The Tenfold Collective is a super-talented design studio up in Loveland, CO to help you leave your mark on the world, in this post we’ve bring together awosome brand designs contains Logo, brand identity, user interface design works from TenfoldCollective studio.
The conceptual name really led to some very interesting design concepts. The client is an amazing writer and the collaboration with her took us to places we wouldn’t have gone on our own. It really pushed us.
Zi Zai Dermatology is a new company making 100% natural skin care products using Chinese herbs out of Ft. Collins, CO. Their current focus is creating products for chronic dermatological issues (like psoriasis, eczema, etc.) as well as lip balms and hand treatments. We were lucky enough to design the brand for this wonderful practice along with the product packaging which has just been released.
3. Plan to Eat
This one has been in the works for a while. We’re excited to release the new identity and website for Plan to Eat. This fantastic website helps you plan your meals, create shopping lists, and store your recipes all in one place.
Stir is a program of the Loveland Chamber of Commerce and is sponsored by The Tenfold Collective. Grimm Brothers Brewhouse serves as Stir's beverage sponsor and both Re/MAX Alliance and the Egg & I serve as Stir's breakfast educational sponsors.
The fun part of being a designer, and an aspect of the job that is often a surprise to many, is how intertwined the internal operations of a company and the external brand of a company truly are.
We recently had the pleasure of helping a creative director friend in Salt Lake City brand his new agency Band of Creatives. Unlike their 1940s counterparts, this band came together to fight the good fight for amazing content: web, social, video, design, radio, TV, ambient and what ever is next.
We just finished up our latest brew label design for Grimm Brothers Brewhouse’s Master Thief, and we have to say it’s one of our favorites.
Master the Craft is the blog of self-taught screenwriter, Ryan Johnson. Ryan offers tools, critiques, and lessons from his own experiences to help you take your screenplay to the screen.