Our services where we harness the power of insight, strategy and design to create a strong brand. The hallmark of many great brands, products and services is that they are eye-catching and responsive to basic human needs and desires. Our thinking behind each new solution determines the direction of our collective future, making it critical to continue to consciously reflect, critically rethink and collaboratively design for that future.



Coming up with a detailed plan that almost guarantees your success

We understand that a clear strategy and solid business model are essential to the success of any brand. Therefore, we offer a range of services to help our clients develop effective strategies and brand and business models that align with their values and goals.

Together, we’ll also make your ideal target audience clear and name it a top priority. We focus on brand strategy to turn buyers into brand ambassadors.


Branding is the process of creating a unique identity for your business. This includes developing a name, logo, design and message that sets your business apart from others. Branding is about creating a certain perception in your target audience, which can help build trust and loyalty with customers. The ultimate goal of branding is to position your company as the best choice for your target audience.

Branding is important because it helps your company stand out from other companies in the same industry. It can contribute to the perception of your company as reliable and high quality, which can increase customer loyalty. A strong brand can also help attract new customers because they will recognize your company’s name and logo more easily. Ultimately, a strong brand can help your business grow and succeed in a hugely competitive marketplace.

Brand Strategy

A brand strategy is a plan that defines the direction in which your brand will develop. It includes everything from your brand promise and purpose to how you market the brand.

Brand Development

Brand development is the process of building your brand from scratch. It includes everything from developing your brand identity to creating brand guidelines and rolling out your brand to the marketplace.

Brand Archetypes

Brand archetypes are a way to define your brand and give it a personality. By associating your brand with a particular archetype, you can better appeal to your target audience and build an emotional connection with them.

Brand Architecture

Brand architecture is the way your brand is structured and organized. It includes everything from how your brand name and logo are used to how your brand is positioned relative to the competition.

Brand Promise

A brand promise is the promise you make to your customers about what they can expect from your product or service. It is an essential part of your brand strategy and should be supported by your brand purpose and values.

Brand Purpose

The brand purpose is the reason why your brand exists. It is about what you want to achieve with your brand and what you are trying to achieve for your customers and society.



Standing out and continuing to surprise positively time after time

The ideal customer journey is important, and in doing so, it ensures good conversion. But in addition, it is invaluable to be surprising and do your best to continue to surprise positively time after time.

We know what moves your customers, how to activate them and how to connect them to your brand. We help you make a first impression, a closer acquaintance and surprisingly lasting customer relationships.


Brand identity refers to the combination of visual, auditory and other sensory elements that a company uses to differentiate itself from other companies in the marketplace. It is essentially the personality of the brand, consisting of various components such as the brand name, logo, slogan, color palette, brand voice (tone of voice) and other visual or auditory elements associated with the brand.

The purpose of a strong brand identity is to distinguish a company or product from its competitors, create a unique and recognizable image in the minds of consumers, and build a sense of trust and security among customers. A strong brand identity helps create a positive perception of your company, builds customer loyalty, and can even earn a higher price for the product or service.

In today’s highly competitive marketplace, a strong brand identity is more important than ever. It helps establish your company’s reputation and can be an important factor in the success or failure of your business. In addition, a well-defined brand identity can help guide your company’s marketing and communications strategy, ensuring that all messaging is consistent and aligned with your brand’s values and vision.

Brand Identity

Brand identity is the way your brand looks and behaves. It is the visual and verbal language your brand uses to present itself to the world.

Brand Voice

The brand voice is the way your brand expresses itself. It’s about the language and tone your brand uses in communication with customers and the public.

Brand Story

The brand story is the story of your brand. It’s about the history of your brand, the people behind it and why your brand exists.

Brand Messaging

Brand messaging is about how your brand communicates with your target audience. It includes all forms of communication, such as press releases, newsletters, advertisements, social media content, website content and other communications. It is important to ensure that your brand messaging is consistent with your brand strategy, brand identity and brand guidelines. Good brand messaging can help strengthen your brand and create a positive image of your brand among your target audience.

Brand Guidelines

Brand guidelines are the rules and regulations that govern how your brand name, logo and voice are used in all communications. It is important to have brand guidelines to ensure consistency and recognition in all marketing and communications.

Brand Magazine

A brand magazine, contains the brand guidelines and style guide, among others It is thus a document that establishes the visual and messaging elements of a company’s brand identity. The brand magazine is additionally designed to inform and ensure consistency in how the brand is represented. It is a first (glossy and/or digital) expression of your brand, to have a clear understanding of the brand’s identity both internally and externally.



Follow the plan, be guided and grow by standing out

The success of a brand is an organized creative combination of people, materials and information. This integrated approach ensures that the various contact moments (touchpoints) with your brand are experienced as enjoyable and offer successful results. Based on the roadmap drawn up together, we know exactly what actions and activities are on the schedule.

Success is the logical consequence of creating value.


Progression, also management or support, refers to the ongoing process of developing, maintaining and enhancing a company’s brand identity to ensure that it remains relevant, recognizable and competitive in the marketplace. It covers a range of activities, including the deepening of brand strategies, brand positioning, brand messaging, brand design, brand communication and brand performance monitoring.

The goal of brand management is to develop and maintain a strong, positive brand identity that resonates with your customers. Effective brand management can lead to increased customer loyalty and brand ambassadors, increased brand awareness and improved brand reputation. It can also help further differentiate your business from your competitors and attract new (even better) customers.

Brand management is now more important than ever. With so many companies vying for attention, continued development into a strong and memorable brand is essential to success.

Brand management helps your company build and maintain an emotional connection with customers based on trust and authenticity. It also ensures that all communications and interactions with your customers remain consistent, coherent and aligned with the values and vision of your brand and those customers.

Brand Management

Brand management, also known as brand management, is about planning, executing and managing all aspects of your brand. This is where all the preparation comes to fruition, from brand strategy and development to brand messaging and management.


Marketing is the way you promote and sell your brand to your target audience. It includes everything from market research and brand positioning to developing (digital) marketing campaigns and measuring and improving results.

Art Direction

Art Direction is the way your brand is presented visually. It includes everything from photography and video production to the illustration and other visual elements used in your marketing and communication statements.


Copywriting is writing copy for your brand, such as ads, emails, social media content and website content. Good copywriting is important to get the right message across and increase audience engagement, as well as improve the customer journey, for example, or increase the conversion rate of your web shop.

Web Design

Web design includes designing your website and all online platforms where your brand has a presence. It’s about navigation (UI), layout, colors and user experience (UX), among other things.

Print Design

Print design includes designing all the necessary printed materials that your, such as your corporate identity elements like business cards, letterhead and envelopes, as well as, for example, brochures, product labels, POS materials, posters, and flyers.

Social Media

Social media is an important part of your marketing strategy. It is about using various social media platforms to promote your brand, connect with new customers and existing customer relationships and strengthen your brand identity.


Mindspins uses the design methods and techniques from the field of Service Design during the creation of many of its projects. This way of working is about designing for and by people. In Service Design projects, we look at the organization through the eyes of the customer so that the designed strategy perfectly matches the needs and expectations as well as those of the customer.

Service Design is holistic – bringing together users, frontline staff, managers and policy makers. The design process creates desirable solutions that meet people’s needs.

Service Design is personal – the visual emphasis of the design process allows ideas to be shared quickly and regularly with everyone involved, from managers to front-office staff to customers. This results in a problem-solving process.

Service Design limits risk – low-cost prototypes and concepts can be tested and improved inexpensively before major investments are made for technical realization.

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