Helping Jack & Bry apply their branding.
Our friends at Jack & Bry had the main elements of their logo and branding done by a larger London-based agency.
Once this work was done, we then rolled the branding out over other design collateral such as packaging.
Save budget by placing the appropriate jobs with the right sized agency.
Not all food branding agencies are the same. Typically they are grouped into small agencies (or freelancers), mid-sized (like Toast) or large agencies like 1HQ.
- Larger agencies typically focus on the top-level branding for projects with significant budgets and will work on other elements of the project outside of the creative.
- Medium-sized agencies also have the project branding covered, but are more affordable whilst still having the capacity work on larger projects
- Small agencies or freelancers are typically 1–3 people and are often best placed to work on smaller projects
If you’ve worked with a large agency on the top-level aspects of your product and its branding, we can help you with everything else.
Many of our clients come to Toast when they’ve invested significantly in the top-level branding work and need a creative agency with the capacity and the ability to quickly turn around other creative parts of the project.
You still need the quality and the capacity, but you don’t need the London-agency price tag.
We help a lot of our clients with more ‘bread and butter’ work such as:
- Applying your branding to new SKUs
- Updating packaging as details change
- Applying your branding to your company stationery
- Your overall corporate identity or brand identity
- Producing slide decks and stakeholder materials
- Creating a print-based corporate style guide
- Advertising and promotional materials
- Social media campaigns and graphics
- Brochures and marketing collateral
- Sub-brand development
- Websites and e-commerce
- Video and interactive
- Website support and SEO