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.
Silver Dolphin and Special-Edi for “The home of energy”
“The home of energy” is among the winners of the Cannes Corporate Media & TV Awards 2016! The international competition received a record number of 1000 entries and our film won a Silver Dolphin in the category “Online Media”. Further, the production received the Special-Edi for Editig at the Swiss Awards for Commissioned and Advertising Films. We created this unconventional corporate movie in cooperation with film production house Stories for our client BKW.
After a successful rebranding of the Graubünden wine merchants and producers vonSalis, we have now also developed names and product identities for two new summer wines: «Wein Einfach Fein» (“Simply Fine Wine”) and «Wein Einfach Offen» (“Simply Open Wine”) are the first vonSalis wines to hit the market since the relaunch.
We are delighted to announce that our work for Marché Mövenpick restaurants has already picked up its fourth international award – one of this year’s highly sought-after Red Dots for Communication Design has gone to Process in the “Brand Design” category. The “Red Dot Award: Communication Design” competition is famed throughout the world, with designers and companies from no less than 46 nations taking part this year.
We have sharpened up the corporate profile of the wine merchants and vintners vonSalis in a root-and-branch rebranding of the wine specialists from Graubünden. The new brand identity celebrates zest for life, sensuality and savoir-vivre while placing the wines and their stories centre stage.
We imagined an annual report for the BKW Group in the form of a diary, and a lovingly designed green notebook now tells the story of a successful and eventful year. The individual diary entries are illustrated with hand-drawn pictures or sketches and written out in a handwriting font. Picture cuttings, collages and even a little photo love story lend the diary its own authentic character.