I always recommend Bat Hat Harry to friends and colleagues. Sam is so easy to work with and produces amazing work. It’s fabulous having someone of this calibre locally.
I came to Bad Hat Harry with a business idea and they basically turned a sniff of an idea into a fully fledged brand. They not only achieved everything I laid out in the brief (and more) but really captured in the branding the essence of what I wanted to deliver – a joyful, slightly retro yet very Australian take on the ukulele craze to suit a range of markets.
I had worked with Bad Hat Harry on the Save Sawtell Cinema campaign and was so impressed by their work that I wanted to work with them again.
Bad Hat Harry presented a range of designs for the Uko Ono brand – all of which were on point, so the only difficulty was in selecting one. They then prepared a brand portfolio which included logo applications, website and social media templates plus a range of product-specific templates. I still get positive feedback on my brand and products – it’s been a real driver in securing new business and building relationships with clients.
I’m not sure the correct lingo to say this, but what I want to say is that my website is easy to find on google – it comes up high up on the search engine listings. Just yesterday I got a call from someone in Newtown (Sydney) asking if they could have lessons – so I’m way ahead of my competitors there. I get great feedback on my newsletter and I know the brand really reflects my product – it’s fun and vibrant and full of joy. It’s really helped me build my business here on the Coffs coast – it has high brand awareness which leads to new business, particularly in the corporate/event space and lots of media coverage (front page of Advocate, news stories on ABC Radio, regular posts in Arts & Cultural newsletters).
Stephanie Ney, Owner