Drinkwater Travel: A Branding Story

The logo for Drinkwater Travel embodies adventure and romance while still being very professional. The script font used on “Drinkwater” presents a romantic feel as well as giving you ocean vibes. The font used on the word “Travel” is very bold and seems to encourage adventure.

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Montalbano’s Seafood & Catering: A Web Story

When designing the new Montalbano’s website, we wanted to create something that was simple to use while highlighting one of the restaurant’s best features, their food. Montalbano’s excels when it comes to making Cajun food, and they have established quite a name for themselves in the catering business as well.

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Plus One Physical Therapy: A Branding Story

When designing the Plus One Physical Therapy website, we wanted to create something that gave off a feeling of comfort to its visitors. We decided the best way to insert comfort into a website was by the color scheme. With this, we conducted a survey that asked groups of men and women which colors they found most comforting. Once the results were in, we chose the colors and designed the website to have a clean, fun look. Our team member, Nakia Thomas, wrote the website text after learning more about the powerful work of Plus One Physical Therapy.

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Prien Pines: A Branding Story

Creating a logo for Prien Pines Nursery was a detailed process, as there were so many possible design directions and ideas. The final logo design was inspired by using a blueprint from a previous work of the current Prien Pines Nursery owner, Steven Abrahams. The nursery’s logo is the shape of a rose garden Steven created in Bakersfield, California for Seven Oaks Country Club.  

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Anthem: A Web Story

The Anthem website was designed with a clean, modern style to give off a young-hip vibe. Because everyone looks at websites differently, it was also designed for different viewing patterns. The website features an event calendar, a blog, extensive team pages, and a logo designed by Helena Williams. Even though the logo wasn’t designed by The Visual Branding Group, it is our goal to design a website that goes along with the theme (Just a heads up… we love working with clients who already have designs but want to further their branding).

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