Lahalt manufactures and applies powerful industrial coatings for waterproofing, sealing and protecting surfaces above and below grade, including roofs, walls, concrete, metal.
After a few years in the industry, Lahalt was ready for a logo revamp. The new mark is meant to evoke the layering that takes place with industrial coatings are used in a construction capacity – cover and protect. The graphic is both a singular L, a coated L, along with an L created by the negative space.
Squidz Ink also simplified the business card design, developed a product line color code, produced a variety of templates for product sales sheets, tech data sheets and material safety data sheets and redesigned the Lahalt website to provide mobile friendliness and greater client website content control.
Websites have become flagship marketing tools for most businesses and non-profits. Your website is the easiest and most efficient method to communication with your audience. Whether you’re publishing news, events, product content or facilitating purchases and donations online, your website is accessible from virtually anywhere. With content you can manage, your site can become a living entity representing your organization online.
Squidz Ink designs and develops mobile responsive websites our clients can manage if they choose. We’ve created sites for commercial business and non-profits. We can help you learn how create value with your site and develop a voice for your web presence.
Guardian Roofing is a Louisiana based industrial roof contractor specializing in re-roofing and long-term repair on commercial buildings.
Guardian has been in the biz for a while but felt it was time to ramp up, get branded and separate themselves from the competition with a unique mark and materials that present professional capabilities.
CyroCore designs, engineers and manufactures heat exchange systems for the gas processing industry.
CryoCore began manufacturing custom heat exchange systems in a competitive. A key goal was to differentiate and develop a brand focused on their engineering expertise rather than a literal representation of heat flow. CryoCore’s dual C mark is meant to emulate isometric drafting and the “fins” that facilitate the heat exchange process within the system. The logo exists as a solid 3D graphic and an open wire frame, as seen on the brochure cover.
publications, data publication, automated production
CHILDREN AT RISK publishes a number of data oriented publications such as: Growing Up in Houston, Texas School Guide, Growing Up in North Texas and various legal publications related to sex trafficking, human trafficking and the Texas juvenile justice system.
These publications tend to require handling of technical production challenges including development of data tagged layout templates to facilitate the auto-generation of structured pages, extensive endnote handling, content indexes and the creation of info graphics.
Amplified Solutions, is an HBJ Fast 100 company and provider of distributed antenna systems, turning large structures into their own cell towers, serving the occupants. Structures include stadiums, hospitals, convention centers, hotels.
Newly formed, Amplified Solutions needed a logo and core branding to get up and running – a logo for presentation materials and employee business cards – every startup’s identity package that gets meetings that facilitate contracts.
Muskat, Mahony, Devine & Moses LLP has been practicing employment law in Houston, TX over a decade, beginning as Muskat, Martinez & Mahony (M3Law).
Partner changes at the end of 2016 required a name change, update of the firm’s logo and branding and a fairly quick time frame. Squidz Ink was tasked with creation of new logo that maintained some genetic lineage with the original, yet was specific to the firm’s new identity. Following the new mark, an updated letterhead suite, digital communications templates, and a New Year’s card that did double duty by subtly announcing the new firm identity and brand.
non-profit research report, study findings, executive summary, branding
CHILDREN AT RISK has performed two studies focused on gathering hard data regarding the impact of Early Education on Texas’ children. The executive summaries and reports are used to inform public officials and lobbyists about real world data, how it relates to public education, public expenditures and the future of our children and state.
These are related reports looking at different aspects of public early education in Texas. The desire was to have both reports feel visually related as well, so that the recipients and users of the reports logically connect the reports and issue together.