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Hydra Dyne TechHydra Dyne Tech logo and identityHydra Dyne Tech logo and identity

By FigDesign

On 07, Jul 2015 | In | By FigDesign

Hydra Dyne Tech

Hydra Dyne Tech designs and manufactures custom hydraulic manifolds, cylinders and swivels that use their unique LocSeal™ technology. The company serves customers in the forestry, agricultural, construction and defense industries.

FigDesign was asked to develop a new identity for the corporation, including logo design, stationery, and interior and vehicle signage. Four different logo arrangements were created to provide flexibility in branding and marketing applications.

Additionally, FigDesign created a responsive, mobile-friendly web site and provided consulting and development guidance to an in-house team of content developers and writers.

VPlus EnergyVPlus EnergyVPlus Energy

On 19, Aug 2016 | In | By FigDesign

VPlus Energy

Vplus Energy is an oil & gas upstream onshore operator that identifies and unlocks the intrinsic value of oil discovered in difficult and/or mature plays to maximize return on investment.

FigDesign developed a visual brand for the company, including logo design and stationery applications. Horizontal and vertical logo arrangements were created to provide flexibility for different applications, and custom patterns based on geological strata were drawn for a variety of uses.

Branding was also applied to a responsive, mobile-friendly web site.

OldSpace NewSpaceOldSpace NewSpace logo by FigDesignOldSpace NewSpace logo by FigDesign

By FigDesign

On 01, Mar 2015 | In | By FigDesign

OldSpace NewSpace

OldSpace NewSpace is an interior design and organization firm based in the Oak Cliff area of Dallas. The company serves clients across the DFW Metroplex with a special focus on organization and storage solutions.

FigDesign was engaged to help name the company, and to develop a visual brand. The clean, open logotype combines different weights and cases to add interest and help legibility. The modular color system, consisting of subtle hues of a middle value, is flexible and works with both light and dark backgrounds.

CCPEO ConsultingCCPEO ConsultingCCPEO Consulting

By FigDesign

On 28, Oct 2014 | In | By FigDesign

CCPEO Consulting

CCPEO Consulting helps organizations large and small decide whether a Professional Employer Organization (PEO) can be beneficial to their bottom line, and if so, how to choose from the hundreds of choices available.

FigDesign developed an identity including logo variations, business process graphics, stationery and marketing literature.

FigDesign also designed and implemented a web site that is simple to maintain and includes downloads as well as plans offerings and sales information.

 

Emil Frei & Associates web siteweb site design by FigDesignweb site design by FigDesign

By FigDesign

On 24, Oct 2012 | In | By FigDesign

Emil Frei & Associates web site

A flexible web site was developed for Emil Frei & Associates to showcase selected stained glass projects from decades of design, fabrication and installations across the country. The studio was founded in 1898 by Bavarian-born Emil Frei, and the sixth generation of his family carries on the tradition.

“The remarkable history and enormous body of work produced by the studio since the late 19th century — at least, a small portion of it — can now be seen online,” says FigDesign’s David Fiegenschue. “As the family and artisans revisit their past projects and catalog them, there is a visible platform to share this unique treasure with future generations in a sustainable way.”

The framework allows the client to add project details and images easily as time and research permits. The latest generation of the Frei family anticipates this will be a long but interesting task.

The site is responsive, displaying appropriately on mobile devices as well as desktop screens.

FigDesign also created a word mark for the studio.

Launch the site

 

Cappuccino Bar at UDCappuccino Bar at UDCappuccino Bar at UD

By FigDesign

On 28, Aug 2012 | In | By FigDesign

Cappuccino Bar at UD

Featuring a monk-as-mug, this mark for a popular meeting spot at the University of Dallas draws on the heritage of the school’s Rome Campus tradition as well as the presence of several distinguished members of the Cistercian Order on the Irving faculty.

The origin of the term cappuccino includes a visual pun on the brown Capuchin robe as coffee and the bald head as frothed milk.

Three versions of the mark — circular, vertical and horizontal — were developed to fit different applications.