Everything. It had to reflect the pace of city living, the quick pulse of the commute into the heart of the capital. The brand had to effortlessly convey the vibrancy of Southall and the potential of the offer.
The name and brand needed to hit their first-time-buyer target. Arro was the bullseye.
Southall has long been known for it’s eclectic melting pot of people and culture. We wanted to celebrate the local environment without repeating familiar and well-worn tropes, choosing a bright but restricted colour pallet to achieve a visual clash with plenty of space to let the design breathe.
Following on from the idea of a more emergent approach, we discuss what this means in reality for brand leaders.
Brand is about meaning and identity, but what happens when the audience don’t believe that the actions of the business really reflect what they say the brand means?
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