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Positive energy

Nuon’s refreshed visual identity reinforces the brands customer focused approach.
 
It is the visual embodiment of their promise – “We do not just want to sell energy to our customers: we want to give Positive Energy.”
 
The logo was refreshed to make it future proof.
As an evolution of the original logotype it is now simpler and slightly softer in appearance with improved legibility at smaller sizes and online.

12 NOVEMBER 2015

VBAT Blog: The Curves of Learning

Internship at VBAT is one big exercise, following Paul. Paul is our intern since a couple of weeks, and he is documenting his adve...
Read more 13 AUGUST 2015

VBAT Blog: Go Design

An overview of design events that will tingle your aesthtic senses: 
Read more 6 AUGUST 2015

VBAT Blog: Surviving Amsterdam as an Expat

Our intern Paul moved over to Amsterdam from the UK just a few weeks ago. Read here how is coping with surviving in Amsterdam as a...
Read more 4 AUGUST 2015

VBAT refreshes NS Kiosk

A formula that grew from a news stand in its early days to the destination on the station for your morning coffee and croissant. P...
Read more 1 AUGUST 2015

VBAT Blog: A moment in Time

VBAT’s Creative Director Graham Sturt was intrigued by Marcus Koppen’s photo series ‘Drag Queen Olympians’...
Read more 28 JULY 2015

VBAT Blog: 20 years Amsterdam Gay Pride

Lucien Spee is CEO of Stichting Amsterdam Gay Pride, the foundation behind this high-scale event that brings hundreds of thousands...
Read more 21 JULY 2015

VBAT Blog: How Will We Buy Milk in 2050?

Last Friday was a good day for Meet Market. With a beautiful Summer day and organising both a Creative Talk and a Packaging worksh...
Read more 15 JULY 2015

VBAT Blog: From there to now

Paul Lett is our new creative intern. Join him on his journey to becoming a professional graphic designer.
Read more 9 JULY 2015

VBAT Blog: Visiting the D&AD New Blood Exhibition

VBAT's Creative Director Graham Sturt stays in London for the rest of this week to promote VBAT as a mentoring agency in the D&...
Read more 1 JULY 2015