We Breathe Branding at B3
The B3 Team works with restaurant owners, hoteliers, operations managers, and chefs to study and absorb everything about their brand. We ask questions, do our market research, study your competitors, find what makes you unique, and build impactful visual identity. See our work for Big Dog, Berlin.
Branding: Your Customer’s First Touchpoint
The logo on your website, social media, Google, or Deliveroo is a customer’s first interaction with your brand.
Branding is the first thing they experience at your restaurant - outdoor boards, menus, collateral. We think about branding cohesively, from presentation to application. See our bold use of colour and font for Canto Corvino, London.
B3’s Design Process
Research → Ideation → Mood Boards → Design Direction → Colour Palettes and Visual Identities → Concept Development → Brand Applications → Artwork Production → Brand Guidelines
Restaurant Logos Are Recognised From Afar
As logo designers, our focus is on creating logos that stand out. We think about your brand's personality, your concept, design styles, fonts, stimulating colours, and most importantly, adaptability for print, web, and other applications.
Everybody Comments On A Well-Designed Menu
Menus can be complex. We design to make them easy to read, swift to change, simple to maintain. We work with clients to layout to maximise profitability. And, it helps that they look stunning.
Applications - Uniforms & Merchandise
Your brand is a living, breathing entity, not just a thing to stick on your takeaway containers (we love working on beautiful, sustainable packaging design). For your merchandise, uniforms, trucks, towels, and even crockery, we work to design logos and branding for multiple uses.
Little excites us more than bespoke illustrations. Our in-house team creates illustrations to bring your walls, menus, interiors, and brand to life. See more on what we did for the Royal Opera House, London.
We’re thrilled to have worked with some incredible brands in the UK and Europe - from takeaway kiosks in Borough Market, to river-side restaurants in Budapest.