The expansion of a fruitful, home-grown design firm sees the birth of a fresh, colourful, new identity.
August 9th, 2013
Steve Scott Graphic Design (SSGD) has outgrown itself. Happily, the branding, identity and graphics firm now boasts a team of staff and a burgeoning portfolio of high-profile clients. To reflect their expansion, a new name and a new identity of their own has been launched. From a statement released this week:
“Our ‘no frills’ name wasn’t inspiring – we thought it needed to be changed to reflect the scope of what we now do. Add to the fact that it also created the longest ever email address! SSGD had finally reached a point where it was no longer represented who we had become.”
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