Branding & Graphic Design
One misconception we had in our previous guise of Web Services Wirral was that both potential and existing clients were initially unaware and pleasantly surprised that we do a lot of graphic design work.
Now, as Farm Factory this is something that we really wish to shout about. Before discovering web design, founding member Rob Tyson and Senior Designer Dan Knapp both came from a design oriented background and studied graphic design together at Salford University. Our strengths lie within logo creation and branding, but as with web development, whatever your requirements, we can meet your demands. Along with branding we produce business cards, letterheads, promotional flyers, posters, catalogues, books and packaging.
Providing full graphic and print design solutions for businesses across the Wirral, Chester, Liverpool and the rest of the UK. To see examples of our design projects please visit Our Work and if you what to find out more about how we can help you please just Contact Us.
Don’t judge a book by its cover, or, Image is everything!? We believe that it's important to take both of these statements into consideration when thinking about creating a new brand. You need to look great and get noticed but also ensure your brand message is clear enough for the viewer to follow.
If you wanted to brand a florist, then a broken heart logo may be somewhat misguided. Likewise an image of a rose would be quite fitting yet obvious and unoriginal. We spend significant time with you to establish what is yours and your projects ethos and see if we can find then promote a more unique and personal angle to help you stand out amongst the crowd.
Once branding is established, where do you best apply it? A website is a great place to start, but people need to know where that website is. In what is fast becoming an ever more reliant digital age, a business card still stands strong and remains popular. Along with a card, letterheads, invoices, quotes, labels and compliment slips are still used with unwavering regularity. With all these items in place, it's important that they all look as part of a set. It looks professional and shows that you care about your brand to ensure it is promoted in a consistent manner in its favoured light.
We're not saying that all said items have to be done in one hit, but as and when your needs are such that additional items are required. We can react and produce such items in way that brand continuity is kept.