Don’t rebrand, just restyle!

Don’t rebrand, just restyle!

Rebranding isn't just changing your logo, the rebrand process can involve a whole heap of changes, from the way your company/product/service positions itself in the market, to adjusting its core values, key advertising tactics and its visuals.

There's never any guarantee that a rebrand will work and produce the desired results, and on top of that, it can take up a huge chunk of your marketing budget. If your brand is already well known, you risk losing the strong recognition that you already have in the market which could be a big step backwards.

If you want a new look for your business, why not just have a restyle rather than a whole rebrand? Restyling your logo can make a massive difference, and big brands such as Mastercard and Deliveroo have done just that with great success. Mastercard, who have one of the most recognisable logos worldwide, have a new visual identity that is strikingly similar to the logo we all know and recognise, retaining its old familiarity whilst also bringing it into the digital age.

Even the most subtle changes can make a massive difference to your brand identity. A font change in your logo or a different colour in your colour palette can all be instrumental in giving your branding a fresh new look!

Monday, September 12, 2016 5:18:16 PM


Boomerang appointed as Designer in Residence at Trinity School

Boomerang appointed as Designer in Residence at Trinity School

We were approached by Trinity School in Newbury, Berkshire who were looking for a local design agency to work with their design and technology department during the school’s design and technology week.

Friday, June 29, 2018 9:46:16 AM


Venus Awards

Inspirational Woman Venus Award goes to our forward-thinking manager!

Our very own Creative Director Anna Sampson has won the University of Reading’s ‘Inspirational Woman’ prize at the Thames Valley Venus Awards.

Thursday, June 21, 2018 2:54:47 PM


The importance of colour in branding

The importance of colour in branding

Many years of research has shown the impact that different colours have on thoughts, feelings and perceptions. That’s why it’s so important that you choose carefully when thinking about the visual aspect of your brand identity.

Friday, June 1, 2018 11:34:46 AM