West Yorkshire-based ACD&B has secured a trio of new client wins. The independent creative agency has added beauty etailer Justmylook, Wakefield Trinity Community Foundation charity, and Pacc, a research-based selection and employee engagement consultants, to its roster of clients.
Justmylook tasked ACD&B with rebranding its logo, and to deliver design and photography briefs. In addition, ACD&B, which specialises in providing clients with branding, artworking, creative, web design and PR, created a new branding system for Pacc’s existing logo.
For Wakefield Trinity Community Foundation, ACD&B was challenged to create a new brand identity and system for its Trinity Education department. The brief requested that the new branding incorporated Wakefield Trinity Rugby Leagues’ blue and red colour palette and fleur-de-lis.
Managing director, Chris Parkinson said: “The year couldn’t have started better. We’re thrilled to have delivered branding projects for three great brands in the beauty, charity and HR sectors. Creating and reimagining a brand allows us to be at our most creative. We have equally enjoyed working with Justmylook, Pacc and Wakefield Trinity Community Foundation, to help create new identities that better reflect their services.”
Luke Williams, founder and sales director at Justmylook said: “Our rebrand was long overdue. Working with ACD&B has been seamless across every brief. Creativity is at the heart of what they do and they have delivered a quality, professional logo that better represents Justmylook and elevates our brand.”