Naming, brand identity design, and showing up to make space—quality space—for the process of people who want to discover something new, together, is what we did for NUK Cafe. This was 2014. DK had just opened up our doors in Phnom Penh for business, and this was our first gig.
Since then, five years’ experience of living and learning here in Phnom Penh has given us a chance to flex our creative and intellectual muscles. We’ve gotten into very different kinds of projects, since moving away from typical brand identity design. Still, I think it’s important to share the jo gurney, and how we got to where we are from where we started. This post is part of a series of updates to our portfolio. Discovery, networking, change, and reinvention has led us through a wide set of experiences.
Journeys that, for better or worse, taught us some important lessons. I’ll just leave it at that. It’s a long story.
DK’s now open again for design commissions. That’s a lot of stuff to anticipate, for DK, but the short story is this. We’ve done things, we’ve been places. We’ve learned. We have more to do. Ready, set. See you soon.