Cityline is Movia’s new, high-end bus concept. BystedFFW created Cityline’s visual identity, including the particular carriageway, bus interior and information graphics.
BystedFFW has developed the name and design to Aarhus’ newest landmark, DOKK1.
The Danish Parliament joined forces with BystedFFW to create a consistent line of design that gathers all communication activities visually.
BystedFFW has developed a number of identity-enhancing elements that brand Jyske Aas as an attractive tourist destination in Denmark.
For KFI Erhvervsdrivende Fond, BystedFFW assisted with the concept, content and layout of a new, corporate visual identity followed by the development of a dynamic website to match.
BystedFFW have been communication and design partner in this campaign for the Danish Ministry for Children, Education and Gender Equality. We have helped develop identity, name and design for the long-term initiative.
BystedFFW have helped TORM rebrand their identity, story and pay-off. The TORM flag is used as an iconic element to ensure that the brand becomes more vivid.
Together with the Ministry for Health and Prevention we have made a campaign that created attention towards the new blue European Medical Card in 2014.
In this client case the aspiration was to create an identity that is more present and lively and a website that embraces its existing members but which also is very forthcoming for newly established architectural firms and other potential members.
BystedFFW has made the design and layout for The Energy Commission’s ‘Recommendations for the Future Energy Politics’.
In 2017 and 2018 BystedFFW developed the campaign ‘Viljen til job’ for the Danish Agency of Labour Market and Recruitment. The mission was to develop and launch a campaign that should be part of a movement towards creating a more inclusive and tolerant labour market for people with a disability.