The Extraspace logo design was refined in 2007 to portray a smart, dynamic, innovative company that strives to be the best and do the best for it’s customers.
The mark consists of two elements, the symbol and the logotype. The symbol is based on two sides of a cuboid shape in 3-D, the cuboid referencing the company’s modular units. The symbol also suggests a positive, confident company with the shape resembling a ‘tick’.
Extraspace also commissioned a corporate identity style guide and a series of logo variations for sub-products
Talking Voices (the podcasting arm of doop.ie in Ireland) has just completed the recording and post production of the Irish Internet Association Internet Congress 2008 podcast over 14 episodes. This is the third year in a row that we have been engaged to create the podcasting of the all day national conference and breakout sessions.
In previous years the podcast was sponsored by Microsoft, this year Rabo Direct came in with a sponsorship package that sees this annual fixture on the internet calendar get recorded for attendees & non attendees alike.
Commenting on the conference podcast Brian Greene of Talking Voices said “We listen to it & record it, so you can enjoy it in the future. Many conference attendees from all over the country now know that the entire conference and breakout sessions are recorded so they can be assured not to miss anything, while been able to spend valuable conference time networking!”
The conference cast is available on the IIA website or via xml subscription & in iTunes.
The brief for the logo design for Irish Deaf Kids was to represent kids who sign or who are bilingual in sign & speech and communicate through speech & lipreading. The design plays with the lettershapes and lips and hands which can also suggest support, linking and bridge-building.
“The Natural Presenter” is a recently published book by doop client Barry Brophy, which helps take the stress out of preparing and delivering a presentation and instead rely on your natural conversational skills that you´ve been honing all of your life. It debunks the many myths of public speaking, and lays out a clear and practical path for anyone who needs to present. The book is available from Amazon and Barry’s website.
doop were commissioned by Asavie Technologies to develop an identity design for AccessMyLan, the company’s reliable and scalable VPN that is easy to install and manage.
Brian King Engineering (BKE) commissioned doop to develop both it’s identity and website. The final logo playing with the letterform’s similarity to electrical symbols (transformer windings / heating elements).