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Intu designed by Heydays

Logotype by Heydays for Norwegian accounting and consultant firm Intu

Intu is a Norwegian accounting and consultation firm and real-time technological solutions provider located in the town of Bodø. Design agency Heydays developed a new brand identity solution for Intu—which included naming, logotype, business cards, print communication, custom typography and website design—based around the link between the firm’s two key services and the software it uses to deliver these efficiently.

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Hardhaus designed by Heydays

Logotype by Heydays for specialist mountain sports retailer Hardhaus

Hardhaus is a Norwegian specialist mountain sports retailer located in the alpine municipality of Sykkylven. Based around the concept of ‘technical durability’, Heydays developed a new brand identity solution for Hardhaus—which included a logo, stationery and website—that juxtaposes the utility of a heavy uppercase and stencil cut sans-serif—bold and ‘oversized’ in its execution in print—and the robust and hardy aesthetic of chipboard imagery, with the finer weight, contemporary on-trend and technological sensibilities of a very well rendered set of geometric and mono-line weight icons.

The result is a confident appropriation of a ubiquitous typographic feature, rooted in mountain wayfinding, and material texture, paired with a current illustrative approach, and resolved in a way that appears proprietary and achieves a clear communicative precision and relevant aesthetic impact.

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Håndværk designed by Savvy

Packaging for fashion brand Handvaerk designed by Savvy

Håndværk is a New York based clothing brand that mixes craftmanship, minimal elegance, premium materials and innovative fabrics to produce high quality everyday essentials for both men and women.

Designed by Savvy, Håndværk’s new brand identity—which includes a logo, swing tags and packaging solution with a blind emboss detail—conveys the brand’s elegant and elemental nature with what Savvy describe as clean lines and a simple typographic approach based on “minimal scandinavian and japanese aesthetics”.

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