The new branding and website for the Battle of Bannockburn project has been launched starting the 700-day countdown towards the 700th anniversary of the battle.
The countdown, which began on Monday, will also mark the date when the new state-of-the art visitor attraction will open to the public.
Building work on the £9m project by Stirling has already begun.
The ambitious project will feature state-of-the-art 3D technology to engage people in an interactive experience which brings the realities of medieval battle to life in a way which has never been done before.
The Battle of Bannockburn project represents a partnership between the National Trust for Scotland and Historic Scotland and is funded by support from the Scottish Government and the Heritage Lottery Fund.
Building work on the project started last month as construction and conservation work began to restore the monuments including the iconic Bruce statue and build the new visitor centre.
The new Battle of Bannockburn brand identity was conceptualised and designed by The Beautiful Meme with consultation from Dalton Maag, the type designers behind the legendary Nokia brand, amongst a host of other international brand names.
Tom Sharp, creative director of The Beautiful Meme said: "We set out to create a visual identity that was both brutal and playful, full of meaning yet instantly accessible, and fresh without eschewing tradition, all the things the Visitor Centre itself is going to be. We want people to appreciate the identity before they visit, but appreciate it even more once they’ve had the full Bannockburn experience."