Bashiti Approached Spiral Art in a branding deal to take over the corporate identity and improve it from all sides, including website for the future, Spiral Art created several options using the latest technology of flash at that time to represent the companies quality message in hardware retail products.
In 2006 bayrouty approached Spiral Art to design their website www.al-bayrouty.com, using flash at that time we improved the look and feel of the brand by adding a natural theme design for the user interface also we took photos for around 60 products then placed them on the products section of the website.
Al Bayrouty did not change the website until today as it was reflecting the brand and products in the best way possible.
After the successful launch of www.al-bayrouty.com, Al Bayrouty approached Spiral Art to design the new line of coffee back in 2007, Spiral Art made studies regarding what people really like about the coffee from designs to taste and etc, and developed a new logo for the production line targeting Arabic audience who love coffee, carefully picked the colors to represent each flavor with a soft desert waves on the background to represent the Arabic taste culture combined with the dark red, green, blue, or blond colors for easier differentiation at the stores later.
Famelac is a Jordanian brand for baby food cereals made in a German company called Topfer, Famelac approached Spiral Art to generate the new line of organic and normal cereals, they wanted a fresh international looking design inorder to try competing with the known other brands such as Nestle, Spiral Art made a research about the cereal packaging world wide and carefully selected the best suitable colors for each package to represent each product in a special way.
And after only 6 months from launching the new design, Some investors from the Arabic Gulf countries decided to invest in the product and take franchises in their countries marking the success of a head turning product and package design.
Jordan Telecom approached Spiral Art Through e-Dimension on 2008 to create a unique CD Presentation with Arabic/English interface with narration about a software they worked on called e-Arabic, in order to successfully selling it to both non governmental and governmental schools around Jordanian Kingdom.
From setting high quality direction over the recording production and the choice of voices for the Arabic and English narrators, with unique use of conceptual illustrations and design for every part of the 30 minuets long presentation to the final output including videos, interactive menus to control voice, music volume, and CD divisions
The CD Presentation was successful and the idea was perfectly digested by school owners and was distributed in Jordan at that time.