Identity and branding
It's very rare that we perform just one web design service for a client.
When you are starting a new business, creating an identity for yourself is very important. It takes years to get known if you haven't already become nationally or internationally known out there - and even longer if you keep changing your brand nam so people can no longer find you, so why it's so important to think up, develop and continue to use that identity for posterity, and a strong brand will give you the best chance of success.
We can help you design a strong and effective logo as well as organise business cards for you. For consistency sake, your business cards and all your marketing material should have the same branding, so people can connect you with your business and in time commit you to memory from sheer repetition. Feel free to get in touch
to see what we can do for you.
Amethyst also offer services in photo and image editing and custom graphics (including web banners, business cards, brochures, etc).
and we will send you a price estimate specific to your needs.
Below is some of the logo designs & custom graphics
Judy Laird, Wellington Art Club says:" I have to say that no highlight in the last 6 months pleased me more than the website and logo that Inga came up with. As I said at the AGM I thought it was important to acknowledge the original pumpkin cottage artists somewhere in our logo, which of course is the website header. Those artists did establish this club in 1892, afterall. I suggested to Inga that a stylized pumpkin somewhere would be nice but we definitely didn’t want to appear corny with a great big halloween type one dominating the website! Inga came up with a great design; an orange ball, which could be interpreted either as a pumpkin or a sold sticker, sitting nicely within our ‘A’ for art club which also represents the high chapel ceiling of the club rooms.
I presented the committee with several other logo/website ideas from Inga but there was one clear winner and I’m proud to say that’s what we have ended up with."
Logo design for Helen Frances, Landscape Designer. "I am thinking of something very simple and clean for a logo - a sketchy picture and text", - wrote Helen.
Logo for the Thames Society of Arts
the Thames Society of Arts
brief says: "The Thames coast is well known for its Pohutukawa trees , absolutely beautiful in December and also called the Christmas tree. We have had a festival called "Pohutukawa festival" which I think now is part of Thames Art festival. On the subject of the logo - here is a creative idea. Could they include a stylised pohutakawa somewhere in our title. It would give us some red among the black but would still photocopy black when needed. Just an idea. It would be in keeping with the Thames Coast."
Logo for Grasshopper Enterprises
, a small organization with a passion for exploring the boundaries of human potential -psychology, biotech, digital fabrication and a variety of related disciplines.