Kids That Compost was created in the summer of 2019. The logo, bucket design, and bifold brochure were the initial marketing materials created to launch the organization and begin the compost curbside pickup service. The bifold brochure lists out the general concepts of Kids That Compost: DOs and DONTs, communities served, and the how-to steps. The buckets were designed to remind the subscriber what can and cannot be added to the bucket. Kids involved with Kids That Compost had the fun opportunity to illustrate some fruits and vegetables to also be added to the bucket label! The visual identity of Kids That Compost is playful and colorful but also bold and professional.
Kids That Compost
Products & Services
In 2018, following the initial stages of their new website, MaternOhio Clinical Associates decided to become a unified company and brand, now known as Avina Women’s Care. They were Ohio’s largest private women’s healthcare provider but functioned as seven separate divisions. We worked with them to cultivate a clear communication strategy and brand, while making sure all divisions and stakeholders felt represented, combating internal competition. We partnered with Storyforge to develop their brand story, while our team created their visual identity, which included a new name, tagline, logo, colors, typography, and photography. Their brand is a representation of a woman’s lifelong journey, strength, relationships, and support. Finally, we developed a strategy and plan to launch the new brand to the public in September 2019.
Avina Women's Care
In conjunction with the launch of their new website, JBAD came to Ibel in 2017 to create a refreshed look for their brand. We kept the basic structure of the square logo while updating the type to a more modern, architectural font. A new color palette, made up of mostly grays, creates a neutral backdrop that emphasizes JBAD’s vibrant building imagery. The orange that was previously incorporated in the brand continues to provide a pop of color to highlight specific information.
Envelopes: 9.5" x 4.125"
Letterhead: 8.5" x 11"
Notecard: 9.25" x 4"
Notepad: 8.5" x 11"
Postcard: 5.8" x 4.1"
Sustainable2050 is a program that supports the sustainability efforts of MORPC’s member communities through direct technical assistance, collaboration and recognition.
This work provides an understanding of how all efforts make a collective impact on the quality of life in Central Ohio. With a layout that references insight2050, the logo uses bright greens from MORPC’s brand for a fresh, environmental look. The brand guidelines for sustainable2050 also include color variations for different community sustainability rankings including Platinum, Gold, Silver and Bronze.
Mid-Ohio Regional Planning Commission
Nonprofit & Government
Global Fluency Training and the Global Scholars Diploma are programs developed by the Columbus Council on World Affairs to educate professionals and high school students, respectively, on global fluency. The Global Fluency Institute was established by the Council to take these programs national. Ibel Agency developed sub-brands for each to help distinguish these programs and make them easily recognizable. The angular shapes making up an open circle link back to the Council’s brand while limited color palettes help to differentiate each sub-brand. These logos are used on their own and in conjunction with the logos of the local councils that sponsor these educational sessions across the U.S.
Columbus Council on World Affairs
One-pager: 8.5" x 11"
Binder Cover & Global Fluency Certificates: 8.5" x 11"
In 2015 the Columbus Council on World Affairs initiated a complete brand redesign. After a thorough brand assessment of the organization’s message and vision, Ibel Agency developed a new visual identity, including the logo, color palette, font usage and graphic assets. The new look expresses the stability, openness and approachability of the Council while featuring a multitude of colorful shapes to celebrate the mosaic of cultures coming together from around the world. The updated brand was launched at the 2016 International Awards Ceremony.
The Aqua Boom brand is geared toward a high-end audience that is dedicated to a healthy, fit lifestyle. The letter mark that makes up the Aqua Boom logo is inspired by luxury brands while the primary brand colors and curved shapes reference the flow of water. Secondary colors and graphics compliment the logo to bring in the sportier side of the Aqua Boom brand.
Ibel Agency developed and launched the new brand identity, including brand standard guidelines, stationery and a sales brochure in 2015. The company has since been able to use the same brand to expand its target audience to larger scale clients.
Urbana University was purchased in 2014 by Franklin University. In collaboration with Troy Research, Ibel Agency conducted comprehensive brand research and developed a new brand identity including brand persona, logo, stationery, brand standard guidelines and a visualized campaign. We brought the arches, an iconic structure on campus, from the existing logo but created a cleaner, more youthful look that easily fits in with the well-known branding of the Urbana sports teams. The brand was launched in 2015 with its new modernized look and tagline.
Websites / Interactive
Ibel Agency was instrumental in the complete re-brand of Novaserv. This included the development of a new name, logo, stationery and sales collateral. The logotype features fluid letters that represent the smooth communication that Novaserv delivers with their inbound and outbound call center services. The rounded edges of the typography is soft to portray the company’s people-focused attitude while the width of the letters are a nod to its tech foundation.
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