West Dunbartonshire Council Libraries branding

Libraries

We were asked to design a new brand for the libraries. It's also been taken across the Council's online presence, marketing literature, posters, library cards and keys and the full interior refurbishment of their libraries.

"We commissioned AMC to design a brand identity and logo for Quest, our community learning provision, which proved to be effective and popular from the outset. When we decided to create a new corporate identity for our library service, Gail came up trumps once again. The logo reflects the nature of our service and accompanies the Quest logo very well. We were so impressed with the new libraries branding, that we used the colour schemes in the recent refurbishment of Balloch Library, which looks fantastic. Needless to say we’re really pleased with the quality of work AMC provided, and found Gail’s commitment to our satisfaction very reassuring."

Richard Aird
(former) Senior Officer
West Dunbartonshire Council


 Anderson Marketing Consultants

Act Against Harm

AMC were asked to design and produce a full marketing campaign for the emotive subject of helping people who may be vulnerable to harm or abuse.

Anderson Marketing ConsultantsThe campaign covered a series of press advertisements, posters, brochure, leaflet and bus interior and exterior advertising.

"Gail has worked for West Dunbartonshire Council on a number of high profile promotional campaigns and has consistently delivered a first class standard of work.

Always fresh, always creative and always delivered on time. Her brand development work is of a particularly high standard and as a result she has become our ‘external’ brand police!"

Louisa Mahon
(former) Head of Communications and PR
West Dunbartonshire Council





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