Dragon Rouge rebrands care specialist Craegmoor

Dragon Rouge has created a new brand for organisation Craegmoor, which provides support for more than 4000 people with learning disabilities, complex needs and mental health illnesses, and older people.

The consultancy was appointed in January following a credentials pitch, and tasked with reviewing Craegmoor’s brand strategy. The appointment was prompted in part by Advent International’s takeover of Craegmoor in July 2008.

A team led by Dragon Rouge creative director Keshi Bouri developed a brand story, with the central idea of ‘making it possible’.

The brand mark is an illustrated ‘C’ made up from everyday objects, which, the consultancy says, are meant to illustrate ‘elements of people’s everyday experiences, which can be ordinary to some, yet extraordinary achievements for others’.

The brand, which launches on Thursday, is being applied to the website and various pieces of literature, including brochures, an internal newsletter and a brand book.

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  • martin November 30, -0001 at 12:00 am

    doesn’t work on a small scale which is the scale a logo is used, you can’t see what the c is made from. plus this has been done to death.

  • David Buchanan November 30, -0001 at 12:00 am


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