Build 401 are a specialised team based in Boronia who are 100% committed to providing quality, creative bespoke homes at competitive prices.
Fuel Studio were approached by Build 401 to give their branding a complete makeover.
We started with developing their personality through a logo and tagline – “Quality living, on time and on budget”. This sums up exactly what they do in one simple sentence.
Next we developed all their corporate stationery based on their new brand identity, then moved on to their website.
Again, we’ve built their website in the easy to use WordPress Content Management System, which we love here at Avalanche – so easy for clients to use and update.ReadMore
Recently we updated the logo and website for a local health food store in Ferntree Gully – Mountain Health. The logo is based on an old hand painted sign on the window which you can still see on the actual store in Mountain Gate Shopping Centre.
Their new health foods website has been built as an information portal to have lots of handy information regarding natural medicine and health. The Mountain Health girls will regularly update the website with tips on healthy living with the first post tipped to be on Stress (something we all suffer from!! As a bonus, if you sign up to their e-newsletter, you’re eligible for specials and discounts from their store!
The Mountain Health website has been built in WordPress, a simple Content Management System which means the girls will be able to update it quickly and easily whenever they like.
We do give training for our WordPress websites and teach you how to update it yourselves. Don’t be alarmed as no prior experience is needed, it’s a bit like Microsoft Word, but with more features.
If you’re interested in a similar solution give us a call on 03 9761 0122 today!ReadMore
Parker Brent Logo development08/06/2011
Avalanche have recently completed the rebranding of Parker Brent Institute, an education centre who train and qualify staff for industries. Recently they’ve moved their focus towards the construction industry and wanted a refresh of their brand to work with their new company vision.
We took to the drawing board and after a few versions, came up with this colourful geometric look. Very architectural. Very ‘Melbourne’, you may say!
In other news, did you see the Chinese imitation of the Melbourne logo?