DEC.A.DENCE – [DEK – UH – DUH NS] A process, condition, or period of deterioration or decline, as in morals or art; decay. Often Decadence: A literary movement especially of late 19th-century France and England characterised by refined aestheticism, artifice, and the quest for new sensations
We believe that a good piece of design is not just a pretty thing to look at but one that conveys the message it’s meant to say. It should communicate, resonate and connect with people.
We make it a priority to understand your business and your design objectives so as to create designs that are not only aesthetic but are also innovative as we merge technological advancements with the latest design trends, meaningful in the way they “speak” to your customers, long-lasting in their impact and of course, indulgent for the senses. We design decadently by delving into the depths of the consumer decision making process. We deliver designs that evoke a deep resonance with the consumer’s quest for new sensations.
We believe in designs that indulge the senses; designs that are well thought out; designs that resonate/communicate.
To gain an in-depth understanding of the consumer decision-making process and deliver designs that evoke a deep resonance with the consumer’s quest for new sensations. We believe in designs that indulge the senses; designs that are well thought out; designs that resonate and communicate.
- Delighting our Customers
- Delivering value with diligence
- Dealing with integrity
The diamond synchronises with our Public Relations arm that uses the diamond to symbolise a perpetual, unfazeable and unscratchable commitment to excellence. The tattoo design however, portrays Decadence Design’s inherent “decadence” and nonconformity in approaching design development – one that is fresh, out of the norm and appealing because of its unique personality. Grey is chosen as Decadence Design’s base colour because of its symbolism of being “neither black nor white”, yet serious enough to get things done in a way that will suit commercial needs. Decadence Design is a unique blend of boundary pushing and just that touch “badness” that draws people to it.
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