Our illustrators work with flat and line art to bring emotion and color to your brand and your website. A good illustration is memorable, commands attention, and it can express any metaphor, any possible idea.
We often use line art for a number of reasons. First of all, line art easily brings balance to every screen composition.
Line art is easily adaptable for any format and looks good on any screen. We can be sure that the illustrations in the final design will look exactly how we had envisioned. And finally, line art is an extremely flexible technique, allowing us to work in drastically different styles.
Our project manager and illustrators analyze your brand and your product. We analyze your current corporate style, your niche, your competitors, and what their illustrations look like.
Once we have the necessary data, our teams come up with several ideas and style directions on how your brand could be illustrated. We present them to you and together pick the most suitable one.
Our illustrators take the concept and elaborate on it, creating multiple sketches that represent the idea. Our process is entirely transparent: we'll discuss the sketches with you and you'll have access to our working Figma since day one of the project.
We take the right sketches and refine them. And then refine them some more. We keep going until we're left with high-quality illustrations that perfectly represent your brand.
At the end of the project, you get the illustrations adapted to all the required formats and mediums.
Some of the projects that we had illustrated:
For the online school that teaches children how to code, our illustration style was chosen to be light and friendly
A startup accelerator with a brand identity based on the concept of terraforming. The vibrant sci-fi illustrations show us an exciting look into tomorrow
For the online courses on soft skills and negotiations we had employed some light-hearted flat art. Learning soft skills is represented by a wizard going on a journey and leveling up, and the negotiational back-and-forth is shown as ping pong
Edtech that prepares school kids for standardized tests. The focal point of our visual identity is 3D elements, which are supplemented by playful line art, based on the doodles that would somehow show up on the margins of any student's notebook
This deep-learning software by engineers for engineers employs stylish line art reminiscent of blueprints and technical drawings