Corker Binning

Invigorating the identity of a dynamic law firm.

City of London-based law firm, Corker Binning’s identity and website were getting old and needed to be refreshed; we worked with the client to breathe new life into their brand, focusing on developing the typographic CB elements and applying them across all marketing materials. Our approach focused on simplicity of design and clear messaging for the award winning law firm.


We evolved the existing brand into a vibrant, fresh new identity for the firm. Colour and shapes played a major part in creating a unique style that matches the firm’s character while remaining sophisticated and professional. The brand remains strong and unmistakable due to the consistent, eye-catching creative elements.


Corker Binning were in need of a new website – one that would be modern and to tie in with the new visual direction. We designed and developed a minimal, clean layout that balances vibrant colours with ample negative space. The website uses split-screen design for full-width browsers, each converting seamlessly into a responsive environment.


“The Knowledge” – an A5 28 page quarterly newsletter distributed to Corker Binning’s subscribers and network. Printed on a premium recycled stock, the newsletter is both premium and lightweight for easy postage.


A colourful, vibrant and playful tone has always been applied to Corker Binning event invitations.


We helped organise Corker Binning’s 15th Anniversary party, which coincided with the “Bond in Motion” exhibit at the London Film Museum. Along with PR and event support, we produced all design materials including invites, badges and t-shirts.


Printed folders, profile documents and various templates for office use.


We have designed an array of unique items such as branded umbrellas and custom t-shirts for the London Legal Walk participants.


A unique Christmas card design that reflected the new office location of the firm and featured the firms partners. These digital versions of the cards included simply animated versions centred around their office in Chancery Lane.