Percept were chosen by the NSW Government as the design agency for their Premier's Awards. We were to design the logo and identity to stand the test of time, while the look and feel for the event's annual theme, changes each year.

Case Study

Each year, the NSW Government hold their Premier’s Awards to recognise outstanding achievement within the public sector.

Percept won out from a shortlist of design agencies with government branding experience, to create the logo and identity for the awards themselves as well as develop the look and feel of the event from year to year.

This branding project began with the logo for the Premier’s Awards and we intended it to convey feelings of prestige and excellence, attributes which are befitting of the award winners.

The icon in the logo design represents a trophy that the entrants are striving for and this has influenced the actual award as it has now been modelled on the the logo’s icon.

A colour palette of blue has also been used to tie in relevance to the state of NSW.

The look and feel of each year’s event was also part of the brief, for instance one of the theme’s we’ve created is ‘innovation’.

Percept developed the brand styleguide for both the identity of the event as well as the yearly theme.

Once all the branding was planned out, we applied it to the various items of print collateral such as posters used to promote the awards as well as signage and banners that branded the event on the night.

To supplement the printed promotional material, Percept also designed a website which continued in the same look and feel and provided an online resource where participants and interested parties could access more information about the awards.