Hugo Halliday worked with the team at Mastercom for seven months to plan and produce their 50th Anniversary Gala at The Star Event Centre. The event was successfully held on October 23rd 2018 with almost 200 guests in attendance, including VIPS Julia Finn MP, Jenny Aitchison MP, Councillor Paul Han from City of Parramatta, and… Read more »
Posts Categorized: Branding
The Showground development branding was developed in entirety by the Hugo Halliday team. The Showground is a proposed $3 Billion residential property development in Castle Hill, Sydney. The brand created by Hugo Halliday needed to serve two specific purposes: to position the proposed development as a high-end, well-planned, architecturally designed development suitable to the current… Read more »
Multicultural Aged Care approached Hugo Halliday to help their nonprofit rebrand to “Multicultural Care.” According to the CEO, Multicultural Aged Care rebranded only a couple of years ago, but due to the organisation now becoming a registered NDIS provider, they need their branding to reflect their widened target audience. The CEO applied for… Read more »
The Macmillan Projects logo was designed in-house by Hugo Halliday PR & Marketing. The client provided Hugo Halliday with a rough sketch of what they were after. Hugo Halliday’s in-house graphic designer then set to work creating a number of concept logos for the client to review. These concepts centered around construction and building as… Read more »
Logo design for a family run Indian restaurant, Baba’s Kitchen. The logo utilises an elephant as it is a revered animal in the Indian culture and ‘earthy’ tones to bring a warm atmosphere to the restaurant branding.
2nd Chance Cat Rescue required a logo that would reflect the work they do rescuing cats and kittens from pounds and the streets. They wanted a logo that could be used on t-shirts, stationary and any number of marketing products, so it had to be recognisable. They also wanted the ‘2’ to be prominent. This… Read more »
This logo was created for T R Benson & Associates Accountancy. The client wanted a tree in their logo to symbolise growth and the gold colour was used to symbolise wealth.
A pro bono logo design for Chloe’s Kitten Rescue, a cat rescue organisation based in Sydney. The logo uses the owner’s favourite colours as well as a cartoon of the mascot cat for the organisation and a symbolic paw print.
Logo and stationary designs for MerciQuip, an equipment supplier to the hospitality industry. Included is a: logo, lettehead, business card (front and Back) and compliments slip.
Logo design for The Travel Information Company, a travel agent that also supplies detailed information to travellers about destinations.