Hellsten Gears is a Stockholm based company specialising in gearbox sales.
The client had a clear idea of the concept but wanted help with refining it and executing it.
Baloolearning is an e-learning platform owned by PingPong AB.
The client wanted a brand new identity to help with the launch.
RetailResearch is a research project which aims to investigate the labor churn and career paths that employees have in retailing and wholesale on the Swedish territory.
The project is driven by four PHD researchers and backed by Jönköping University.
The design task included the website design and build.
he Helios Initiative is an ambitious crowdfunding project for tackling global greenhouse gas emissions and decreasing them in a direct and ascertainable way.
The Helios Initiative wants humanity to wake up, and to jointly invest in our planet, climate and future, by building thousands of solar power plants across the globe in a relatively short time span so that we can bring down greenhouse gas emissions from electricity production ASAP.
the Helios Initiative wants to build the solar plants in succeeding iterations, where each iteration will build more plants than the previous one, and where the profit from existing plants will be invested into building the next iteration of plants.
Logo for a remote Norwegian hotel/residence establishment in the arctic circle.
The client wanted to make sure his logo included all of the elements that make this location unique. The specific island formation that can be seen from the village, the birds that nest in the archipelago, the small lighthouse that stands in the bay and, of course, the sea.
Logo for a real estate consulting firm based in Venice, Italy.
Logo for the Svenska Logopedförbundets Studentsektion - The Swedish association of speech therapy students; a group that includes students from 6 different universities around the country. www.info-sloss.com
The story behind the Layerwave logo is quite interesting.
The client was running an omnibus service with a Swedish name. But the service had outgrown its regional boundaries, and for every new market where it had been established, it had received a local name. After a few years the number of local brands made up-keeping and updating rather time consuming, thus the need for one international brand surfaced. The requirements were pretty harsh.
The brand needed to:
be available as a .com domain
feel like a tech brand
work in Sweden where the majority of the clients were
relate to what the statistical platform solved for its users
It took a few weeks to figure it out, but eventually Layerwave was born. A platform that allowed users to gather statistical information about different population segments, or, so to speak, uncover previously hidden layers of data. The statistical information was gathered in weekly waves.