We’ve designed it all: billboards, posters, bus ads, annual reports, magazines, newsletters, leaflets, stickers, forms … you get the idea. If you can dream it, we can design it. Like all design products, print materials can range from traditional persuasive campaigns on billboards to educational information diagrams on office posters.
Prior to creating any print or marketing product, clients often require help developing a communications plan that will inform this product or a group of products. We can help you create a new communications strategy from scratch or modify your existing plan. As with our web services, communications plans emphasize the end results by mapping your goals to specific messages and methods of delivery.
Since we began, we have always sought out organizations that we feel serve the public good. This passion of ours has led to specialized knowledge of social marketing and political campaigns. So, if you are a non-profit looking to communicate with potential members, or a political group trying to persuade the public about a point of view, you’ve come to the right place.
Once we have reviewed your communication objectives, the next step is to determine an end product. In some cases, our clients already have the end product, we can work in either scenario. Here is our full list of print media we have designed for:
- Leaflets and brochures
- Business cards and stationary
Short, long, saddle-stitched, leaflet, online-integration, you name it, we’ve done it.
- Magazines and newsletters
Whether you are starting a new magazine and need an overall creative direction and template, or simply need ongoing production, we can help you.
- Billboards, banners, backdrops and any other large format media
- Book covers and typesetting
- Buttons, magnets, adhesives or any other physical media
Corporate Design Training
Some clients cannot afford a professional designer to create all of their ongoing print publications such as newsletters and leaflets. For these situations, we can create a design template that will work in a software program that your in-house staff already have: MS Word, MS Publisher or InDesign. Once we finalize the template, we train your staff how to use the software and then how to modify the template to create a press-ready file. This training may include one or more of the following training sessions: Design Basics, Image preparation for print, Photoshop and InDesign.