In the summer of 2020, SAAB partnered with Hatcher to refresh their visual brand and redesign their website to ensure that both reflected their dedication to uplifting all men of color. Hatcher began the engagement with extensive research that dug into the strengths, weaknesses, and opportunities of SAAB’s current brand and website. This research included a brand and website audit, stakeholder interviews, and a website user survey.
After gathering inputs and insights, Hatcher developed a new visual identity for SAAB that reflected its commitment to inclusion and brotherhood. Their new logomark highlights several visuals such as a bow tie, linked arms, arrows, and an infinity symbol. These visuals emphasize SAAB’s present commitment to professionalism and brotherhood, as well as the organization’s aspirations for growth and expansion. Hatcher also developed refreshed collateral for SAAB to phase in the new branding, such as a new PowerPoint and report template and email signature. Armed with a refreshed visual identity, SAAB needed a website to announce their new brand and amplify their important work. Using the discovery research, Hatcher deployed our tried and tested UX/UI process to develop a user-friendly interface and visually appealing website. In addition to a new website, Hatcher developed six SAAB audience personas, which provide a detailed look into the organization’s core audiences’ motivations, challenges, and goals for engaging with SAAB. These personas will help SAAB as they continue to strategize and create outreach materials geared toward their specific audiences. SAAB’s new brand and website launched in January 2021, kicking off the new year with their refreshed vision for the organization. The client unveiled their new branding and website at a virtual event and was met with enthusiasm from their participants, alumni, donors, and other stakeholders.
Ourteam of UX/UI experts redesigned SAAB’s website to align with the new branding and provide a user-friendly experience.
Hatcher developed SAAB audience personas, which provide a detailed look into the organization’s core audiences’ motivations, challenges, and goals for engaging with SAAB.