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Charismatic brands stay flexible
Brand and Web Development
In 2018, the brand-new Bertha von Suttner Private University in St. Pölten opened its doors to students for the first time. But first, the university needed a new logo. However, the logo alone was not enough – we accompanied Suttner University throughout the process of brand and web development. We also designed the new logo – well, 75 new logos to be exact!
Eine Uni, 75 Logo Varianten
Die Basis des Corporate Designs bildet nämlich ein modulares Logo, das flexibel und lebendig ist. Je nach Bedarf kann es mit 5 verschiedenen Mustern in 3 Größen und 5 Farben bespielt werden, ohne dabei jedoch seinen ursprünglichen Charakter und seinen Wiedererkennungswert zu verlieren. Daraus ergeben sich insgesamt 75 verschiedene Möglichkeiten zur Gestaltung.
As versatile as life itself
As a modern and open university, the new Bertha von Suttner Private University in St. Pölten aims to provide space for personal development and prepare its students for the workplace of the future using innovative teaching and learning methods. The philosophy is reflected in our innovative and versatile corporate design. We also designed a wide range of advertising materials and a brand-new website.
A website for the society of the future
We offer inhouse graphic and creative services alongside programming; therefore, it was not a problem for us to design and implement an innovative website during the branding development process. The central aim of the website is the provision of information and to animate potential students to apply to the university. In terms of both content and design, it follows the brand positioning and corporate designs by using a modular structure which allows for further development and adjustment as dictated by the requirements at the time. The content management system makes it simple to maintain an overview of the site’s content while keeping it up to date. Our programmers used the open-source platform Drupal.