William Hunter is no stranger to starting a new business:
William previously ran a successful garden centre before, but his latest business was a change in direction.
Calder Mains Gas & Heating Services offers a range of gas related services for customers across Inverclyde, Renfrewshire and Ayrshire.
He asked Design Hero to design a brand and logo for his new business, as well as help with branded stationery, business cards and custom printed livery for his business van.
Here’s what I came up with…
William asked me to design some kind of flame-based character to represent his business. I quickly came up with this cute little guy, with a purple flame to represent William’s gas services.
The logo design was a big hit on social media ad I developed the sketch into a vectorized logo for William’s new branded van livery.
The character logo uses a circular grid with a range of teal and purple colours to represent William’s Gas services in Inverclyde
I also designed a series of icons in line with the branding, one for each of William’s services
As part of William’s branding package I also helped design branded stationery including business cards, branded stickers, and a full vehicle wrap.
BEP Signs in Greenock delivered this fantastic branded van wrap for Calder Mains Gas.
William’s new van livery helps his business stand out from the crowd with high impact visuals by BEP Signs in Greenock
The full vehicle wrap uses the new logo and service icons to advertise WIlliam’s business on the move
The logo text was inverted to help stand out more on the dark grey van
Design Hero also helped with new business cards on a high-quality matt finish, with spot UV finishing for the logo to give the icons and logo a standout gloss “glow” effect.
I also designed branded stickers for William to fit to boilers he’s serviced.
We designed and printed these A5 flyers for William to distribute locally to promote his Powerflushing services.
Nick did a great job throughout the whole process of my company brand design logo, cards and van design. Great job Nick.