Doodle Dog Creative is a creative agency headquartered in Dallas and Austin, Texas, specializing in branding solutions, website design and development and search engine optimization. We create smile worthy concepts that capture personality and inspire brands.
We loved working on the brand identity for Fusion Fit, started by two friends with the same goal: to develop a workout for women that incorporated cardio, resistance training and stretching exercises all in one. Together they created a fun and great way for women all over Austin to get into shape. Boot camp info, workout playlists, fitness and recipe articles are just the tip of the iceberg on this website. We wanted to create something that personified these girls and their business, and we think this modern and bold website and branding design did just that. Take a look!
Here is their simple and defined logo:
A quick look at their business cards and simple promotional postcards that were handed out at various colleges and around Austin:
And of course, their new site:
The inspirational maxims in different fonts at the bottom reflect their young and vibrant style, all fit under the same blue chromatic scale.
This page of the website is truly unique and ever so hip. You can submit your idea of the perfect workout playlist as well as peruse through other users’ playlists for a variety of tunes to test that endurance during your workouts. If they like yours it could be featured!!
Our good friends Kelly and Wendy at Life Styled Events came to us a while back in need of a new look for their website and collateral. We came up with a design to reflect their style and brand. These ladies strive for excellence and find beauty and vision in every task put in front of them. No matter the size or event, they will be sure to uphold the same standard of excellence for everyone and create a unique and personal event that is meaningful to you and your guests. The bold black and white damask pattern accented with splashes of teal really creates a feminine and memorable look.
Take a look at some of the website pages:
And a few of their promotional and collateral pieces…