A brand is like a living being, as it grows and evolves in response to the audience and the environment. Rebranding is like the shedding of old skin in lieu of a new, improved and relevant one. Let’s look at 10 successful rebrand case studies.
1. Animal Planet
Animal Planet is loved world over for bringing people close to the wonders of the animal kingdom. Their universal message required a universal and fun logo that transcends all platforms. Chermayeff & Geismar & Haviv recreated a new mark for Animal Planet that embodies joy and is universal.
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2. Easyday Club
Rebranding a well-established company, giving it new additional values and sustaining it of its exceptional worth in the eyes of its customers is not an easy task! Elephant Design has successfully achieved this in its encounter with Easyday of the Future Group.
Sometimes reworking on just a few elements of the already existing package of multiple things and leaving the rest as they are proves to be successful. DesignStudio used a similar theory to rebrand Evernote as a brand.
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Mailchimp, a successful marketing company, announced a rebranding that stands out while staying true to the essence of the company.
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While we know that change is an integral part of life, David Ogilvy strived to make his company, “Ogilvy”, better and prepared for the future, by seeking certain changes. COLLINS, a brand design company, stepped in and created perfect strategies for Ogilvy in the form of rebranding, and also for its fundamental work environment.
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6. The Ruby Mills
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Slate, an online editorial, partnered with Gretel, a New York-based design studio to redesign the way they work and build much more than just a new look.
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A typeface is not just the namesake of a brand. It instead reveals the brand’s story, indicating its nature and rendering it tangible for its users. Tumblr is one such illustration, illustrated by Dinamo.
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In a want to make the UI and the internal functionality of the brand as easy as the services the brand provides to its users through its app, Uber teamed up with Wolff Olins to create their dream brand system through rebranding process.
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Dunkin’ is a now single as ‘donuts’ has officially been dropped off from its previous name. Nevertheless, the team of Jones Knowles Ritchie put their creative caps on and worked hard towards transforming the brand in such a way that the exclusivity remains pristine.