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  • Design for print

    Our design process encompasses a wide range of disciplines including branding, layout, typography, illustration, and digital media. We only use Adobe Illustrator, Photoshop, and InDesign to create visual concepts.

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Design for Print – Graphic Design

Graphic design is the process of visually communicating ideas and information using typography, imagery, and other design elements.

It encompasses a wide range of disciplines including branding, layout, typography, illustration, and digital media.

Graphic designers use software such as Adobe Illustrator, Photoshop, and InDesign to create visual concepts, using colour, images, and typography to effectively communicate ideas to an audience.

They may work in a variety of fields such as print, digital media, advertising, packaging, and more. Graphic design plays an important role in advertising, branding, and communication of products, services, and ideas.

Branding

Branding is the process of creating a unique name, symbol, or design that identifies a product or company and differentiates it from its competitors.

A brand is more than just a logo, it encompasses all aspects of a company’s image, including its name, visual elements, messaging, and reputation.

The goal of branding (graphic design) is to create a strong, positive image in the mind of the consumer, making it more likely that they will choose that product or service over others.

Effective branding requires a thorough understanding of the target audience, the competition, and the company’s unique selling points.

It also involves creating a consistent visual and messaging strategy across all marketing materials and customer touchpoints, such as packaging, advertising, and customer service.

The process of branding includes:

  • Brand Strategy
  • Brand Identity
  • Brand Communication
  • Brand Management
  • Brand Experience.

Brochure Design

Brochure design is the process of creating visual materials that effectively communicate information about a company, product, or service.

Brochures are a versatile marketing tool that can be used for various purposes, such as promoting a business, introducing a new product, or providing information about a service.

A brochure graphic design typically includes a cover page, several internal pages, and a back cover.

The graphic design process for a brochure typically begins with a creative brief, which outlines the purpose of the brochure, the target audience, and the key messaging.

Next, we will create a layout and choose appropriate imagery, typography, and colour scheme that aligns with the brand’s visual identity and appeals to the target audience. We will also consider the paper stock, size, and folding options for the brochure.

Once the graphic design is complete, the brochure will be sent for proofreading and final revisions before being sent to the printer.

Brochure design is an important aspect of marketing and communication, as it helps to create a professional image and provides detailed information to the audience in a visually appealing way.

Exhibition Graphic Design

Exhibition graphic design is the process of creating visually engaging and interactive environments for trade shows, museum displays, corporate events, and other types of exhibitions. The goal of exhibition design is to effectively communicate a message or story, and to create an immersive experience for visitors.

Exhibition design includes the conceptualization, design, and production of the physical space, including the layout, lighting, graphics, and interactive elements.

The exhibition design process typically begins with a design brief, which outlines the goals, target audience, and key messages of the exhibition. Next, the designer will create a layout and choose appropriate materials, colours, and lighting to create the desired atmosphere. They will also consider the flow of visitors through the space, and how to guide them through the exhibition.

Interactive elements such as multimedia, touchscreens, and hands-on exhibits are often used in exhibition design to engage visitors and make the experience more interactive.

Exhibition design is an important aspect of visual communication and marketing. It helps to create a memorable and meaningful experience for visitors, and can be used to promote a brand, introduce new products, or educate visitors about a specific topic.