Rob Janoff

About Rob


Rob Janoff has worked at the top of the US advertising tree for more than 30 years. He engaged with accounts as diverse as IBM, Kleenex, Diners Club, Kraft, SC Johnson, AT&T, Citibank and John Deere - just to name a few. His work with Apple was legendary, but a reputation is nothing unless it means something for your company. Communicating better with clients and generating intense brand loyalty are two key ways Rob Janoff can help your business. Discover more reasons to integrate Rob with your marketing team.

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CASE STUDY ONE

CROOZ | TOKYO JAPAN

REBRAND FOR JAPAN’S
MOBILE GAMING GIANT


Japan’s largest mobile gaming company requested a rebrand that harnessed the simplicity and iconic nature of the Apple logo. The major componet of this brief was to keep the typeface similar to the previous brand and utilise the concept of water as the integral component of the logo mark. Capturing the shape of the ‘C’, the aim was also investigate the idea of balance with water and embody its fluid nature.

CASE STUDY TWO

PLUIT CITY | JAKARTA, INDONESIA

INDONESIA’S LUXURY
MAN-MADE ISLAND CITY


Indonesias’s first man-made island Pluit City required a rebrand that generated appeal from within the Chinese market. In addition it needed to reflect class and visualise the relationship of built environment with water. The mark itself represents the nature of the city form being reflected on the ocean. Custom type was integrated into the logo to embrace it’s exclusivity.

CASE STUDY THREE

LUCAS | LONDON, ENGLAND

FINSISHING AND FIT OUT
HEAVYWEIGHTS OF THE UK


Lucas is a force to be reckoned with when it comes to fit-out and finishing. With numerous sub sections to the company it’s services range from high-end finishin, painting and fit out to pro grade tools and modular building components. Working on some of Endland’s highest profile buildings and companies it was important that their brand reflected the level of quality of service and product. The logo mark embodies the ‘L’ shape built as part of the negative space casting the cubed container.

LET'S MAKE THIS HAPPEN

Now working with profitable companies in North America, the UK and Middle East.