Corporate Brand (1 of 6)
SoBran contracted Paras Productions to rebuild their brand. This included a SWOT session (strengths, weaknesses, opportunities, threats) and messaging workshop. Paras produced a complete redesign of SoBran's marketing materials and website.
SoBran provides services that help clients to execute their core business. Services include entering & logistics, Biomedical services, safemail.
Pictured is an embossed carrier (portfolio) for marketing materials.
Corporate Brand (2 of 6)
The redesigned brand reflects the core values of SoBran: Strength, Quality, and Expertise. The design is clean, classy and bold.
Pictured is the coporate capabilities brochure.
Company Website (3 of 5)
Pictured are two divisional brochures.
Company Website (4 of 5)
Pictured are one page (front and back) information sheets.
Company Website (5 of 5)
Pictured are the coporate newsletter and the homepage for the new website.
Organization Brand (1 of 4)
Paras Productions was asked to develop a complete brand identity for Camile Cosby’s organization, the National Visionary Leadership Project. Ms. Cosby wanted a look that was distinguished and appealing to educators and students.
Pictured is a carrier (portfolio) for educational and fund-raising materials.
Organization Brand (2 of 4)
The brand developed by Paras Productions included logo design, development of all the printed materials, and the organization’s centerpiece website.
Pictured is a business card, stationary, and portfolio.
Organization Brand (3 of 4)
Pictured is the newsletter design and a brochure.
Organization Brand (4 of 4)
Pictured is a program and invitation for a fund-raising event.
Company Brand (1 of 5)
Paras Productions was contracted to develop a brand for a new and innovative building company. The founder wanted a bold and modern brand that would stand out among the more traditional builders in the Washington, DC metro area. The company's mission was to work closely with their clients in order to build exactly the homes they wanted and to be more flexible in making cost effective changes.
Pictured is a business card with logo and thank you card.
Company Brand (2 of 5)
Because of the emphasis on client / builder relationships we branded the company "Interactive Builders". The name also evokes a vision that is progressive and cutting edge. The design uses architectural shapes and strong attention grabbing colors to create a vivid, contemporary presence.
Pictured is the stationary design.
Organization Brand (3 of 5)
Pictured is the protfolio.
Organization Brand (4 of 5)
Pictured are two magazine ads.
Organization Brand (5 of 5)
Pictured is the company website.
Festival Brand (1 of 6)
Paras Productions created the brand and developed the materials for print and web for "Politics on Film", a project of the Washington Political Film Foundation and the Bipartisan Policy Center. The website launched the bipartisan film festival based in Washington DC and dedicated to providing a platform for films that tell stories of America’s politics and policies. The festival takes place every two years.
Pictured are brochures and programs.
Festival Brand (2 of 6)
Paras Productions also designed the logo for the festival. Since creating the brand we have designed materials for every festival This includes redesigning the website for each festival. festival
Pictured is a sampling of eVites.
Festival Brand (3 of 6)
“What a huge success! Thank you for helping make Politics on Film such a hit. Your patience, counsel advise and creativity were astounding.”
Founding Partner Politics on Film
Festival Brand (4 of 6)
Pictured are credentials, drink coasters, and press sheets.
Festival Brand (5 of 6)
Pictured are festival posters.
Festival Brand (6 of 6)
Pictured is the website's homepage.
Organizational Rebrand (1 of 5)
Paras Productions did a complete rebrand of the organization which included a rename and new tagline (Shaping a Healither Future for Kids), new logo, letterhead, and all other visual elements.
. Pictured is new the logo and letterhead
Organizational Rebrand (2 of 5)
Pictured are business card and note card.
Organizational Rebrand (3 of 5)
Pictured are two educational publications.
Organizational Rebrand (4 of 5)
Pictured are PowerPoint slides.
Organizational Rebrand (5 of 5)
Pictured is another set of Power Point slides.
Organizational Rebrand (2 of 5)
Pictured is a health snapshot scorecard