Branding is the art of connecting a brand's goal, vision, and purpose with its customers.

Keeping you at the top of your industry.

Building a relationship with a customer is a delicate art. Consideration must be given to trust, confidence, affinity, familiarity, and beauty. Incorporating these components that influence or support purchasing decisions can mean the difference between success and failure. Ruckus has designed brands for major government transportation and infrastructure, food and beverage, financial organisations, consumer packaged goods, electronics, and more.

We are interested in growth at any point in a company’s lifetime. Whether it’s a startup or a corporate spin-off, a new product launch, or an enterprise refresh, we’ve executed strategic brand developments for over 100+ firms around the world.

Brand strategy & identity

Everything we do is centred on strategy, which is what enables a brand to move with purpose and ambition. Our strategic thinking and practical insights will show your brand’s prospects for what’s next, regardless of whether your present brand is a work of art, something you’ve outgrown, or something you need from scratch.
Research & insights
Brand architecture
Purpose, vision & values
Visual & verbal identity
Messaging platforms
Names & taglines
Brand guidelines

Brand Activation

We create compelling brand experiences across all touchpoints to delight and captivate audiences, stir emotion and earn brand loyalty. We pair big ideas with precision work—every detail and every design, all made with a mind to move people.
Campaign Creation
Campaign Messaging
Marketing Assets
Employer Branding
Tradeshows & Environments
Packaging Design
Publication Design
Photography & Video

Digital Experiences

The digital environment is a pivotal link between a brand and its audience: a unique opportunity to deepen relationships. We get to know your brand and business goals, then customize a strategy to create a digital ecosystem of meaningful touchpoints with your audience.
Research & Analysis
Journey Mapping
Content Strategy & IA
Website/UI Design
Interaction design
Design System & guidelines
Ful-Stack Development
CMS Implementation
E-Commerce Plaforms

Why choose us

We pride ourselves to create engaging and fun animations which contributes to our client’s success. We are a team of highly talented and experienced individuals known in the industry for state of the art business video production. Animation Next enable brand with strong Creative that attract, engage and delights the right audience to their business.

Frequently asked questions (FAQ)

As we go about our everyday business, we frequently receive folks asking for assistance, as well as inquiries about branding and what we do. So we thought we’d show you some of the highlights. We hope our branding FAQ has taught you something new.

Your brand is how people see you – not only in terms of marketing, but in general. It is what people think and feel when they see your company, and it is affected by every interaction they have with you. Every action made by your organization, from customer service to purchase experiences to social media posts, is linked back to and adds to your brand.

Branding (also known as a brand/visual identity) is the visual representation of your brand and includes the aspects used in marketing such as logos, colours, fonts, and a brand voice. This identity is crucial in establishing your brand’s impression, allowing you to define the experience you provide to customers. It allows your organization to decide how you tell your narrative rather than others doing it for you.

Consistent use of this brand identity results in a coherent persona for people to connect with and learn about. And by providing a basis for uniformity throughout all marketing (from graphic design to content, photography, and videography), this drives overall brand image.

A brand identity, then, is how you visually represent your business’s story and values. It takes your company’s DNA and constantly communicates it to the rest of the world. It’s an important aspect of the total brand, but it’s not everything. More than simply the visual identity, the total brand influences every encounter a firm can have (from staff training to events, customer service, and internal communications).

Quality branding has numerous benefits, and we wanted to highlight a few of the most essential.

For starters, it improves your image and influences how people see you. Because people can sense the effort that has gone into how that brand presents itself, thoughtful, considered branding lends credibility, legitimacy, and trustworthiness to a business.

This also means that effective branding is your best opportunity at making the best initial impression. People make many judgments about a business based only on its appearance, so putting time and care into branding is something clients will notice, and it will inspire trust and confidence from the first interaction.

The more work you put into how you show yourself, the more accurate people’s assumptions will be.

Importantly, consistency allows for improved interactions with viewers. Customers will begin to recognize your firm if you create a single, cohesive identity through branding. Customers will be able to connect with you a lot more easily if you communicate consistently because there is a single ‘personality’ for them to create a relationship.

Customer loyalty is therefore driven by these interactions. People will trust you, listen to you, and keep coming back for more once you’ve established those ties.

To summarize, branding is creating stronger first impressions, more memorable marketing, and deeper ties with customers. As a result, investing in branding is critical for long-term growth. It pulls them in the door and keeps them there.

A logo, color palette, typeface(s), and brand voice are the four main components of a brand identity. To achieve consistent branding, each of these pieces should be properly matched. A logo is frequently mistaken for the brand identity, yet it is simply one component of it.

Making these elements match all boils down to making sure they all pull in the same direction. We begin by completely understanding a brand’s story, beliefs, culture, and vision, and then build an identity in which each visual element is inspired by that backdrop.

Cohesive branding with depth and substance is made possible by giving every component of an identity a purpose and a shared root. By selecting components that go well together, branding is guaranteed to be effective, durable, and sensible.

People are engaged and forced to pay attention when a brand’s identity has direction and clarity. On the other hand, a lack of coherence and clarity results in confusion and unappealing branding.

The most important step in creating a brand identity is deciding on your logo, color scheme, typeface or typefaces, and brand voice. To offer a consistent brand image, each of these components needs to be thoughtfully designed and matched.

But in order to achieve this consistency, you must comprehend the narrative you want to tell and the brand experience you want to convey before you start creating these elements. A brand identity component should never be chosen purely based on how it “looks nice” or “feels good.” Every decision must be made with a reason.

In order to design a brand identity that is motivated by this backdrop, first learn the story, values, culture, and vision of your company. The identity should be cohesive throughout and have a single source of inspiration for all components.

You must develop discipline around how the core brand identity is employed in each and every piece of communication that emanates from your company once it has been formed.

This is accomplished through a brand handbook, also known as a brand guideline, which outlines how your company should be portrayed in marketing and other communication materials. So that anyone working on behalf of your brand can maintain consistency throughout all marketing (from graphic design to copywriting to photography to videography), a strong brand guideline will clearly define your visual identity and your tone of voice.

Your company can develop a distinctive and recognizable “personality” and a brand image that people are familiar with and understand by regularly carrying out a brand guideline.

Logo: A logo is a graphic representation, symbol, or icon that visually represents a company, organization, product, or service. It is a distinctive and recognizable design that helps identify and distinguish the entity from others. A logo typically includes unique colors, shapes, and typography, making it a crucial part of a brand’s visual identity. It serves as a shorthand way for people to recognize and remember a brand.

Brand: A brand is a much broader concept that encompasses the overall perception, reputation, and emotional connection that people have with a company, organization, product, or service. It is the sum total of the experiences, values, and attributes associated with a particular entity. A brand includes not only the visual elements like logos, colors, and design, but also the brand’s voice, personality, values, culture, customer service, and the emotions it evokes in its target audience.

In essence, a logo is a tangible and visual representation of a brand, while a brand is a more intangible and holistic concept that encompasses everything associated with that entity.

To build a strong brand, it’s crucial to have consistent and well-designed visual elements like a logo, but it’s equally important to focus on other aspects of branding, such as messaging, customer experience, and brand positioning. A successful brand creates a positive and memorable impression on its target audience, establishing trust and loyalty over time.

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