Brand strategy, Mission, Vision, Tagline, Brand identity, UX-design, Visual design, Web development

Jedlix came to us with the question to design the onboarding flow of their new app. Of course, we don't do our job if we don't start asking questions first. Why did they need a new onboarding design? What was wrong with what they had? They just started, so why invest now in an improved onboarding design? Is that really where we could help them create the biggest impact? Before we began designing what they asked for we wanted to get to know them a little better. Who are their customers? What gaps are left open in their current branding? Being on the disruptive side, how much branding would be enough for Jedlix at this moment and how can we develop a brand strategy that lays a solid foundation for further growth with minimal investment while selling and improving their core product is their main goal right now?

To find out we decided to start at the beginning. Who is Jedlix? Who is part of the Jedlix family? Why did they choose to work at Jedlix? How did Jedlix get started? What is their story?

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During our brand sprint we explored and decided on a set of actionable values both from a company culture perpective as well as a marketing perspective.

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We looked at how we could optimize their exsisting logo with just a few minor adjustments. The updated version is more streamlined and aligned with their values.

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Selected Works

Two—SpiritsBrand, ux, visual

JedlixBrand, ux, visual

Skanders GymBrand, ux, visual

BerkaBrand, ux, visual

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