The BBM&D design team is excited to announce the launch of a bold new branding campaign for Interface Children Family Services of Ventura County. The new brand was on display at the unveiling of new signage at Interface's Camarillo facility.
The BBM&D design team is excited to announce the launch of a bold new branding campaign for Interface Children Family Services of Ventura County. The new brand was on display at the unveiling of new signage at Interface's Camarillo facility. The campaign's all-encompassing style is based on its striking new logo, a punning acronym on Interface's name that grew from a creative process based on the theme "if we could change the world." The friendly lower-case "if" represents the healing and stabilizing possibilities fostered when caring people come together to help one another through trying times. "The new logo is a perfect representation of what's possible when a community cares for the well-being of its children," said Vincent Blocker, Interface Development Director. "BBM&D has done wonderful work." Interface Children Family Services is an independent nonprofit agency dedicated to strengthening family life in Ventura County. "Interface is a vital local institution," said BBM&D President Barbara Brown. "We are very proud to be entrusted with communicating their vision and goals." BBM&D Strategic Branding is a full service agency that helps position successful companies into higher levels of profitability and visibility. BBM&D has worked with such diverse clients as Saturn, Kinkos, Brown Jordan Outdoor Furniture, Santa Barbara Museum of Art and the Ronald Reagan Presidential Foundation. Their award-winning designs can be seen at bbmd-inc.com. Pictured: Bruce Rokos, owner of Signs Pacific, builder of new sign; Barbara Brown, President of BBM&D; Erik Sternad, Executive Director of Interface.