not an issue?
@Matt correct, before each new project we discuss it with the client and get the green light before we do anything.
@Bill S Kenney Awesome! I completely understand.
Would love to see a full shot on this @Bill S Kenney great work!
As others have already said...
A blog post on your process of producing a style guide would be amazing! Do it....please!
Really nice. But this isn't InDesign, right?
Looks great as always @Bill S Kenney. I have a part in my contract that states that I reserve the right to post on dribbble and other sites and encourage them to follow along.
@Peter coming soon =)
@Robbert correct, this shot is a quick Illustrator set up. We do the actual file in InDesign.
@Bill S Kenney Your process is very admirable. Love seeing your work up here.
loving these colors mate, as always great work. :)
Would like to see your workflow..
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