Compendium Living engaged with Levells to take them to their next phase of growth. Building on the success of the last website, it was decided we needed to reposition and evolve the brand through a more agile and responsive website, giving the user a better experience.
A Levells initiative. Our City where we have grown and flourished, that boasts a vibrant mix of history, culture and people, should be celebrated.
Helpdesk came to Levells with the challenge of branding the business with a new name and language, to stay ahead of their ever evolving market place.
"Just wanted to say that we are all really pleased with the results. It’s a massive improvement on what we had previously and has been turned around much quicker than I anticipated. Really appreciate your help with it and hopefully, alongside other improvements we are making, it will help us to kick onto the next level and push the business forward."
Levells were asked to work with leading automotive technology experts ZF, to develop a cultural brand 'The ZF Way'™ that 1100 of their employees would feel part of.
The continued challenge for British jewellery manufacturer, Domino, to keep leading from the front, and what a stage to demonstrate new products and services. International Jewellery London.
Fidelis group, the cleaning and facilities management experts, appointed Levells to reposition the brand and create a new identity and suite of branded communication items to reflect their reputation for excellence and the next stage of growth within the sector.
Approached by Lovell, to promote their ‘Sustainability Programme’ in an interesting and educational way. Aimed at their homeowners, the site needed to be informative and have an interactive approach and feel.
Deakin and Francis is a jewellery and accessories manufacturer for fashion, traditional and contemporary cufflinks. Levells were commissioned to design its website to give the brand a more progressive feel, that reflects the ambitious plans for its owners, Henry and James Deakin.
The continued brand building for Lovell New Homes, sees Levells develop a photographic brand style.
A communication piece demonstrating how to set up your head unit in your Toyota car. Aimed at 21 - 71 year olds using the latest technology in print and digital to demonstrate this.
Domino's 2019 Wedding Rings brochure has never seen such a change in its look. With a focus on improving the customer journey, through the ordering and buying process.
The challenge, to create a brand styling and language, across IRC’s 70 offices around the globe. To talk and act as one voice.
Mary Stevens Hospice came to Levells, to help with educating the public in how their everyday donated items, make the most profit for the hospice.
It takes an innovative jewellery manufacturer, to launch a new buying experience into the market. And a trusted design consultancy to make it happen."The Rosabella buying experience is lush. It is the future! It looks so high end."
Levells involvement with Brockway began when the premium carpet manufacturer, wanted to break into the ‘value’ end of the market, with a new carpet offering.
Levells have again created a beautiful piece of print, that captures the quality and craftsmanship of a Deakin Cufflink.
Building on the success of last years DRM campaign, Levells have created a beautifully crafted campaign, featuring atmospheric, real life instagram style portraits and in-house personnel to underpin the quality and craftsmanship that goes into making a precious stone product.
Part of the brand building for Domino, as well as giving a distinct and common style to product brochures, was to develop a photographic style of the handcrafted and manufacturing process within the organisation.