London PR agency, Thrive Media has revealed its new branding and visual identity created by Manchester-based agency, Language Brand Communication.
Over the last six months Language has created a new fill visual identity system for the agency, inspired by its dedication to direction and focus. The new identity has been rolled out across brand guidelines, logo, and stationary and Thrive’s website, which has been designed to support iPad and mobile devices.
Former Government communications advisor, Anna Zachariassen, who launched Thrive in 2011, commented: “Language really captured the essence of Thrive thanks to extensive exploration of what makes the agency tick. Every element of the rebrand sums up our desire to deliver effective PR activity aligned to tangible business objectives.”
Ben Hui, managing director of Language, added: “This was a great project to work on as it enabled us to build a relationship with a client who really understands the importance of good communication.
“Every element of the rebrand is aligned to Thrive’s business objectives and we’re confident we’ve delivered a suite of products that will serve the agency well in the future.”