Freedom Lifts is a licensed, unionized installer and servicer of handicapped lifts and elevators, serving Manitoba and northwestern Ontario. Owner Donald Ewasko wanted a fresh, dynamic brand to represent the company, and the result is a versatile look that pops off the page. To learn more about Freedom Lifts, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Brand: Innovative Solutions Engineering Inc.
President Erni Wiebe wanted a simple, clear brand to represent ISEI, and what he got was a classic look that suggests the company's focus on going outside the box and improving through science. To learn more about ISEI, contact email@example.com.
Brand: KSA Development Strategies
When entrepreneur Cheryl Williams decided to launch her own learning and development consultancy under the name "KSA Development Strategies", she needed a bold brand to go with it. Rocketworks built her a brand around this stylized "K" logo that both suggests the growth through the leaves and flowers as well as the three-focused approach of knowledge, skills, and abilities (the "KSA" in the name).
Brand: RecoveryWise Business Recovery Planning Tool
Federated Insurance launched its business recovery planning tool in the late-2000s because 1 in 4 businesses that experiences a disaster never reopens. When an internal name-the-program contest came up with the name RecoveryWise, it was up to Rocketworks owner Philip Wiebe to brand it. With the distinctive "Bounce back." slogan combined with the bouncing ball visual, the brand offers a simple, clear metaphor that helps those new to the program quickly understand its purpose.
Brand: HVPT Station
In the world of electrical transmission and distribution stations, things have remained relatively unchanged over the past 50 years. So when ISEI, PTI, and Manitoba Hydro International set out to market a true innovation in the field, Rocketworks took on the challenge of branding the product. The HVPT Station's brand highlights a key feature of the station--its padmounted design--right in the logo, while providing a strong, unique name to promote in the industry.
Brand: Eastview Community Church
It's the oldest brand on this page, but you wouldn't necessarily know it. Back in 2004, Eastview Community Church needed a new look. This "new" look takes the cross "t" of the old logo and some colouring cues from the church's building, and creates a timeless look that looks as fresh and clean as it did a decade ago.
Brand: Tall Pines Drywall
This classic rustic-looking logo is actually a very recent addition to the collection. The two 6'6"+ tall drywallers behind Tall Pines were looking for a logo that conveyed a comfort level with their clients. With a historic look, customers understand that despite the duo's youthful appearance, these are gentlemen serious about their craft.
Style Guide: Federated Insurance
A brand isn't worth the time it takes to create it if it can't be implemented. That's where a Style Guide comes in; outlining what fonts to use, how to use various letterheads, and suggesting which logos to use where... a style guide is the key to it all. And Rocketworks' own Philip Wiebe created this Style Guide for Federated Insurance, meeting those needs and more!