Whew! We did it folks, we made it through our first year! And most importantly we made it through the holidays and can officially relax, say goodbye to January, hello to 2016 and politely ask February not to be too unkind. Since the new year is well underway your creative marketing team here at Hatchbytes figured this would be a great opportunity to take a look back and reflect on all the hard work and wonderful clients of 2015. So grab a cup of joe and let’s walk down a memory lane filled with stunning graphic designs, catching logos and rocking website designs!
Hatchbytes creative agency was excited to have the opportunity to work with RevivAll clothing in
June of 2015. The project began as a logo update. RevivAll wanted their logo to emphasize that their clothing was made from up-cycled materials. Hence revive, and was produced with love for people of all genders, shapes and sizes, that’d be the all. It was important to maintain the brand’s current identity by not straying too far from the original logo. However, they felt the original design had not been able to capture what RevivAll was all about. By incorporating the R from the previous logo and adjusting the typography, Hatchbytes was able to capture the spirit of the RevivAll Clothing brand!
Once the logo design was completed the Hatchbytes team got to work on RevivAll’s website design and development. It was an extra special treat to work on this project by creating RevivAll’s very own e-commerce website. The website features a blog page and includes secure login for all your shopping needs. And most importantly information regarding upcoming fashion shows.
Silver Lining Productions
Sometimes, our clients businesses take on a life of their own and grow and mature in a different
direction. Silver Lining Productions started out as a clothing manufacturing company. They eventually blossomed into an event production company based out of Eugene, OR. As they made the change to producing and curating fashion shows they realized that their brand identity needed to change with them. Rachel Matagora, the talented graphic designer from the Hatchbytes creative team was able to capture Silver Lining Productions new identity. She created a logo that was classic and chic for the fashion forward company. In addition to collateral items they can use to share their new brand with the world.
Once Sliver Lining’s logo design was complete the Hatchbytes team got to work creating a website that was professional and easy to navigate.
One that invited people to get involved in the fashion community. With the use of responsive website design, you can keep up to date on Silver Lining Productions upcoming events from any device.
Fraulein Couture is a garment company based out of Eugene, OR. They specialize in unique, hand-crafted couture clothing and lingerie. Fraulein already had a strong brand identity of being fierce, dark and powerful. For their logo design the Hatchbytes graphic designer found inspiration in a confident, film noir heroine – sleek and feline. Thus the logo was born and a beautiful dual image of a woman and a cat was able to capture the dark and powerful, yet feminine sleekness of Fraulein Couture.
The next step in the project was to create a functional e-commerce website . In addition to a responsive web design it needed to help visitors find information on upcoming press events and shows.
Employing the use of large images and easy navigation the website design encourages users to follow Fraulein Couture via social media outlets. Allowing the brand’s identity to connect with people from all over.
Camas Swale Farms
Camas Swale Farms is an organic farm located outside of Eugene. They were looking for a new logo and brand that would be an extension of their already reputable reputation as an organic food source for families and restaurants alike. It was important to convey their brand’s identity through a logo that represents their relationship with the organic foods they grow. Hence, their logo was designed with the yin and yang symbol as a backdrop to the hills of Coburg, OR. In addition to a farmer working the fields with hand-tools. Then Rachel incorporated the camas flower and the crosswise image of the moon and the farmer’s hat to complete the image of the yin and yang symbol. As a result she was able to capture the identity of the Camas Swale Farms brand.
White Label Extracts
White Label Extracts is an Oregon based, OMMP Compliant, closed loop extraction service. They asked the Hatchbytes design team to create a logo that would capture their brand’s identity. They wanted something that could be used
on various collateral items. The creative team was inspired by the optical illusion known as impossible objects. Resulting in a design that the mind would try to put together as if it was a jigsaw puzzle. This, accompanied with a modern typeface, allows the White Label Extract brand to stand out on a product shelf, no matter what the packaging method.
Echo Electuary is an Oregon based Medical Marijuana company. They specialize in medically infused Willamette Valley honey and other electuary blends. Working with the current logo design the Hatchbytes creative team has been assisting Echo Electuary by updating product labels. They continue to stay within the company’s branding guidelines while also incorporating the government rules and regulations.
Dr Molly Vendetti & Dr Carly Peterschmidt
Dentistry at the Ten is a family and cosmetic dentistry based out of Eugene. Dr. Molly and Dr. Carly were looking for a website design that was user-friendly and inviting. They wanted a place their clients could easily access information about their services and schedule appointments. The Hatchbytes web development team created a website that is SEO-friendly. Also, it uses scrolling design elements that are easy to navigate and pleasing to the eye.
Once the website design was complete it was time to boost SEO ratings by launching an online marketing campaign. The content developers at Hatchbytes employed the use of social media outlets and a blog page. Therefore, organically improving the Dentistry’s search engine rankings and furthering their clientele in the Eugene area.
Friendly Street Market
Hatchbytes has been fortunate enough to help our friends over at the Friendly Street Market and Deli establish a brand identity. With the creation posters and flyers for various events, as well as design coupons. It was important to incorporate a graphic design that would be eye-catching and familiar to customers. As a result our creative team designed a variety of posters. They incorporated similar graphic design elements and the Friendly Street logo into each new and exciting poster.
With the use of posters to inform guests of different events Friendly Street Market and Deli is off to a great start establishing a recognizable brand!
Vero Espresso House
Vero Espresso House, a speciality coffee and espresso house based out of Eugene. It is a proven hot spot coffee destination for locals and visitors alike. Though their popularity as an espresso house is unmatched, they were in need of a web design re-do that would put them on the internet’s map! The web development team was excited to design an eye appealing and functional website to help boost Vero’s SEO rankings. The goal was to provide a user-friendly place their customers can go to learn about Vero’s business and explore the menu. They also wanted it to function as a launching point for their other social media outlets.
Eugene By Design
Eugene By Design is creative company based out of Eugene, Oregon. They focuses on spotlighting local innovators in the design, art and technology fields. Their mission is to explore how communities and individuals are influenced by creative expression. Therefore, they host various community events and pop-up instillations. The Hatchbytes graphic designers created a logo with the use of defined lines to capture the companies identity of being froward thinking, high-fashion and professional.
MPath, a health and wellness organization based out of Eugene, Oregon, needed a logo design that was professional and simple, yet able to convey the values of their Northwest roots. The
wonderful graphic designer at Hatchbytes created a logo with simple, clean lines that flow into each other. Resulting in a design that has an organic feel. By incorporating a mountain into the design the logo is a testament of MPath’s northwest values and completes the logo’s overall friendly appeal.
Try 5 Educational Campaign
For OREC’s (Oregon Recreational Edibles Council) first educational campaign they needed a catchy logo design that would translate over to collateral items. Their goal is to educate people on the safe ingestion of edible cannabis. The Hatchbytes creative design team employed elements of alternating colors and a solid white font to create an eye catching logo. Resulting in a design that will translate over to collateral items, helping spread the word about their educational campaign.
One of our favorite parts about working in an industry that produces creative marketing campaigns, designs logos and websites is that you get to work on a variety of projects from different disciplines. We were excited when Claire Wachter approached our design team about creating a cover design and book layout for her book, The Genius of Domenico Scarlatti. The project was fun and challenging to create a book cover that was classic, sophisticated and intriguing.
ASAP! – Animal Surgery Assistance Project
As some of you might already know the creative team here at Hatchbytes is filled with animal lovers! That’s why we were so excited to become apart of the ASAP team and help them design an approachable logo and establish their brand identity. ASAP is a non-profit animal surgery assistance program based out of Eugene. By using cool and fun colors, a thick typeface and an adorable French Bulldog with a heart nose, the graphic designers created a versatile and
friendly logo that captures the mission and brand identity of ASAP!
Once the logo was created it was time to find a place for ASAP in the
online world and create them a website that allows their guests to easily access information.
Saint Vincent de Paul: Truffle Shuffle Logo
Here at Hatchbytes we are always looking for a good cause and love getting involved in our local community! When we heard that the non-profit organization St Vincent De Paul was looking for someone to design a logo for this year’s Truffle Shuffle we couldn’t wait to help! The Truffle Shuffle is an annual 4 or 2 mile run/walk/roll event to raise funds for Veteran families in Lane County. The Hatchbytes design team created a Veteran themed logo overlooking an Oregon shaped truffle and a scenic mountain range to pay homage to our Northwest roots.
That’s a Wrap!
As you can tell it was a productive and eventful 2015 for your Eugene-based creative agency! And we’re already starting off 2016 on a strong note with several projects underway. A quick shout out goes to our friends at Da’Nang Vietnamese Eatery and our continued work on their new website design! We’ll keep you posted as their website progresses but for the meantime give yourself a pat on the back for a year well done and we’ll keep the creative energy flowing for 2016!!