HomeHuk is the home & living brand of N-squared, a leading Thai online distributor and e-commerce solutions provider. N- squared started operations in 2014 and now operates in 6 countries in South-East Asia. The HomeHuk brand offers an extensive collection of furniture and home appliances for home lovers at affordable prices.

Jacob Jensen Design has taken on the task to strategically revitalise HomeHuk through a re-structuring of the brand architecture and by shaping the brand visual to stand-out from the cluttered dime-store competitors on e-commerce platforms.

Dairy Home

Dairy Home is Thailand’s first organic dairy company and a responsible social enterprise born from a family business. It was built on a desire to bring customers the best dairy products in the most sustainable way. The company is driven by a passion for good food and a commitment to improving the health of the planet, the workforce, and the community.

Jacob Jensen Design has collaborated with Dairy Home to clarify the company’s brand values and to translate them into a compelling visual identity which builds on the already successful and recognizable elements while adding consistency & excitement with a contemporary feel.

The objective was to boost brand recognition and sales to the level they deserved to be, but also reinforce the company’s commitment to advocate for organic & sustainable practices in Thailand.

Micron Ware

Brand revitalisation and communication manual | Thailand

Established in 1979, MICRON WARE specialises in the production of a wide range of plastic houseware products, including kitchen utensils, storage solutions, plastic furniture and lifestyle accessories.

Having become a household name in Thailand for its popular series of Super Lock food containers, the company is now expanding its business globally to cover more than 40 countries.

Jacob Jensen Design has taken on the task of revitalising MICRON WARE’s visual communications to confidently reflect the company’s vision of becoming a leading name in the Home & Living industry. By positioning MICRON WARE as a lifestyle brand, the company’s visual identity has been transformed into a modern, premium brand expression that is primed for international expansion.


Visual identity and Packaging Design I Denmark

DANZKA Vodka was established in 1989 in Copenhagen and is today owned by the German company Waldemar Behn GmbH.

In 2016, Jacob Jensen Design was asked to revitalise the DANZKA visual communication to bring it back to its Danish roots.

The new visual identity focuses on the unique and functional aluminum bottle as a classic piece of Danish design. The entire identity is consequently based on creating a simple Nordic atmosphere around the product to highlight its Danish origins.

Simultaneously, DANZKA THE SPIRIT – a new premium vodka was launched. Jacob Jensen Design was behind the new graphic interpretation of the iconic bottle.

Thise Mejeri Visual identity I Denmark

Thise Mejeri I Workshop I Timeline of packaging I 2015

The growth of the Danish organic dairy company Thise has practically exploded over the last 25 years. All this has happened without any master plan as to what their graphic profile should look like.

Coming up on the 25-year anniversary, they decided that it was high time to get a grip on their many graphic expressions. They joined forces with Jacob Jensen Design. The result was a graphic »fenne« – a fenced pasture in the Jutland dialect – outlining how their products and graphic image will look in the future.


Visual identity I Denmark

In 2012, Jacob Jensen Design won a EU tender for designing a visual identity for the Evangelical Lutheran Church in Denmark. In Danish, the denomination is called »The people´s church«, which is appropriate since 80% of the Danes are members.


Commercial vehicles I Sweden

In 2004, Volvo was owned by Ford and positioned within their premium brand category together with Jaguar, Land Rover, Aston Martin and Lincoln.

As Volvo is one of only very few car brands in Scandinavia, it was clear to Ford that the main focus for the brand should be its Scandinavian roots. With an emphasis on differentiation and strengthening of the brand’s identity and consequently its products, the Volvo Strategic Design Department commissioned Jacob Jensen Design to give their interpretation of Scandinavian values.


In the spring of 2003, Jacob Jensen Design was asked to develop a communication strategy for the Danish Social Democrats with the aim of ensuring consistency and clarity in the party’s profile and serving as an aid to members and employees when solving communication tasks.

THE DANISH SOCIAL DEMOCRATIC PARTY | Communication and Design manual | 2003

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