Logo and advertising for Best Behaviour

Logo and advertising for Best Behaviour

Dogversity is a fun and effective online training for puppies and dogs. It has been created as an easy to follow education system for a new puppy or dog. DL Design was approached to refine and craft a logo from the client’s own idea. Once the logo was approved it was time to get to work creating advertising material for this new venture. Flyers, business cards, a roller banner, PVC banner, adverts and certificates were all created to help the launch of Dogversity.

The flyers were designed to advertise the fact that you can “unleash your dog’s potential with online puppy and dog training” with courses for puppies and beginners, through to adult dogs and expert levels.

Here are a few of the benefits:

  • Dogs can also gain their own doggy qualifications including a Dogploma, Dogree, Dogtorate.
  • You can train at your convenience.
  • You can work at your own pace.
  • There is always something new for your dog to do.
The finished logo
Advertising flyers with logo
Flyers to advertise Dogversity

The roller banner is ideal for advertising and includes a graphic 0.85m wide x 2m high (850mm x 2000mm) with a bespoke graphic with your logo can be printed on 400gsm anti-curl, anti-scuff, anti-glare SoFlat material. The banner also comes supplied with a heavy duty bungee pole and socket base, a large internal graphic housing with a snap clip top rail conveniently packaged in a zipped carry bag.

Roller banner
850 x 2000mm roller banner

The banner was sized at 2500 x 1000mm so that it can be seen from a distance such as an arena. It was printed onto 400gsm PVC and supplied with eyelets making it easy to attach to a frame.

PVC banner
2500x1000mm PVC banner

Once the initial design was created, press adverts can then be resized allowing them to be used in multiple publications.

A selection of press adverts

“Highly recommend Darren, patient, helpful and understands what you want from your designs. Really happy with the work Darren has done so far.”

Zoe Willingham, Best Behavoiur Dog Training – May 2019