Agro Marialinda is a business that exports guatemalan Croton shrubs. Colorful and extremely adaptable to exterior gardening, Croton have colors ranging from yellow to green and orange to bright red – it’s colors increase their intensity with optimum lightning. Agro Marialinda exports Croton in tip cuttings, stranded, grounded and in shaped layers.
The project included logo development and a site that would fit their needs: an online visual catalog of their products, a look to their nursery and location, as well as a friendly contact form for interested clients.
For the Logo, we wanted a logo that would not work for online viewing but also would translate well to printing for both business cards to shipping boxes.
After careful study of their product portfolio, we decided to do a vector close-up of the Croton shrubs – that same logo detail would be used as the site’s icon.
For the site, giving the changing times and different devices used to visit websites, we decided that we would work with a WordPress installation that would be responsive. After deciding on the Avada Theme at ThemeForest, we worked together to work through the details of the site to match their needs, including the online catalog.
The site will also feature a sister spanish version, which we will launch soon!
This is a sample of the pieces that have been made for Corporate Image, such as Logos and Business Cards.
A salvadoran Coffee Shop and Catering service, they wanted business cards to hand out to clients that wanted their contact information.
Guatemalan Business, Lemon Grass Natural Products wanted a design for their brand LemonG, a logo that would show the natural and organic nature of their products. The project was not only a logo, but also Image Guidelines (Print, PDF and Digital files) for the brand. It covered everything from the fonts, the colors to the different sizes that they can use the logo.
Lafimarq, when approaching their 25th Anniversary, wanted to have a commemorative logo for their Marketing Collateral, but using the same logo. We provided different concepts, and this one was the winner.
Two entrepreneur Chefs wanted both a logo that would be memorable but also easy to embroider. Saboroso means savory or tasty in portuguese.
An upcoming business, Trader Brands, focused on Exporting natural goods from Guatemala to the world, asked us to create a logo for them. Using the arrows to communicate the idea of worldwide operations was one of their requests. Also, they wanted something that would look good using only black ink when printed on their most basic settings.
A guatemalan cellphone kiosk, wanted a logo that would give the message of communication. Tu Movil means your mobile in spanish.