Graphic design – design for print

Graphic design encompasses all forms of design for print, including brand identity. Our team has been working as graphic designers for many years, and have designed magazines, catalogues, company brochures, promotional leaflets, as well as conference literature and signage.

Brand identity typically includes a logo design and colour scheme for your business, with matching designs for business cards, letterheads, promotional leaflets, and of course, a website design.

Leaflet design

Leaflet and Brochure Design

Leaflets, brochures and flyers can be designed to any size. We supply high resolution print ready PDFs, so they can be printed and used to promote your business or service via magazine inserts or at exhibitions, for example. Leaflets and brochure designs can also be supplied as a lower resolution PDF to be sent via email or social media.

Postcard Design

Postcards are a great way to promote your business, service or sale. They are double-sided and immediately eye-catching to potential customers. They can be handed out personally or posted. Printing postcards with multiple images on the reverse side enables you to promote different aspects or variations to your business.

They give more information about your business than a business card.

Postcard design
Packaging design

Packaging Design

Design for product packaging and labels. This refers to any type of exterior packaging including food labels, and encompasses the graphics, colour scheme and fonts. Most importantly the design needs to showcase your product in an eye-catching way often within a restricted size.

Conference Programmes & Business Literature

A large part of our design work includes all types of printed programmes, posters, advertising and signage, etc, for conferences. This work includes large scale banners for supermarket displays.

Conference programmes and literature design
Logo and branding design

Logos & Brand Identity

A strong brand identity for your business is so important for your company image. It should be carried through to all parts of your business. The logo style, font and colour scheme all convey a message about your business and how you will be perceived by potential customers.

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Logo design

Menu Design

Menus for takeaways, restaurants, home-based businesses. Have your menu professionally designed so that it not only looks good, but is clear and easy to follow for your clientele. A well-designed menu should reflect your branding and grab potential diners’ attention.

Posters | Signage | Flyers | Logos | Business literature | Newsletters | Stationery | Advertising | Menus

Customer review:

Fantastic service, attentive to the customer’s needs and ideas and with an intuitive talent for translating the customer’s vision into graphics, conveying the message with precision and taste.

Filo Ianni
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