Dr. Andrew Emanuele represents a fresh face in the local orthodontist industry. He identified immediately that if his clinic was to be a success he would have to do something different to really stand out. We needed to create a brand with enough moving parts that it could manifest into not only their collateral and online, but morph into their physical space as well.
Their new venture needed a look and feel that reflected their zest and excitement.
The market research showed us that most of his competitors came across very dry and uninspired. The same old drab dreary palettes and clinical boring offices.
Knowing that the majority of his clientele were 18 and under, we wanted to create a brand that felt fun and approachable to children and teens who were already nervous about the idea of having a stranger hanging out in their mouth for the coming months.
Initial presentations went really well. Although their team landed on a name of their own, it was good for them to see the thinking from an audience who wasn’t as attached as they were. They ended up taking a leap of faith out of the gate and steering towards an art direction that was completely oddball for the market.
Along came Paradigm Orthodontics
The brand was built using slightly tweaked primary colours and extremely simple shapes. This look would cater to their younger demographic while also having the clean professionalism to instil confidence in their parents that they were in good hands.
Teaming up with Mac Interiors in the early stages helped us establish the look we were going for.
The office space was being built in conjunction with a lot of our initial assets which assisted in creating a cohesiveness throughout the entire project. The textures and finishes were all Carefully chosen to bring an exciting and comforting feeling to the consumer. Everything from the rounded edges on the business cards to the soft maple finishes on the countertops – it all had a sense of belonging.
Super, Duper, Awesome, Slick, Relaxed, Professional
Teeth lost during project
Broken P Signs
In this space, everyone just looks the same. Kudos for choosing to be the oddball!DOSE Media