Sometimes a rebranding is also necessary. For example, when the aesthetics of the corporate design no longer match the brand strategy or when companies expand into new areas. The question is, which level of rebranding makes sense. If the branding still fits the brand strategy but is outdated, a refresher is sufficient. A complete rebranding is appropriate when a crucial part of the brand has changed. For example, if a company is entering a new market, targeting a different audience or a merger with another company is imminent. When two established brands join forces to better market their products, we talk about co-branding. For this to succeed, brands and products should complement each other perfectly.
To be on the safe side, SUAN develops CD guidelines. This enables third parties to consistently apply the corporate design that has been defined together with the customer. In the CD guidelines we define the color values, the layout concept as well as the handling of the logo and other design elements like typography or icons.
SUAN’s corporate designs create an emotional recognition value with the goal of a unique brand experience.