What’s it like to partner with BSTRO? We’ll show you. There are no secrets or closed doors in our process – our team is ready to answer your questions and break down the data behind our creative processes and decisions. Read our case studies to dive deeper into how we work and what we do.
A beloved institution, evolved. Mary’s is a legend in Vancouver’s West End neighborhood. BSTRO launched a new brand with a cheeky vibe that honors and reflects the brand story.
Helping a customer-focused company drive sales by rebranding and launching a content marketing program.
Branding and website for a team of super impressive legal professionals on a mission to bring equity for women and minorities to the legal profession.
We empowered Bloomlife to supercharge their website performance, increasing conversion rates by 52%, and increasing revenue by 185%.
We created and tested an app to help young adults cope with unique anxiety challenges, anywhere, any time.
We helped Pranin draw a new audience using customer-focused content, while driving sales with a new eCommerce website.
We helped Splenda unify their brand with a fresh new website that improves accessibility and shopability, while showcasing their recipes and products.
Our body of work spans two decades and includes creative projects of all sizes! Here’s a peek at some our favorites that showcase how we’ve helped clients refresh and grow their brands – or build new ones from the ground up.
from unpolished potential
to sleek simplicity
from outdated outlines
to award-winning elegance (BIABC Excellence in Marketing award, 2014; named 2015 Best Neighbourhood by Great Places in Canada )
from standard tech treatment
to a $100 million strategic acquisition by an industry leader
from a brash young upstart
to a grown-up premium network
From a pale presentation with a poor path to purchase
to a strategic, stylish e-commerce site with sumptuous visual storytelling
from a scrappy, year old social gaming startup with a team of eight developers
to a strategic part of a digital media empire (acquired by News Corp in 2001)
from a 90s era dot-com design
to a fresh, memorable brand system