Onefinemoment - travel diary
For onefinemoment we designed a travel diary. it contains pictures of beautiful locations, has some free space for memories and provides some facts about different vacation destinations. Matching an exclusive trip, the travel diary has of course been finished with a golden hot foil embossing and the content has been printed as well with a golden pantone. onefinemoment is an ideal companion before, during and after an individually planned luxury trip. From layout to the final print - everything here is made by LONGO.
Pircher Oberland - Advertisement
We designed a series of advertisements for Pircher Oberland. The first of the 5 ads was to summarize and present the four core messages of the company. Quality, innovation, service and sustainability are key at Pircher. This strategy enables Pircher to be the rock in the surf for its customers. Hence the image of the ark as a safe ship (Pircher as a safe partner) in the stormy sea (the turbulent times).
Manuel from Stochas always comes up with cool theme weeks. We provide a matching slogan and a corresponding design. "Steak weeks for meat freaks" was the name of the last campaign we were allowed to design.
Another hotel in the Ahrntal for which we were allowed to create a logo / redesign. There was a small name change from Kasern to Kason. Casual, cool, yet serious and above all sporty. Somehow traditional and yet modern - the perfect place for outdoor lovers, sports enthusiasts and mountain friends. We took care of everything related to the corporate design.
45 years Sportler
In 2022, Sportler turned 45.
We were allowed to join in the celebration by developing the design of the entire campaign. Following that, we prepared window displays, arranged city lights, and created print products. In other words, we provided the right look for the campaign.
SPA Broschure MOLIN
For the Naturhotel Molin, we were allowed to design and print a beautiful, sustainable SPA brochure in addition to the logo and corporate design. It directly invites you to relax in the beautiful Ahrntal valley. Printed on apple paper and in the corporate pantone colors.
Mastertent - Pirontex
Language is key in communication - sounds obvious, but often it is not that simple. Once the company's orientation has been determined, the target group must be identified. Then it's a matter of understanding what language both (company and target group) use to communicate. A tech company communicates differently from a sustainability-focused resort, and someone from GenZ has different needs and uses different vocabulary than the Boomer generation, for example. In addition, language should be used to showcase the personality of the company. Content should be conveyed, but in an appropriate way according to the target group. It should correspond to the corporate language and consider aspects such as generding or anglicisms in texts. Overall, it should "catch" the right target group.