VISSUMO is a provider of next-generation touch technologies for industrial, architectural, retail, transportation, instructional, and entertainment applications. The company has changed name from Infini Touch to VISSUMO, and it was my task to design a new wordmark and stationery.
From the notebook
VISSUMO touch screens can withstand the force of a 9mm bullet — impressive.
Test video #54 (spray paint vandalism) is another I liked.
“Because of a spin-off, our business needed to update our name and logo in a short time period. I was familiar with David’s work, but not sure if he could work with our time frame. To my delight, David accepted the project and quickly completed a fantastic design. We feel he understood our goals and created a great logo we can use for a long, long time.”
— GARRICK INFANGER, PRESIDENT, VISSUMO
Other brand identity projects:
Rupp, a traditional Austrian cheese factory established in 1908
LeFLOW, a high-end fashion label in Paris
Virtulos, an all-in-one solution for instant messaging, cloud storage, and micro-payments
CampusIT, provides student information management solutions in the UK and Ireland
Asian Development Bank, dedicated to improving poverty in Asia and the Pacific
Feru, a Moscow-based fashion boutique
Digital Luxury Group, a Geneva-based online marketing agency
Berthier, a Tokyo-based interior design company
Profinity, a Pittsburgh-based asset management firm
Tunelinks, a startup music streaming website
TalkTo, a Massachusetts-based “text any business” startup
All featured projects here: design portfolio.