Domino’s Pizza came to the Polish market in 2011. Strong and well known through its logo, the brand quickly gained brand awareness and recognisability in Poland. Domino’s achieved it’s goal of being perceived as quick and easily available. However, the pizza sector in Poland is very different than in the US. The Domino’s was perceived as a cheap and not particularly tasty branch pizza. How to change the perception of the brand without changing the logo and colour palette?
We were looking for a change in association to the existing identity and visual proposition.
We focused on food design. Appetizing visuals underline high quality of food, typography expresses fun and joy accompanying the pizza meal. The new mood of the Visual became a base for creating a whole new identity, including redesigned pizza boxes and website dedicated to main benefits and values of Domino’s. Exclusively, Poland has become the only country to have a new pizza box designed.
As a result of our dedication for creating the new identity, we have also been asked to prepare outdoor campaign, animation on POS TV in the subway and an internet banner campaign.
Orders increased approx. 50% in two months’ period.
The new identity of Domino’s has changed the perception of the quality of the brand.
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