A.K.A Logos, Icons, Brandmarks, Logotypes, Lockups, Brands, etc
e-see® has been the trusted guardian of brand identity assets, for a host of household brand names, since we were established in 1997.
From the start our sole mission was to make the delivery of original brand identity artwork, brand standards and guidelines, as easy, fast and as safe as possible.
When you need to manage and distribute official and original logo artwork, brand usage guidelines, identity elements, artwork, images or pack-shots for the brands you're working with, e-see® Brand File Manager, can make your life so much easier.
Our role is to work with brand owners and their creative suppliers to provide an independent from creative repository of core brand identity assets, that the brand owner directly controls.
All your brand assets - logo artwork, images, brand guidelines and related marketing collateral together, in one easily accessible central online location.
Supports original vector artwork in a variety of colour-spaces and file formats for absolute consistency in reproduction.
Photo friendly with automatic meta-data, light-boxes, watermarking of thumbnails, management of usage license periods and cross-referencing.
Delivered as a multi-tennant cloud app, means no software install and lower costs for brand owners.
What you upload is what they get. We don't alter your files in any way. It's always the original.
Automatic approval workflow for 3rd party Authors, such as external designers/agencies.
Save time finding your assets, with both simple and advanced Search. Never lose artwork, images and other assets again.
Search friendly, supports discovery and self-service sign-up with access requests for restricted files.
Easily control who can access what, with 4 levels of Asset visibility plus Asset Release, Expiry and Review dates, combined with 4 classes of User enables fine grained control over who can Access what and when.
On-line Archiving lets you file assets away so they can't be accessed, yet allows them to be resurrected if needed later.
Gun toting Ronald McDonald demonstrates the power of the logo. Never underestimate the power of a great brand identity.
Take a look at the Academy Award winning short film Logorama, which parodies a number of brands but demonstrates how recognizable logos and even a brands secondary elements can be. Look out for the MSN Messenger man, Michelin Man cops, Windows skyscraper and many more blatant logo abuses.
If you have responsibility for any of the brands featured - you'll cringe. However it demonstrates the amazing power of a strong brand identity. How many can you recognize?.
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