TJ’s Restaurant is based in Paignton, Devon next to the Harbour.
Priority Pixels were commissioned to redesign TJ’s logo and create an A5 poster which was used in the local press to advertise the restaurants new menu.
Working with the Concept Stew team, we presented a number of designs for their new logo, and after a few refinements, they chose a final design on which their new branding would be based. The overall brand identity that followed was used as a foundation to create a number of visual concepts for the new website. These concepts were then tweaked and stylised, providing the basis for the website development. After the site was built, we perfected the design to improve certain elements throughout.
As part of an overall company rebrand, Priority Pixels were briefed to design a new logo. Working closely with Barking Windows throughout the process, several designs were put forward, each containing the corporate colours and style, until the final logo was chosen.
To complete the rebranding, the last challenge was to create all-new vehicle graphics. Designing scalable artwork that includes the new branding, the final van liveries provide an eye-catching and professional finish across the fleet of company vans.
To launch the Lazy Bones Fitness venture properly we were asked to design the logo and branding,
creating a new logo that was easily identifiable and usable across different mediums.
The Priority Pixels graphic design team worked with Tom, designing several concepts and colour schemes to create the logo you can see on the site today. We also created logo versions in other formats so Tom could use them easily for any print or digital purpose.