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Product logo design for WEARWOLF

The Wearwolf product is a wear monitoring tool for the mining and construction industries. It allows tracking and monitoring the wear rates of machines and components, in order to better plan an schedule maintenance servicing. PJL Group wanted a standalone product logo to help market their product and build brand awareness in the wear monitoring product
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Graphic design for social media campaign

Madden Partners planned to create two targeted social media campaigns. One was aimed at jackaroos and jillaroos working in remote locations – and the obvious advantage of taking care of their tax returns without the need for in-person appointment. The second was an offer in support of our local health service with a discount for
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Logo and website for Brigid Arantz Rapid Transformational Therapy

Brigid Arantz made a leap from corporate lawyer to hypnotherapist and now helps others to make positive changes in their lives. Having operated without a logo for some time, she found a need to add a more professional touch to her emails, documents and material. We had worked with Brigid on her other business, and
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Collateral design for National Carbon Farming Conference & Expo

Sauce Design is proud to be working with Carbon Farmers of Australia in the lead up to the 9th National Carbon Farming Conference & Expo. We’ve designed the conference collateral look and feel around a ‘Farm of the Future’ graphic. We created this graphic incorporating the key methods of carbon farming for use in Carbon
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Logo design for Dalzell Contracting

Logo design for Dalzell Contracting

Dalzell Contracting needed a logo and came to Sauce Design with a concept that wasn’t quite fully formed. They gave us a rough sketch and explained that they liked the simplicity and strength of the Superman ‘S’ shield, and wanted to incorporate the use of their company initials ‘DC’. We distilled this idea down to
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