Sound interior office design, interior architectural solutions, space planning.
McDermott offers disciplined creative solutions for commercial, medical and corporate spaces, both large and small. They have been merging physical beauty with client productivity for over a decade, throughout over six million square feet along the Front Range.
Since 1993, McDermott has emerged as the stable and consistent provider of interior architecture solutions with a proven track record for defining and improving the personality and function of their clients’ spaces.
You can find more information about McDermott at www.mcdermottplanning.com.
Cranium Studio Denver initially worked with McDermott in 1993, as their first branding company, to establish a strong identity presence in the market. The project included designing corporate identity collateral. Again, in 2007, Cranium Studio helped McDermott evolve in an ever changing industry environment with qualitative brand research and positioning. Recently, Cranium Studio helped McDermott rebrand again. With an ever evolving industry, McDermott has invested in market focused strategy, refined positioning, and updated their visual brand.
We began by completing research. We defined the current brand perception and key differentiators, created a competitor analysis and gathered a collection of all of the current brand elements for a visual audit. Through this process, Cranium Studio strategically redefined the company’s branding strategy, brand architecture and brand tools. We also redefined McDermott’s corporate communications material to include the new logo, new corporate colors, fonts, stationary and website template.
Cranium Studio is a Denver design and branding agency. Founded in 1989, Cranium Studio offers brand transformation, brand development and unique visual communications for many businesses including healthcare, medical and high-technology industries. We have produced strategic and innovative brands for clients in a variety of local, national and international markets. We believe that design is an intellectual process; we like to plan, research and think about our projects before we decide how they’re going to look. We also know that to communicate an idea, we need to give it a fresh and innovative visual language.