Designed by: PepsiCo Design & Innovation
Country: United States

Holmegaard

Updated on October 17th, 2009  |  
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Designed by Make® | Country: Denmark | Fonts: DLT Documenta

We supported Holmegaard in developing a new brand strategy celebrating the legacy without letting the past define the brand. The pivot point  was taken from brand surveys and internal interviews. It was clear that the brand should target a younger audience. A new strategy was needed to project the strong, emotional quality and Nordic design values present in the products. Therefore, the key objective was to transform an old fashioned brand and to grasp the sparkle in the products. To turn an occasional usage of the products to an everyday experience without losing the high-end design and quality feeling.”

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Holmegaard

1 Minute Read
holme1

holme1

Designed by Make® | Country: Denmark | Fonts: DLT Documenta

We supported Holmegaard in developing a new brand strategy celebrating the legacy without letting the past define the brand. The pivot point  was taken from brand surveys and internal interviews. It was clear that the brand should target a younger audience. A new strategy was needed to project the strong, emotional quality and Nordic design values present in the products. Therefore, the key objective was to transform an old fashioned brand and to grasp the sparkle in the products. To turn an occasional usage of the products to an everyday experience without losing the high-end design and quality feeling.”

holme2

holme3

holme4

holme5

holme6

holme7

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