Hi-Pointe Drive-In is a new fast-casual restaurant in St. Louis, MO. The menu includes burgers, sandwiches, and shakes, with an emphasis on creative daily specials. This new concept uses locally-sourced ingredients, and practices sustainability from recycled bamboo flatware, to the reused shipping containers the building is constructed from. Brevity worked with the experienced restaurateurs to develop the brand, print materials, in-store graphics, and online presence for this new venture, from the ground up. Our team set out to create a fun, inviting brand and environment, combining a mid-century aesthetic with modern applications and attitude. Primary challenges in this project revolved around the breadth of brand applications to be created in a short release time.
Design a Strong Brand Package to Last
Communicate the Mischievous Brand Attitude
Create Comprehensive Brand Materials
Our team took inspiration from mid-century design, retro-futuristic illustrations, 80’s diners, and 50’s lingo. We worked to produce the design system and source production for all brand materials in time for the early 2017 grand opening. Our project scope included just about everything you can think of for the brand such as menu signage, print designs, apparel—really anything inside and outside of the Drive-In. We developed a system using the logo mark, typography, and color palette that would allow all of these pieces to be created across all media with ease.
Device optimization is one of the most important factors on the web today.
When visitors find the Drive-In site on their phones, the first thing displayed is a “Call for Delivery” button at the top of the interface. There are many other features on the site that are optimized for device-specific features.
Our team put together a production schedule allowing for design materials to be produced on a priority basis, and we were able to work ahead of schedule to have all planned pieces ready for the early 2017 launch.
The brand and tone we created for Hi-Pointe Drive-In is consistently shared by customers and the brand on social media. The stickers and packaging allow for the food and pieces to be photographed and display the brand.
The brand materials we created allow for a consistent experience on items from product packaging to apparel. Our team continues to work with the Drive-In to this day, while the hats, t-shirts, and stickers fly off the shelves.