Freelancer marketplace PeoplePerHour.com on Friday announced that it has revitalized its new branding called Make Bright Ideas Happen.
“From our homepage, blog, app store to social media, we’ve updated our brand to reflect the amazing and individual talent within our marketplace,” the freelancer marketplace posted in a recent blog post.
The online jobs marketplace started in 2007 as a community of expert freelancers who are available to hire by the hour or per project.
Over the past 14 years, PeoplePerHour.com solved over 1 million problems for businesses and paid out over £135m to freelancers around the world.
From the previous ‘Job Done’ branding PeoplePerHour.com shifted to Make Bright Ideas Happen as the firm celebrates the collaboration of bright ideas that often happen throughout the marketplace.
“One of the important changes that we’ve made to our homepage is to celebrate and showcase some of the great freelancer work achieved within our marketplace. We’re incredibly proud of the talented freelancer community that we’ve built over the past decade, they’re the heroes we should be praising! Whether it’s an app design for a tech startup or a website built for a small business, bright ideas are brought to life every day on PeoplePerHour and this is now represented from the homepage to our new visual identity,” the company said.
The new website visual identity has given the job marketplace platform a way to show off the freelancers and the many facets of the marketplace, as well as some of the incredible work that’s completed on it.
The ‘Tetris cubes’ design seen throughout PeoplePerHour.com’s new identity is there to demonstrate the dynamic aspect of our global community, with snapshots of real work and freelancers.
Check out PeoplePerHour.com’s latest video launching the new “Make Bright Ideas Happen’ branding in this link.