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Opinion by Richard Baird.
Globetouch is a UK communications business and platform owned by operators and providing a wide range of mobile devices with access to a global and cloud-based ecosystem through an extensive network of offices and data centres.
This extensive network and global reach is expressed throughout Globetouch’s brand identity, created by Bunch, using a modern pared-down colour palette inspired by migratory birds, a G that matches the tilt of the earth, patterns that draw on binary code, and a photographic library that touches upon exploration, travel and data.
These assets connect a variety of print and digital communications including, but certainly not limited to, brand guidelines, business cards, stationery, brochures, packaging and website.
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