- Corporate Clinical Design
Corporate design is one of the most important and powerful tools in business.
- Corporate Identity
is the totality of features that characterise a company and distinguish it from other companies.
The corporate identity is thus the self-image of the company.
The colours chosen will play a big role in how the brand is perceived on the market, so they will need to be selected wisely.
Selected design elements, such as the fonts, help to present the company in a uniform manner, to stand out from others and to remain in the customer's memory.
A well-groomed and professional appearance leads to more trust and more satisfied customers.
The logo is the face of the company. It is the design element which people will associate your brand with most.
- Corporate Design
refers to a sub-area of the corporate identity and includes the entire, uniform appearance of a company.
The business card is often the first interaction between your brand and new clientele. Therefore, it should not only give a positive impression, but also contain some important information.
Appointment cards help patients to remember the date of the next visit and that these will also be kept. At the same time, they remind people of your company again and again.
Folders and brochures help to present information of all kinds clearly and to successfully disseminate advertising messages and information.
Folder & Brochures
The USB stick is a practical and versatile promotional gift that is particularly well received because of its many uses.
- Signage and Modernisation
Office and ordination signs are not only a public business card, but also serve as an orientation aid.
Office signs are not only a public business card, but also serve as an orientation aid.
Door & window designs have an important task. They communicate with the public.
Door & window design (privacy screen)
Door signage guides visitors quickly to their destination and conveys information efficiently.
Interior door labelling
Respect for what already exists goes hand in hand with the desire to modernise the practice without limiting what has been created.
Modernisation of existing practices