Opinion by Richard Baird
2LG is an award-winning London-based interior design studio, offering residential and commercial interior design, styling and consultation services, founded by creative duo Jordan Cluroe and Russell Whitehead. The studio’s work is characterised by a use of signature colour, high quality material texture and moments of significant contrast, and emerges from a process rooted in creative partnership and a sensitivity to both the past and present. This is expressed by the studio’s new graphic identity and website design, developed by Two Times Elliott, through dyed boards and glossy finish of business cards and stationery, in the blocks of colour responding to project images online, and in small details such as the two parallel lines of the logo, in the pairing of typefaces and the customisable format of journal entries.
Opinion by Richard Baird.
Holvi is a digital bank account created for entrepreneurs and micro-businesses with the intention of making banking, paperless bookkeeping and invoicing simpler and more efficient. Holvi is positioned as more than just a digital bank account, and comes with a plethora of integrated features. These include the seamless syncing of information between different systems, sending invoices in a few clicks, a way to set up online sales, and save and record receipts.
Scandinavian design studio Werklig helped Holvi to develop its strategy and graphic identity as it continues its expansion further into Europe. Working with key personnel, the studio identified and refined Holvi’s values, defined brand tonality, fine-tuned competitive advantages and clarified market positioning.
Holvi is personal and professional, a cheerful and reliable utility. This is expressed by its new graphic identity. Using simple form language, a soft and modern colour palette and Cartographe Sans, Werklig finds a smart intersection between the mechanical and the playful. This links a variety of printed assets such as business cards, stationery, merchandise and tote bags, and digital experiences that included website and mobile app.