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The strength of the Duo County brand lies in its fifty-plus-year history of staying in step with the latest technological services to meet the needs of local customers. The updated corporate logo reflects the changes in the telecommunications industry without abandoning its roots. The visual identity is applied to a wide range of company communications including the annual report, direct mail marketing, in-store marketing, the company website, outdoor advertising, customer newsletters, service vans and secondary graphic identifiers.
Business Communications EVERYWHERE
An existing telecommunications client engaged KSD to design branded materials for a new company that provides hosted business communications. NTouch offers a business phone system that integrates all the ways a customer communicates, including mobile, messaging, conferencing and computer desktop sharing, in addition to traditional business calling features. This service will be available to a much wider customer base than the current service area — basically, anyone with an Internet connection.
Why Did the Chicken Cross the Road?
The Southeast Kentucky Business Park is a 597-acre development created by six partnering counties. The challenge for this project involved creating a graphic identity representing those six counties and the manufacturing park. The solution is a symbol with its center a stylized box, or a "product" created by the energy of the six partner counties working together. The identity was applied to a variety of communications.
Mobile, Metered Messaging
Message development was essential to the success of TruCheck's rebranding effort. As KSD worked with TruCheck's management to outline, build and launch their website, we focused on the company's strengths, which include specializing in technology deployment and experienced installation, having safety knowledge and creating trusted partnerships with clients. The website is optimized for desktop and mobile environments.
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