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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: Design and the Olympics

The Olympic Games would be nothing without their iconic symbols. Think of the identity, the mascots, the medals, the flags, torc...
Read more 18 AUGUST 2016

VBAT x WDCD Making of Video

During What Design Can Do 2016, we cooperated with Visual Designer Marcus Lyall during a Breakout Session about What Design Can Do...
Read more 11 AUGUST 2016

VBAT Blog: Too pretty to throw away

VBAT's creative Maarten van Disseldorp is a huge fan of Japan. And if he isn't travelling to his favourite destination, he is visi...
Read more 11 AUGUST 2016

WDCD releases video of session Lyall

VBAT has teamed up with visual director Marcus Lyall for a breakout session at What Design Can Do. Marcus Lyall also held a talk a...
Read more 8 AUGUST 2016

VBAT EuroPride Branding on NPO

Today, the EuroPride concert on Dam Square has been broadcasted on Dutch national television. The EuroPride Branding, created by V...
Read more 6 AUGUST 2016

C-Word Talk: Creativity as Catalyst

The one and only Conchita Wurst, Eurovision Song Contest winner and EuroPride2016 Ambassador, paid us a visit today for a truly in...
Read more 5 AUGUST 2016

VBAT Event: Create your own Love Boat

You're far away and want to JOIN us at #Europride2016? This is your chance to take part in our mini flotilla event with your very...
Read more 4 AUGUST 2016

Interview: Mark van Egmond on EuroPride

VBAT's Boardmember Mark van Egmond talks about VBAT's work for EuroPride in Marketingtribune.
Read more 29 JULY 2016

VBAT Blog: Can I have your attention please?

Strategist André Soff read a book on attention, written by Stefan van der Stigchel. Here he shares some insights.
Read more 28 JULY 2016