Workspring Identity
Workspring Identity
Workspring Identity
Workspring Identity
Workspring Identity
Workspring Identity
Workspring Identity
Workspring Identity

Workspring Identity

Studio/lab, Chicago, Illinois, 2009

Description

Workspring was imagined by a team of work-experience experts at Steelcase as a network of collaborative meeting rooms designed to inspire and support creative process, productive retreat and transformative exchange. A complete brand strategy and identity were created by Studio/lab in collaboration with Steelcase Workspace Futures.

Verbal tools: words and statements that enable us to share an understanding of what Workspring is and to create and manage awareness.

Visual tools: symbols, typefaces, colors, patterns and images, used creatively and consistently to communicate visual ideas about Workspring.

Branded items: visual and verbal brand tools that come to life in marketing materials (business papers, communications, advertising, promotions and gifts).

The environment: the brand identity on-site—where the color palette is in perfect balance, where the elements of the visual identity form large-scale information graphics and where the details of how people work are thoughtfully enhanced with custom-designed collaborative tools.

Juror Notes

Very creative and smart uses of logo elements to create patterns and influence product and environmental design. Great branding consistency and integration. Well designed.

This really worked as a system, each component standing on its own yet integrating with the whole.

Collections: AIGA 365: 31 (2010)
Discipline: Brand and identity systems design
Format: Animation, Brand identity, Graphical interface

Credits

Design firm
Studio/lab
Creative director
Marcia Lausen
Designers
Tara Kennedy, Meeyoung Melamed, Jody Work
Photographer
Tim Wilson
Writers
Marcia Lausen , Trysh Wahlig
Research
Trysh Wahlig
Client
Steelcase, Inc.
Art director
Tara Kennedy
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