If you’re beginning a new venture, there is a good chance you may require a new logo and brand design. The logo and branding will typically have some influence on all that follows when it comes to any subsequent design collateral. To learn more about Logo Design & Branding, please click here.
Whether you’re a new startup or an established entity, with branding in place, what is the best application for it? Graphic design comes in many shapes and forms and there are almost endless ways to get your messages seen. We work with you across all platforms, making sure every relates to each other and its consistent throughout.
There is no doubt that digital design is the dominant media to work within (Check out our Web Design info here), but there is much print media that still holds it weight when it comes to presenting yourself and/or your business.
Something as simple as a business card still remains a staple within any design stationary set and is a great way to share your details and visual identity. Other items, such as letterheads, invoices, proposals and compliment slips are other cost effective ways to present your brands image in a professional manner.
We provide design ideas and solutions, fine tuning them to your feedback. Making sure they support you and your business with it's visual goals. We work with local businesses on the Wirral but also across Liverpool, Cheshire and the rest of the UK.
Away from standard company stationary, marketing and publication graphic design for booklets, brochures, flyers and posters are all strong ways to get your voice heard and brand seen. These are also a great source of creativity and potential playfulness, as, although brand continuity is important across the board, individual items, such as posters and flyers etc, present an opportunity to alter and play with your brand image so to suit a particular event or service.
Other graphic design work that we can offer, includes packaging design, icon sets and infographics. These are great for promoting your products and/services and can help tell or sell a story. Infographics in particular are perfect for visualising details and statistics or perhaps illustrate a journey. Icon sets can help portray a range of services or highlight particular key points. In addition to their functional attributes, both infographics and icon sets can introduce real personality in to your brand and its messages.