Corporate Transformation Case Study: Teguar
1. Creative Collaboration
2. Project Development
We assigned a dedicated Project Manager to their account and got to work. After an initial conversation with the Teguar team, they sent over their inspirational ideas and we scheduled a site survey to walk through their office and find ways to bring their vision to life.
After the site survey, our team determined what graphics should go in each area, and on each wall. Although not a requirement for every project, this project required creative consultation on behalf of the Project Manager to determine which products and applications would achieve the goal and elevate the aesthetics of the space.
We worked with the Teguar team to find ideas that they liked and purchase images — this design was not made from scratch, but rather a creative usage of existing design. We then laid out the images for them, and offered the frosted vinyl to go on the offices because our Project Manager saw how open the offices were. Lastly, we suggested standoff signs because it adds more of a wow factor and makes it more dramatic.
We collaborated with Teguar’s owner and came up the idea to put their corporate core values on a sign in the middle of the graphics. Based on this idea, we suggested colors on a clear sign and added frosted to the back of it to help with readability. Once we had the ideas finalized, we worked on an estimate and helped adjust it based on their budget.
3. Installation Process
Once the design process was complete and artwork was approved, we started production and decided on an installation date. For this project, production took 7-8 business days.
Once it was finished, our Project Manager called the client 24 hours in advance to confirm the install. We sent our install team to the building, and the Project Manager introduced the team to the client.
The install team started the process of installing wall wraps, frosted window graphics, dimensional letters, and standoff signs throughout the space. In total, the process took about a day and half.