Cirrus Logic is a premier supplier of high-precision analog and digital signal processing components. We were tasked with updating a well-established brand logo through a progression of the original design. For more than a quarter century, our team has supported Cirrus Logic with global branding, collateral design, and special projects.
When the CEO of a rock ’n roll corporate culture like Cirrus Logic’s announces he’s retiring, they make sure he gets the standing ovation he deserves. And Cirrus tuned up Texas Creative to make sure it hit the right tone.
Having served as CEO at Cirrus for 13 years, Jason Rhode’s “fairwell tour” was comprised of a platinum record bearing his name, and a retirement celebration complete with VIP passes and concert-worthy swag. Texas Creative designed and produced all the solo-worthy material to help Cirrus put together a retirement party for the ages.
Cirrus Logic rolled out an incredible new employee benefit in 2019: An on-site med clinic for employees and their families. Texas Creative led the charge to name and brand the clinic to fit into their rock ’n roll culture. The result: The Cure Med Clinic. Texas Creative was also tasked with creating wall graphics for the interior of the clinic.
Since 2016, Texas Creative has managed the concepts and artwork for Cirrus' presence at the Edinburgh International Science Festival, held annually in Scotland. The two-week festival includes hands-on activities and workshops, interactive exhibitions, and speakers from around the globe. Cirrus' partnership includes large wall graphics throughout one of the festival's 29 venues.
To celebrate the Rockstar-level performance of 5 of their audio chips, Cirrus tasked Texas Creative with creating their version of a Gold Record: the Unobtainium Commemorative Guitar. Our designers crafted custom templates and artwork featuring the artist each guitar represented along with patent number it celebrated. The instruments were carefully striped of hardware, wrapped with graphics and rebuilt. They now hang in the halls of Cirrus, striking a chord of pride in everyone who works there.