It takes a discipline and like minded people singing from the same song sheet, reading from the same page, with a common purpose, implementing a single, clearly defined identity -for a brand to be truly effective.
We believe you should systemize your brand management process. Formalizing the management and sharing of brand knowledge, brand standards and brand resources with the people that implement your brand.
e-see® is the original online brand management system, built to simplify Brand Management for brands of all sizes.
So everyone can be on-brand, everywhere they need to be.
This is our why - our original thinking.Lets talk - touch to call
e-see® was launched in 1997 to provide easy access to brand guidelines and original brand identity artwork.
Today e-see® works with a host of household brand names, multi-national brands and Government organizations.
Thousands of users rely on us everyday.
We know what we're doing, we've been doing it for a long time.
You can trust us to get it right.
We are the Original, the first online multi-tenant brand management system available anywhere.
We're independent from creative, print and other suppliers. We don't compete with graphic designers or agencies.
Instead we work with you and your creative and production partners to ensure that your brand is correctly reproduced every time.
Need help with strategic or tactical brand decisions? Need an independent opinion on the way forward with your brand? Then consider e-see® as an independent advisor.
See our Good Brand Checklist for starters.
We love brands. We respect great brands. We like talking about brands, good and bad and what makes them tick.
Talk Brands is our blog about all things branding.
Join the conversation at TalkBrands™.
When the Christchurch erthquakes struck New Zealand in 2010 and 2011 we wanted to do something for our compatriots in the South.
We created The League of Extraordinary Brands to raise funds for Christchurch through the brands we worked with and built a website and brand to capture that.
View the site at The League of Extraordinary Brands.