Collateral

The diversity of marketing collaterals is reflected by the wide range of businesses Goods Lift work with. From traditional printed materials to packages and e-brochures, the intention is to create stategically memorable and useful pieces, in economonic ways.

From the Ground Up

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Goods Lift has been working with Viponds Paints to upgrade their marketing image, labels and colour cards. The Paving Paint card is a printed card with colours closely matched in process ink.

 

Snap Shot

torunn business cardsPhotographer Torunn Momtazi was looking to rebrand her business, and develop some printed pieces that would be flexible in their use. Goods Lift designed a new logo, business cards and DL sized sticker.

True Colours

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coll wattyl3The recent release of Wattyl Colour Designer saw Goods Lift engaged by the Duha Group to develop the collateral for architects and designers. Colour cards, binders and fandecks were given a strong identity as a collection.

coll wattyl4Select Wattyl colour cards including the Solagard card pictured right have also been given a fresh overhaul.

Spread The Love

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Spread makes jams and pickles with a wholesome, old fashioned attitude. Lydia came to Goods Lift for a label design that represented that simplicity and being pared back to basics. Spread hasn't looked back, and the business is growing in leaps and bounds.

Cover Story

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The recipe book by Stephanie Willaton entitled 'Nourish' is a true contemporary wholefood thesis. Goods Lift were engaged to develop a cover to carry the message of this freshness of spirit and a bit of deliciousness.

Paper Chase

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Above: Stationery ranges are developed as needed to reinforce the corporate identity of firms. The GPS Partners collection included letterhead, a follower page, with compliments slips, envelopes, business cards, pads and pens.

Right: Each month GPS Partners release a client update in a range of formats... both digital and printed. Goods Lift is engaged to develop the layout for each issue.

Tech Spec

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coll markup2ove: Depending on the market, a digital brochure can be the most effective way to target your information, and keep it on the virtual desktop of your potential customers. MarkUp commissioned this digital brochure as a quick rundown of the complex benefits that their product offers.

Right: A desktop is prime real estate, and a good looking branded notepad is a likely candidate to stay in place and do its job.

Attention Seeker

coll master1MasterLevel look after the niche market of sub-floor levelling. Catching the attention of people in the building and flooring trade can be tough, so a highly illustrative brochure was developed by Goods Lift to capture the market's attention.

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