Recognizing the need is the primary condition for design.
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Business cards are probably by far the most common type of traditional print design. The modern day business card, in many aspects, dates back to the Renaissance period and earlier when artisans would mark their wares. These became the calling card of their brand, much as today's business card plays the same role. Let me design a business card for you that will be a unique, stylish and effective calling card to your brand.
This spokesperson magazine ad showcases elements of graphic design for printed materials. The total page count (thickness) and binding need to be considered when creating magazine articles and spreads. InDesign and Photoshop were used to create the flat and final pieces, displayed here.
Aside from business cards, the most common type of traditional print design has to be brochures and flyers. Mixed in with this are menus and multi-purpose pieces such as in-store flyers doubling as direct mail pieces sent to vast mailing lists. I can design your next mass marketing print design, and I can work directly with the printer of your choice.
Rack Cards, Table Tents and POS Displays, Signage, Hang Tags and Pocket Folders are just some of the numerous types of traditional print collateral businesses need. The guidelines and standards for such print materials is constantly changing and businesses have to keep up. As a professional designer, I can help ensure your brand's message stays consistent and on-point in this ever-changing environment.
Large Format Printing & 3D Displays
Large Format Printing (LFP) requires special considerations during the design and printing phases. Back lighting, frame, no frame are just some of the possibilities. 3D displays take these to a whole new level. Billboards have an entirely different set of rules, and then there's bus, taxi and other vehicle wraps. I have the experience to provide you with the perfect solution to your Large Format Printing needs.