Writer and speaker on food intolerances and digestive health
In preparation for her upcoming book on tackling digestive issues and dealing with food intolerances, Julie-Ann Wrightson was looking for branding that would help her establish her professionalism and authority as an expert.
Funny, charismatic and with the amazing ability to talk to anyone and draw them into her stories, Julie-Ann needed personal branding that would be a genuine reflection of who she is as a person. Her branding had to be an extension of herself, so she could reach more people and build a community around her message.
Logo & identity design
Tagline & messaging
Through the initial strategy session, we clarified her brand attributes and Julie-Ann delighted in identifying “sparkle” as one of the most important distinguishing core values that we would communicate through her branding.
Together, we created branding that would speak to her audience and showcase her professionalism and personality. The side of her that could be overly dramatic for the sake of humour and captivating story-telling. The authority she brings, from her expertise in the field and her lifetime of personal experiences with food intolerance.
Julie-Ann came to me with an idea for a symbol made of a crossed knife and fork. Almost like a skull and crossbones motif, it linked to both the food and digestion aspect of her work, as well as subtly referencing the danger and the battles that her audience faced every day.
We took it a step further by incorporating her initials into the mark — creating a delightful surprise for those who took a careful look.
“I loved how Lisa was able to pull together and define my business brand and values. I can’t wait to present my new look to the world.”
Brand consultant & designer
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