All of our work is the result of the Design Thinking process. Here you’ll find stand-alone examples that highlight the result of this thinking, however, to see the full scope of our thinking in action we suggest reading our case studies or RNR solution pages.
Identity: All logos are not created equal. A logo is a flag, a signature, an escutcheon. A logo doesn’t sell directly or describe a business. Instead, its meaning is derived from the quality of what it symbolizes. How it is put into use also determines how it is perceived. With our passion and dedication to design as a craft, we are able to create logos and identity packages (business cards, letterhead, envelopes, etc.) that are distinct, usable, memorable, universal, enduring, and timeless. Here are a few examples of identities we’ve created.