My name is Emilie Thulin and I help companies develop brand identities so that they can attract, engage and be talked about – and look its very best.
When you are a startup, or if your company goes through a transformation, there are a lot of things to think about. In order to level up you will need a well defined brand strategy, as well as a strong brand identity that consistently runs through all relevant channels.
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Building a strong brand takes time, effort and commitment. However, if you define who your are, what you do, and why it matters – it will be easier to design a roadmap to reach your goal, and your ideal customer’s hearts.
Brand Identity Design
A visual identity is the look and feel of your brand. It is the communication beyond the words. In order to have a strong visual identity, it needs to be consistent, but most important, it has to align with your brand strategy.
”Emilie has a deep knowledge of brand identity design work. Working with her, she has shown a true dedication to every project. The result is a more cohesive visual identity, that has ensured a consistent and effective production across our channels and applications. Her passion for design runs through every detail, always in a professional and collaborative manner. Emilie is also a very humble and coherent person which we appreciate a lot. I sincerely give her my warmest recommendations.”
Co-founder CAIA Cosmetics
”Emilie has a strong sense for branding and a really creative mind. Throughout the brand strategy work we considered her a sensitive and trusted partner, always very insightful and to the point. Her ability to bridge strategy into design truly helped us to communicate our offer in a more efficient way. I would highly recommend to become her client when in need of a brand strategist and designer.”
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“The logo stands for everything we want to say. I just love the journey from when I told you the name, showed the picture of the building and my idea on how I wanted to run my restaurant. Then you nailed it on the first go.”