The updated dental practice
of Kiki Oei
The practice of Kiki Oei has moved! The child-friendly dental practice has moved into their new premises on the Nachtegaallaan in Bleiswijk, and we were called in for a new, fresh look that matches the new practice. For example, we have developed a new corporate identity, photo wallpapers and a website. In addition, relocation cards were also considered. In this way, Kiki Oei's customers were kept informed of developments that the practice was going through.
Corporate identity and logo
In addition to her new practice, the dental practice, which is specifically aimed at children, also needed an update on their branding. New corporate identity? No problem! Our designers started working and have come up with excellent results. The professional and friendly atmosphere that can be found at Kiki Oei is further enhanced with the newly designed coporate identity. In addition, the Kiki Oei logo has been made white and blue to make Kiki Oei look completely fresh again. The old logo was the source of inspiration for the new one, with an extra touch-up. The designers of The Dare Company, together with Kiki Oei, therefore opted for a new font and logo that strongly represents the brand.
Postcard with a new flair
In order to keep the customers informed, 'moving postcards' were also considered. In this way, Kiki Oei's customers were kept informed of developments that the practice was going through.
A new location with new lettering
A new location naturally also needs new lettering. We have created this for the dental practice entirely in line with the new corporate identity and now you can see our beautiful lettering on the new building!
Website design & development
New, newer, newest: the website cannot stay behind. The website has been designed in such a way that the character of the Kiki Oei dental practice comes out better. A child-friendly practice, but accessible for both young and old.
Clear en clean
On the new website, the treatments that Kiki Oei offers are easier to find. Customers are tempted with tight call to action buttons that, among other things, facilitate contact with practice.
Check out the results!