In an ideal world, your corporate identity would be entirely based on the work you do. That would make it easy to control. Put some solid hours in, know you’ve done good work, job’s a good ‘un.
If you have a business of your own, you probably excel at its main focus. So if you’re a computer reseller you probably know a bit about hard drives, if you’re an accountant you know your numbers, if you own a nursery you understand children (or plants!).
Most people go online from phones and tablets just as often as from desktops and laptops. And isn’t it annoying when you’re watching TV, decide to look something up on your phone, but can barely read the tiny website font because it’s been designed for a massive monitor?
Does your business premises feel small sometimes? Or do you look out the window and worry about the lack of footfall? Do you spend a lot of time on social media promoting your brand, only to realise most of the people you’re reaching out to can’t physically get to you?
Graphic designers are simply the guys who create your stationery, brochures, logos, leaflets, flyers, websites, digital marketing, event signage, videos and many other products used for your marketing right?
In March this year, we worked with the Willow once again to produce the artwork and design for their prestigious 2019 London Football Awards.
If you are not on the web, you will have problems accessing services.Tim Berners-Lee
Logos are a huge part of a business’s identity. It’s really important that when you’re picking one for your company, you want to get it right. We’ve come up with a list of top tips and ideas for choosing the perfect logo for your business.
Working with a partner to create published products that will benefit your business, is essentially what contract publishing is.
Get closer than ever to your customers. So close that you tell them what they need well before they realize it themselves.Steve Jobs