Factor Negen (Factor Nine) is a Dutch firm that assists in the connecting of people with employment opportunities and provides training services to business and individuals with a specific focus on personal and professional growth within the context of teamwork. The firm’s visual identity and stationery solution, based around a logo-mark that unites stencil cut detail with the accessible qualities of a face, was developed by multidisciplinary design studio Red Thumb.
Tin Can is a Dutch production company that specialises in the ‘development and production of formats in the field of television, branding, online and events’. This on-screen and environmental multi-disciplinary ‘bridge’ is reflected through an identity solution, created by editorial and visual identity design studio COOEE., that pairs a simple sans serif logo-type with four horizontal lines which move across and consistently wrap both digital and physical surfaces.
Spoorbeeld is a on-line document, created by Bureau Spoorbouwmeester, that outlines the design policies of Dutch Railway’s infrastructure from the perspective of the traveler and provides legal guidance to both government and the private sectors. Spoorbeeld’s identity, visual language, stationery and digital presentation, developed by Amsterdam-based graphic design studio Lava, mixes industry, utility and accessibility through a flat colour palette, modular, stencil cut logo-type and simple digital tablet-based format.