Tictoc Design has completed a series of diverse projects for three Scottish clients, all of which launch this week.
The consultancy has undertaken rebranding, graphic design and brand identity work for a medical products manufacturer, a biotechnology company and a whisky training school respectively.
Tictoc has rebranded medical products manufacturer Medical Devices in Scotland, formerly Medical Device Institute Scotland. The work includes the creation of a brand identity that has been applied across promotional material, stationery and an exhibition system. The identity has yet to be applied to the company’s website, which can be found at www.mdis.org.
The consultancy has also designed corporate folders, internal and external newsletters and promotional materials for biotechnology company Cyclacel.
Finally, the consultancy has branded the Scotch Whisky Heritage Centre’s Scotch Whisky Training School, which has been set up to educate people working in the leisure industry about Scotch whisky.
The work includes the creation of an identity, adapted from the umbrella brand, and promotional and training literature.
The consultancy took part in unpaid creative pitches to win all three projects.