Oh Beauty Interiors

Brand Strategy, Logo Design, Web Design + Development

 
 

Story

Gabrielle came to us with a great problem — her business was growing! The only problem? She felt like her current web presence was holding her back. She wanted a more polished brand, and she was ready to invest in a refresh, which included a more robust website to support the new growth.

After discussing Gabrielle’s goals for her new brand and her ideal client, we went to work designing a fresh new color palette and identity system, including logo collaboration with Plume Calligraphy. We also spent some extra time on some fun branding details, like a series of thin-lined modern icons and some interior sketches, to add even more of a custom feel to her branding. Finally, we pulled everything together to create a gorgeous, user-friendly website to feature the best of Oh Beauty’s interior design projects.

 
 
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“My company was growing, but I felt like my current branding was holding my company back from really moving to the next level. I wanted my brand to feel more polished and my website to feel professional yet still unique and artistic. I was immediately drawn to Outlaw Creative because I loved their work and felt confident in their ability to create something beautiful and professional for Oh Beauty Interiors. I was anxious to get our website updated because I wasn’t sure exactly what I needed, but Sasha took the time to really understand my brand, business goals, our services, and our ideal client, which made me feel 100% confident in her ability to create a design that fit perfectly.

My experience with Outlaw was wonderful. I felt totally confident and secure throughout the design process. Sasha and her team have a "we’ve got you" attitude, which made me feel supported all the way. They went above and beyond, and I couldn’t be more excited about our new branding and web design.”

- Gabrielle Akers