Scollard Doyle – Brand Identity, Website

Design Factory created a new brand identity, strategy and website for Scollard Doyle.

 

Scollard Doyle are a leading construction consultancy focusing on the Irish and UK market. They specialise in construction cost management, feasibility studies, procurement, project management, development advice, due diligence, project monitoring and advisory services.

 

Visit the updated Scollard Doyle website here.

 

 

Davy Select Website – Visual Design

Design Factory collaborated with Communicraft to generate the visuals for Davy.

 

Design Factory created the visual design concept and aesthetic based on a structure and user experience flow by our partner Communicraft’s UX group designed with a team from Davy.

 

Visit the updated Davy website here.

 

 

Tadhg Design Studio – Website, Identity & Logo

Design Factory has worked closely with TADHG over the last number of years to develop the studio’s brand, logo and profile.

More recently we have updated their website, stationery and designed an info graphic fold out to showcase their work. TADHG is an award winning design studio, celebrating 25 years crafting and designing furniture. They combine the skills of the craftsman with the very best of natural materials, in particular solid wood from sustainable sources, using traditional techniques.

 

 

Howley Hayes Architects – Logo, Website

Logo and website for Howley Hayes Architects, one of the leading conservation practices in Ireland.

 

Howley Hayes Architects is a Royal Institute of the Architects of Ireland Grade 1 accredited conservation practice, with extensive experience in the care, repair, alteration and reuse of historic buildings and places. Throughout all projects completed by Howley Hayes runs a deep commitment to environmental sustainability through design and conservation. The practice has established an impressive reputation for the sensitive conservation of historic buildings and places, and has been responsible for numerous projects of national and international cultural significance.

The logo was high commended by the IDI and can be viewed here.

 View the website and identity we created by visiting here.

MCA Architects – Logo, Web Design

Logo and brand identity design for MCA Architects.

 

A typographic approach was taken with an emphasis on strong photography.

 

Discover our branding in action by clicking here.

 

 

Royal Canal Park – Identity, Web, Print

Identity, brochure and website design for the Royal Canal Park development.

 

Located on the banks of Dublin’s Royal Canal, design factory was taked with creating an identity that spoke to the development the area it was situated in. This was supported through the use of a brochure and a mobile responsive website to drive customer engagement.

You can explore the Royal Canal Park identity through the website we created here.

IUCN World Conservation Congress – Sustainability, Logo, Print, Branding

Brand Guidelines & Strategy

 

A branding and identity design challenge to highlight the work of IUCN.

 

 

O’Hagan Design – Branding, Identity, Print

Logo and brand identity design for O’Hagan Design.

 

Design Factory created a new signature mark for O’HAGAN DESIGN, retailers of contemporary furniture and office/workplace systems. The symbol allows the apostrophe to cut into the upper case O, creating a unique mark. The company operates as O’HAGAN DESIGN in Dublin and O’HAGAN LONDON in the UK.

 

 

FR Kelly – Logo, Design, Brand

Logo design created for FR Kelly, European Patent and Trademark Attorneys.

 

For the logo, our design agency took a typographic approach to the branding and identity for FR Kelly. A warm grey is juxtaposed with a muted red to create visual interest.

 

 

Airsprings – Visual Identity, Design, Branding

A complete visual identity design for Airsprings.

 

Design Factory created an entire marketing suite to visually convey the identity of Airsprings. This visual identity was extrapolated across a number of different media including print, wayfinding and display stands.

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