Graphic Design Services – What Can They Do For You?

Graphic design, in a nutshell is visual communication, solving problems through the use of space, images and type. Designs are made to communicate ideas and message to target audiences. Graphic design is evident in everything you see on a day to day basis – identities (branding and logos), publications (newspapers, newsletters, magazines, annual reports and books), print advertisements, posters, signage and product packaging.

Look round you when you’re next in the supermarket and pick up an item and look at it. The type, colours used, images and shapes have all been designed and composed to make that product appeal to customers, such as yourself.

Sir Henry Cole was credited in coming up with the idea of sending greetings cards at Christmas, introducing the world’s first Christmas Card in 1843.

The world's first Christmas card came along in 1843. Sure that's an example of Graphic Design?

The term, ‘graphic design’ first came about in 1922, by a man called William Addison Dwiggins who was a typeface designer, illustrator and book designer.

Graphic Design & You

So, what can graphic design services do for you and your business? Just what it says on the tin – it can visually communicate your ideas and messages, to your clients and prospective clients too. It can get your business more sales. It can make people more aware of what you do. It can make people recognise you and the services you offer. It can make you stand out from your competitors and it can make you look good too.

Graphic design can come in so many different forms… Even the washing label on the top you’re wearing right now – that was designed by someone! So, if you are looking for informative, to the point and appealing designs that help your business stand out from the crowd… why not give me a shout.

I offer a one hour free consultation meeting to assess and discuss your branding needs.

“Digital design is like painting, except the paint never dries.” – Neville Brody.

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