Cheyenne Dog Food Company
branding, websites, graphic design, video
Cheyenne Dog Food Company Was Looking for a Brand Refresh
Cheyenne Dog Food Company had an established brand that they felt had grown a little long in the tooth… and old dog that needed some new tricks. So we grabbed our bag of treats and got to work.
We took their existing logo, well known in the community, and created an evolution of the logo that fits closer to the vision of owner, Jenessa Washburn. Well pulled some elements in from the existing logo and created some exciting new ones.
If you’re gettin’ a new brand… you’re gettin’ new business cards, right? We incorporated elements of the shiny new brand for personal business cards and appointment cards for the grooming department. BRNR Creative also handled the printing of these cards… don’t worry, we won’t leave ya hanging when it comes to printing.
New Responsive Website
Cheyenne Dog Food Company was in need of a new modern, responsive website that showcased their new redesigned brand. The new website we designed and built features the new vibrant brand and looks great on any device.
Cooper and Monk… the official/unofficial company mascots needed their own stickers… mostly because who doesn’t want a cute dog and/or cat sticker for their vehicle, but also to appease their ever growing fan base.
In-Store Video Screens
Behind the counter at the store, CDFC needed a way to display information to their customers about dog bathing and grooming in a unique, engaging way… animated info screens was the solution. Here are two of the videos giving you all the info you’ll ever need about dog baths and grooming.
So, Now What?
how can we help you?
If you’ve gotten this far, suppressed the desire to click over to Facebook AND you have a challenge you think we can help you with, let’s talk. Just fill out the form, give us a few details about yourself, your business and how you think BRNR Creative might be able to help you on your journey. In case you’re curious, we won’t sell your info to anyone, EVER… that ain’t cool.