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Yakinori – iDC help brand a new Japanese Restaurant

By Richie DembovskisJanuary 9th, 2017Branding, Corporate Identities, Graphic Design, Portfoilo, SliderComments Off
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We would like to introduce to you our latest project, Yakinori, the brand new sister company of Birmingham born Japanese restaurant Woktastic. Noodle and sushi lovers alike have eagerly anticipated the expansion of the Woktastic family, and we’ve worked hard not to disappoint!

Working alongside tremendously talented, up and coming illustrator ‘Geo Law’, we’ve created a vibrant new brand without losing the element of fun inspired by Woktastic.

You can check out our work at Yakinori, Selly Oak restaurant, just a short distance from the City Centre and on the doorstep of the University of Birmingham’s Selly Oak and Edgbaston campuses. Located in the impressive new Grand Central Station, a second Yakinori restaurant will be open for business from Thursday 24th September 2015, bringing an authentic taste of Japan to the heart of Birmingham.

While working hard to create a new brand for Yakinori, we’ve also been focused on one final ‘top secret’ project. Woktastic will be returning to a brand new central Birmingham location later this year, bigger and better than ever before, bringing with it the same great food, and an exciting new look.

We have been busy!






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Milk and two sugars please! iDC creates another microsite for Viking

By Richie DembovskisJune 1st, 2011BlogNo Comments

May was a busy month for us at iDC and one of the stand out projects we recently completed was for Viking, the UKs favourite stationery company. iDC worked collaboratively with the award winning, Birmingham based PR agency Smarts England to develop and build a campaign microsite called “The Great Office Cuppa”. The site featured an online survey system to find out if making a “cuppa” in the office helps you get up the career ladder.

The microsite also played it’s part as an awareness campaign, introducing Viking’s new brand which rolled out at the same time. In order to drive traffic to the site, we also created HTML emails which we’re sent out by Viking’s comms team.

All-in-all, the microsite was a great success and we are very pleased with the results. Take a look here.

 

 

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