Creativity at work
Graphic design goes far beyond adding your logo and phone number to a business card. It’s functional artwork that communicates your business’s message to the viewer. This can be through the visual hierarchy of a text layout the viewer holds, or by creating clear and eye-catching graphics that are visible to passing cars. Digital illustrations can bring the ideas in your head to life or can create hyper-real product images free of glares and reflections. The possibilities are endless!
Graphic Design Examples
- Logo Design
- Print Design
- Social Media Graphics
- Product Drawings
- Powerpoint Templates
- Other Branding Assets
Graphic design shouldn’t be based purely on what looks good or personal preference. It should be grounded in strategy and research. It’s a cycle of figuring out what the problem is and finding how that challenge should be met effectively.
We want to know who you are, personally and as a business. We’ll talk through what you’re strengths are, who you’re target market is and where your image could improve.
We’ll find out what your goals are: promoting an event, advertising a new service, reaching new customers. Based on your budget, we can recommend ways to find the right people.
We can work within brand guidelines for established businesses or help you come up with your own look-and-feel that will make you stand apart from your competition. This is where ideas become reality.
After designs are finalized, we help you receive the final product. Need 1000 posters? Have an apparel order for your staff? There’s no need to work with multiple business on one project. We’re your one-stop-shop.
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“Design is in everything we make, but it’s also between those things; it’s a mix of craft, science, storytelling, propaganda and philosophy.”
– Erik Adigard
A story in Research
Design is art, but it’s also science. That’s why designs should be based in research and not personal taste. A construction company should not have the same look as a florist or a lawyer. They should be different. They should bring about different emotional responses and ideas when viewed. This is done through fonts, font pairings, color theory and other accent imagery.
You, as a business, have more important things to do with your time than: study which color and color combinations elicit the emotional response you want your viewer to have, develop a visual hierarchy so viewers don’t get lost in content, or figure out what fonts evoke the right feeling for your business.
That’s why we’re here. We use our knowledge of design, marketing, and advertising strategy to find the right solution for you!
Let’s Start Something new
We offer FREE initial consultations. We’d love to talk to you about your current marketing and work with you to help your business succeed!