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Introducing Playdates Doggy Daycare

We are big fans of our four-legged friends at Mzuri, so we were delighted to work on developing a brand for new start-up Playdates Doggy Daycare, based in Haslemere, Surrey.

A long-term ambition of owner Sarah, Playdates Doggy Daycare focuses on giving your dogs a safe and fun place to stay and play while you work.

Developing a brand with personality

The owner had a clear idea that she would like the ‘fun’ and ‘playful’ side of dogs to come through in the brand, along with a taste of the countryside. For designer Tatum this meant she could get back to pencil and paper and start doodling a variety of dog breads, from faces, whole bodies to their happy, wagging tails.

We wanted to show that all dogs are welcome at this daycare, from the tiny, to the large. Selecting from a number of initial concepts, the identity with the three dogs heads featured soon became the favoured option. To reflect the rolling hills of surrey, the green arch was added and a relaxed font was chosen.

We always envisaged that vibrant use of colour would help sell the playfulness, so we developed a bright and fun colour palette for the brand, selecting colours for the featured dogs that were reflective of their breeds and worked well with the illustrative style.  

Taking the brand to the next steps

We then developed a stationery suite, continuing with the playful approach and creating letterhead and a set of business cards that comprised three different versions of the front of the card, featuring the three dogs from the logo.

The flexibility and fun built in to this brand ensures it works well across social media, website and can continue to be developed across signage, uniform, promotional items and livery as required in the future.

Learn more about Playdates Doggy Daycare and see the brand in action on their website.

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