Tag: rebranding

Bethesda Family Therapy’s New Website is LIVE!

by Marstudio Inc.

Bethesda Family Therapy has been a long-time client of Marstudio. Our relationship started with a logo, and grew to include various print collateral, PowerPoint templates, directory ads, executive portraiture, and more. A new website was a long-term goal set by the owner of Bethesda Family Therapy,[…]

Is Moby Dick House of Kabob Rebranding?

by Marstudio Inc.

Over the weekend two of our team members had dinner at one of Moby’s establishments and noticed all-new cups and uniforms, but noted that nothing else (menu, interior design, etc.) had been changed to match, leading our curious minds to question….[…]

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Ray-Ban: Rebranding For Another 75 Years of Success

by Marstudio Inc.

What is the key to a strong, everlasting brand? It’s simple! REBRANDING.

Large corporate companies that have effectively and regularly adapted their brands to current social and cultural trends are proven to continue their success for years to come.[…]

LOGO OF THE WEEK // Ebay’s New Look

by Marstudio Inc.

The recent re-brand of one of the world’s largest online marketplaces definitely caught our attention this week. Released in October, Ebay’s new logo has created some buzz in the design world—but not in a positive way. The company was attempting to create a fresh,[…]

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MARSTUDIO UPDATE // Potomac Physicians Associates’ Colorful New Branding

by Marstudio Inc.

Potomac Physicians Associates’ colorful new branding is complete! After much deliberation, we have delivered what we think is a very cool, unique new logo design to our client, PPA. Here at Marstudio, we had explored countless options for this new brand and ultimately,[…]

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Typography Makes All The Difference | Promaneer’s New Logo

by Marstudio Inc.

This week we completed the newly revamped logo for Promaneer, a consulting and management company for commercial real estate. Promaneer came to us with an average-looking logo that looked outdated and that didn’t assert itself. The client wanted to keep the logo icon more or less the same,[…]

Comedy Central Rebrands.

by Sam R.

I was watching Comedy Central this weekend and I noticed that something was a little off. The small logo on the bottom of my TV screen had suddenly changed to a copyright sign. I wondered a little but then it dawned on me that it was the new logo for the network.[…]