We have just finished designing the brand identity for the Audiology practice of Melissa Alexander, including the website, packaging and signage. You can see the full case study here.

We have just completed the new identity and packaging design for Gr8nola, a new challenger to the healthy granola market. Check out the case study here to find out more about the new ‘Clean & Delicious’ design.

More chocolate goodness this Easter for Cocoa Plus, again we designed the whole campaign including some delicious photography as seen above.

What a pleasure it is to announce that we are currently working with Monotype, every designer loves to work with type and it’s going to a fun project with over 20,000 typefaces at our disposal. Look out for the project soon…

We have been having a little think here at Deuce Studio about the possible areas of design we see as being the most interesting for brands big and small in 2017, everything from colour to technology we analyse 5 predictions for the coming year.

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Introducing the new 40g packaging from Cocoa Plus, still high in protein and full of luxury cocoa chocolate but now in 4 delicious flavours and a more convenient size. Check out the release video here.

It’s Good + More Good.

Thank you to The Brand Identity for featuring our Adjust project. We have had a brilliant response. See the full feature here and you can even follow them on Instagram and Twitter too.

Your brand identity is one of the most important things to get right when you first start your business. It’s not just what you look like, its how your perceived by your audience. It starts with communicating the right message and making sure all of your touch points are in line with this vision.

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We have just launched a brand new identity for Adjust. We worked together with the disability employment consultants to create a versatile identity that expresses clarity, accessibility and professionalism.

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London Design Festival this year has been brilliant as usual, our highlights have to include the various exhibitions at Protein Studios and the incredible engineering masterpiece ‘The Smile’ by Architect Alison Brooks. Here’s to next year!

As Wimbledon is ending so to is our #wimbers130 poster series. It’s been a wonderful 2 weeks of tennis and design. Well done Andy Murray and all the other brits, here’s to next year. To relive our project, check our Instagram, Twitter and mini site.

This year to celebrate the 130th Wimbledon Championships, Deuce Studio has created a set of 13 limited edition prints for 13 moments from the tournament’s glorious past. We will be releasing 1 poster for everyday of the tournament through our Instagram, Twitter and mini site.


Over the weekend we took time off to enjoy ourselves at Plymouth Film Festival and to see the branding we created too. Our particular favourite short was ‘I used to be famous’ which tells the funny but moving story about a failed pop singer’s unlikely friendship with an autistic musician.

We have just been invited to attend the first D&AD festival at Old Truman Brewery. We’re looking forward to seeing all the winning work and meeting the Partners at their Smile in the Mind workshop.

2016 is the 3rd edition of Plymouth Film Festival and we have been asked to create an advertising campaign to work across digital and print. The campaigns key message is to prove short films can be just as entertaining as high budget blockbusters.

Cocoa Plus introduced a new range of protein chocolate eggs just in time for Easter. Deuce Studio helped create the packaging as well as the promotional material showing off the Easter treats in all their glory.

Plymouth Film Festival brings together international up-and-coming film makers to celebrate and showcase short 10-15 minute productions. We have just created a new identity for them and look forward to continue developing their brand further to help increase awareness of the festival.

We’re pleased to announce that we have just finished creating the brand identity and packaging for Cocoa Plus, the UK’s first high protein infused chocolate bar. Their goal was to create a bar that tackled the problem of lacklustre snacks for the fitness industry.