MetaDesign Wins Prestigious Rebrand 100® Global Awards

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Premier design competition recognizes MetaDesign with multiple awards.

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"We are pleased that our work has been recognized by such a distinguished panel of judges."

MetaDesign, a global branding and design firm, was honored with multiple awards at the 2012 Rebrand 100® Global Awards.

The San Francisco office of MetaDesign was awarded a “Merit” for the design and development of the Berlin & Beyond Film Festival visual identity. MetaDesign based the design around the festival theme “Light, Love and Revolution” to represent optimism and creative spirit.

MetaDesign San Francisco also received a "Notable" recognition for its rebrand of Teachscape, a provider of industry-leading solutions, technology and educational services company.

“We strive to design brands rooted in strategy that create an emotional appeal with audiences,” said Stan Zienka, MetaDesign creative director. "We are pleased that our work has been recognized by such a distinguished panel of judges."

Additionally, MetaDesign offices in Europe and Asia were recognized for their work, earning an award of Distinction, two of Merit, and a Notable award for clients ranging from the German Federal Government to a special magazine created by the Financial Times for the China market.

Rebrand 100® is one of the most coveted global awards of its kind. Featured in such media as The Wall Street Journal, CNN Money, BusinessWeek, and Yahoo! Finance, Rebrand's leading program, the annual Rebrand Global Awards competition, is the first and most respected recognition for repositioned brands.

About MetaDesign
MetaDesign is a global branding firm with offices in San Francisco, Beijing, Berlin, and Zurich. MetaDesign creates brand strategies, identity systems, and digital interfaces for emerging businesses, cultural institutions, and global enterprises, including the San Francisco Ballet, Sony, Four Seasons, and McAfee.


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