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Generous Plumber Offers Services for Free to Over 2,000 Elderly and Disabled People

Over two years ago, plumber James Anderson received a career-changing call. On the other end of the line was an elderly, bed-bound man who explained to Anderson that he was without heating or hot water. While other companies the customer had called were unable to solve this issue, Anderson found a solution within thirty minutes—and, […] The post Generous Plumber Offers Services for Free to Over 2,000 Elderly and Disabled People appeared first on My Modern Met.

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Invoice

High quality of Professional Invoice Templates designed for personal purpose, corporate or company billing purpose. These template files can be easily customized using Microsoft® Word on a Mac or PC. With just a few clicks, you can easily change the text, fonts, and colors to personalize your own content and color scheme. This Simple Invoice will help you to create your invoice very quick and easyPRODUCT INCLUDESA4 size or 21 x 29,7 cmUS Letter Size300 DPIAvailable on Microsoft Word, Adobe Photoshop, Adobe IllustratorCMYK color modePrint Ready with 3 mm bleedUse free fonts.All shapes are vector-based.Pixel perfect shapes.Editable text, image & colorNOTEAll images used here are just for preview purposes only & they are not included in main downloadable files.

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Noted: New Logo and Identity for Aircall by Muxu.Muxu and In-house

“Who you gonna aircall?” (Est. 2014) "Aircall is an intuitive and powerful cloud-based phone system. It's a complete business phone and call center software in one. Aircall integrates seamlessly with your most-used CRMs and support tools to empower your team with relevant data. Manage your entire phone system, set up dynamic and intelligent call queues, create personalized caller journeys, and automatically route calls to the right representative from anywhere in the world. After receiving $29 million in series-B funding ($40 million to date), Aircall has quickly grown to over 150 employees worldwide. Rapid growth will continue in the next year with ~100 new hires projected between Paris and New York City." Design by Muxu.Muxu (Bordeaux, France) and In-house Related links Aircall blog post Relevant quoteOur name, logo, and early messaging all helped explain what we do, but they never quite captured why we are doing it and how we are different.That’s changing today.This moment is about more than logos, colors, and fonts. It’s a declaration of our priorities at this new stage of the business. Images (opinion after) References in the icon. Logo. Logo animation. Color palette. Invoice. Cufflinks? Identity introduction. Some sample applications in there. Opinion The old logo was not terrible but it was bland and generic, with a phone icon that looked more like signage indicating a phone is available than representing a company. I’m not entirely sure why but I really like the new monogram. The holding shape is interesting and the “A” is intriguing. I was ready to call bullshit on the references in it but, sure, it’s a combination of A, megaphone, and old phone and they yield a groovy monogram. Wordmark is expected but decent — perhaps a dark gray would have been a better pairing for the green than stark black. The color palette is a little random but par for the course for a SaaS company. The quick glimpse at the applications are, again, all decent and simple. Overall, a nice and modest evolution that makes the company look more put together and a much more distinctive logo.

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Invoice

High quality of Professional Invoice Templates designed for personal purpose, corporate or company billing purpose. These template files can be easily customized using Microsoft® Word on a Mac or PC. With just a few clicks, you can easily change the text, fonts, and colors to personalize your own content and color scheme. This Simple Invoice will help you to create your invoice very quick and easyPRODUCT INCLUDESA4 size or 21 x 29,7 cmUS Letter Size300 DPIAvailable on Microsoft Word, Adobe Photoshop, Adobe IllustratorCMYK color modePrint Ready with 3 mm bleedUse free fonts.All shapes are vector-based.Pixel perfect shapes.Editable text, image & colorNOTEAll images used here are just for preview purposes only & they are not included in main downloadable files.

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Reviewed: New Logo, Identity, and Packaging for Tong Heng by &Larry

“Great Way to Tart your Day” Established in 1935, Tong Heng is a family-owned pastry shop specializing in traditional Cantonese pastries and are renowned for their signature diamond-shaped egg tarts. With two retail locations in Singapore and making its pastries 90% by hand -- they barely use any machines (other than ovens) -- Tong Heng builds on its heritage that began long before its 1935 birth date when its founder, an immigrant from China, was selling coffee and toast from a push cart in the early 1900s. Today, the pastry shop is consistently busy and its egg tarts attract international attention. In 2018*, Tong Heng introduced a new identity designed by Singapore-based &Larry. * 2018 is WAY outside my time limits for posting but I thought this was a very charming story -- see this video here (they mention the rebranding towards the end) -- for a small family-owned business with a long legacy as well as the design being pretty good. The new brandmark and identity system pay respect to the original design while being thoroughly optimised for modern day requirements. The brand essence for Tong Heng, summed up as "Joy in a Bite", is incorporated into the Chinese character for 'joy' (興) as the radicals for 'a bite' (一口).&Larry project page Logo. "Joy in a bite", brand essence. The "a bite" part of the logo replaced with goodies. I do not know nearly enough -- and by that I mean, I know nothing, like Jon Snow -- about Chinese characters to attempt to write an informed opinion on either the before or after logo as it relates to the typography, readability, or appropriateness of the evolution. Visually, I do like the softness of the old logo better as well as the seal-like composition but its ITC Bauhaus Latin typography was certainly out of place. The new, more angular shapes feel a little harsh for a family-owned business making pastries but, as mentioned, I'll defer to our Singaporean readers to comment if this is better. The new Latin wordmark is alright... it wouldn't have been my choice but it's an option, sure. I know in my second paragraph I mentioned the design of this project was good and the opening opinion is not favorable but here we go with the good stuff that gets better as you scroll... Stationery. Business cards. Invoice. The stationery is pretty good, with a kind of old-school approach to them and the invoice looks great. Something about invoices lately that really gets me going. There are some odd instances of an oversized sans serif in orange across these materials, though, that's kind of awkward. Uniform. The packaging for Tong Heng is a focal point for brand engagement and differentiation. In discussing what 'heritage' meant to Tong Heng, when so many brands claimed some form of 'heritage', the answer fell back on the name and the tradition: bringing joy to people in every pastry Tong Heng makes.Designing with this in mind, what emerged was a vibrant portrayal of the essential elements of the brand: the diamond shape of Tong Heng's signature egg tarts, 'lucky clouds' and other Chinese symbology for auspicious days, various shapes of pastries and ingredients, etc.&Larry project page Icons and illustrations. The style of the illustrations is delightful, with barely a hint of shadow that adds a great deal of depth and texture to the detailed drawings. The little birds, with the shadow on the tails are so good. This is a great way of giving the common single-thickness line drawing style a fresh approach. The packaging design eschews the typical aesthetics of a 'modern traditional' brand for a decidedly young-at-heart look. The three colour variants are illustrated with rich Chinese symbology, and are designed with modular inserts to keep delicate pastries securely in place during transport.&Larry project page Packaging. The illustrations come together in the most festive ways on the packaging in different configurations within the same compositions. The colors are neat and the integration of the logo as well as some additional elements like the date and the description of the brand looks great. I'm not a big fan of the diamond pattern backgrounds... would have loved to see the flat colors on their own or perhaps less of a contrast with the patterns. A few more packaging elements. OLD exterior of shop. For main store in Chinatown, &Larry worked closely with Nomura Design on the customer journey experience and also to ensure that the staff have ample room to work in. Special care was given to the materiality to enhance the sense of place and time, as as to modernising the product displays for the Instagram generation. These principles were also executed for the smaller satellite store in Jurong Point.&Larry project page New exterior. Interiors. The new store looks fantastic. As a tourist I would not hesitate a second to step into that store and as a recurring customer I'm sure anyone would appreciate the improvement over the old store. I love how the wall behind the display case is filled with the packaging -- it actually makes the diamond pattern look quite nice, so what do I know? Sign. Yeah! Overall, save for a few design details here and there, this is a great evolution that modernizes a 110-year-old business that maintains a feeling of tradition while making the product look even more delectable and covetable.

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Reviewed: New Logo, Identity, and Packaging for FENTY by Commission

“Blue in the Maze” Established in 2019, FENTY is a new fashion house founded by Robyn Rihanna Fenty, acting as its CEO and artistic director, in collaboration with LVMH, the French multinational luxury goods conglomerate. The brand will live online and in pop-up shops, offering ready to wear fashion, shoes, and accessories for women, FENTY, as is to be expected reflects the personality and tastes of Rihanna and "embraces a fundamental freedom: a freedom from convention and rules". Launched in May, the identity for FENTY was designed by London, UK-based Commission. The Maze - the core logo - is inspired by traditional monograms that interlace every character of a name. The strong geometric forms of F E N T Y create an icon that resembles many things from circuitry to a greek key. New, but familiar, The Maze aims to reflect the complexity of Rihanna's character.Commission identity project page Monogram. Wordmark and monogram lock-up. The logo ticker - referenced from constantly moving news tickers - features throughout fenty.com and is adapted into call-to-action buttons, release announcements, and category headers across the site as well as the packaging and labelling. The logotype is often used in isolation across product details, from zippers to cap branding.Commission identity project page Your browser does not support the video tag. Logo ticker. At first glance, especially with the wordmark, it's tempting to dismiss this yet as another black, deadpan sans serif following the direction of other fashion brands but two simple details move the needle into a more distinctive range: the reverse "N" -- which actually comes from Fenty Beauty, Rihanna's other consumer brand -- and the crossbar of the "F" that extends to the left. Neither are groundbreaking but both give the wordmark sufficient personality and start to evoke the "freedom from rules" approach of the brand. The monogram is a funky combination of uppercase and lowercase letterforms somewhat awkwardly interlocked together. On its own I don't quite like it -- don't hate it either -- but I really like how it works small when it's paired with the wordmark as it creates a little bundle of texture that becomes more graphic and less typographic. The visual identity was applied across garments and a completely custom packaging system designed by Commission which included e-commerce suite, boutique shopping bags, shoe boxes, accessories boxes, dust bags, shoe bags, garment bags, hangers, invoice and invoice wallets, swing tags, buttons tags, neck labels, garment labels, and garment branding. Commission packaging and branding project page -- photography by Luke Evans Packaging, neat. Packaging, scattered. On the packaging, the logo runs across the middle of the boxes and bags but it's not centered, making the logo bleed into the sides and cleverly mimicking the ticker motion in a static application. The blue color is quite nice but, for better or worse, I keep thinking/seeing Tiffany & Co., which isn't a fault of this identity but rather how strong the association is between any kind of nice packaging that is all blue and the Tiffany & Co. brand. But I digress away from Tiffany & Co.... I'm not sure if blue was the right color choice -- something about it feels off. Like, it's too... conforming. Whereas the logo has a few uncomfortable elements the blue seems too comfortable for the otherwise non-conformist attitude of the brand. Nonetheless, the packaging does look good and the relative harshness of the logo looks quite nice sculpted and in gold foil. Sticker. Bag. Bag details. I could literally look at close-ups of paper and gold foil all year long. Hangers. Garment bag. Accessory bags. Case detail. Hang tag. Labels. Button. Embroidered detail. The flexibility of the logo -- to exist as a lock-up or to be used separately -- along with the simplicity of its two elements works wonders in all the myriad applications and production methods. Overall, it's a crisp and elegant identity and the website -- through the inaugural photography (and actual products) -- gives the brand the edge it promises.

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Invoice

High quality of Professional Invoice Templates designed for personal purpose, corporate or company billing purpose. These template files can be easily customized using Microsoft® Word on a Mac or PC. With just a few clicks, you can easily change the text, fonts, and colors to personalize your own content and color scheme. This Simple Invoice will help you to create your invoice very quick and easyPRODUCT INCLUDESA4 size or 21 x 29,7 cmUS Letter Size300 DPIAvailable on Microsoft Word, Adobe Photoshop, Adobe IllustratorCMYK color modePrint Ready with 3 mm bleedUse free fonts.All shapes are vector-based.Pixel perfect shapes.Editable text, image & colorNOTEAll images used here are just for preview purposes only & they are not included in main downloadable files.

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