Process is an independent branding and design agency based in Switzerland, China and Taiwan. Our branding experts’ holistic approach provides valuable support for all your company’s undertakings and our work has won numerous awards.


Rebranding Christmas

The Process team wishes happy Christmas holidays! May your 2015 be adventurous, positively surprising, healthy and fantastic in every sense!

Roots & Shoots

NGO branding in Shanghai

Process Shanghai has been helping out Roots & Shoots with designs for a  recent event to celebrate the 15th anniversary of its Shanghai branch. Roots & Shoots was founded by Jane Goodall, the famous primatologist, and our Shanghai team were among the 800 activists and fans who gathered to welcome her when she visited the celebration.


Marché Mövenpick

Back in town

Editorial Design

Entertaining brand management

Successful editorial projects communicate a company’s core values in a direct, entertaining and distinctive way. Editorial design is one of our key disciplines and we offer corporate communications support to a range of high-profile clients.

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Coffee and stars

The trendy Seewant coffee house chain has its roots in Taiwan. Having recently opened up a cafeteria in Shanghai, they realised that their brand was in dire need of a revamp so we helped them out by giving the old logo a new twist.

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Schuler St. Jakobskellerei

Schuler goes China


Paying homage to the art of brewing

In celebration of a brewing tradition stretching back more than 135 years, Feldschlösschen brewed an exclusive “Theophil Vintage Edition” speciality beer on the hundredth anniversary of its art nouveau brewhouse. This special mash is bottled off in 500 numbered flagons as a limited-edition treat for beer connoisseurs.

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Feldschlösschen and Rappold Köhli

Process wins two German Design Awards

We have landed two sought-after German Design Awards! In the categories Corporate/Brand Design and Packaging, the brand design for the Zurich based law firm Rappold Köhli, and Feldschlösschen’s Theophil Vintage Edition caught the eye of the judges.