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Graphic Design

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Our graphic design service is simple! Unlimited revisions until you are completely satisfied. We have a team of corporate branding experts that will personally work with you to ensure that the final design reflects the initial vision. We know how important branding is and guarantee complete satisfaction.

Unlimited Concepts And Revisions

We deliver unlimited design concepts and then unlimited revisions based on your feed back to guaruntee that you are perfectly satisfied with the design before delivering the final assets.

100% Original Designs

All of our designs are completely original, copyrightable, and 100% owned by you.

Delivered In All The Formats You Need

We include color codes and fonts used in all designs. Final files are delivered in the following formats:

  • JPG
  • PNG
  • PDF
  • EPS (Vector Format)
  • Illustrator File (editable files)

Corperate Identity Package

The Corporate Identity Package includes a custom logo design, business card design, letterhead design and envelope design.

Custom Logo Design

When creating a company, a professional logo design will set your business apart form the competitors. Your logo is the first thing that a potential client will see and it could be a determining factor on whether they pick up the phone or keep scrolling. 

Business Card Design

Create a professional business presence with custom designed business cards.

Custom Brochure Design

Creative, professional tri-fold or bi-fold brochure design.

What kind of Graphic Design projects can we do?

  • Logo Design
  • Branding Guidelines
  • Business Cards
  • Letterhead
  • Stationery
  • Signage & Tradeshow Displays
  • Posters, Banners & Billboards
  • Print Marketing Materials
  • Website PSD
  • Website Graphics
  • Social Media Profile Design
  • Social Media Posts
  • Business Proposals
  • Marketing Brochures
  • PowerPoint Presentations
  • Icons & Infographics
  • Book Covers
  • Banner & Retargeting Ads
  • Labeling
  • Packaging
  • Corporate Documents
  • Images for Websites/Blogs

Have a custom Graphic Design request? No problem.

Simply contact us and describe the type of design needed and we will do our best to accommodate.

Graphic Design

Welcome to the world of graphic design! If you’re on this page, like many people, you probably have a love for aesthetic design and want to learn more about it. We made this guide to be as concise and easy to understand as possible. So let’s get started!

What Is Graphic Design?

Graphic design is a creative industry that deals with the integration of art and technology. Graphic designers work in many different fields, from traditional print media to digital media, such as web design and video editing. Graphic designers may specialize in a particular medium (such as logo design or brochure layout) or they may specialize by client type (such as corporate identity).

Graphic Designers use the principles of visual communication to create messages that inspire action and result in changes in behavior. They develop concepts and strategies for visual communications solutions’ development across all types of media including: brand identity; print & collateral materials; packaging; signage systems; environmental graphics; websites & interactive applications etc., with the goal of achieving business objectives by influencing consumers’ perceptions.

Human-Centered Design

Human-centered design (HCD) is a design philosophy that focuses on the needs of people and their users. It is based on the view that human beings are the center of our creations, and therefore has been defined as “the design approach to satisfy all stakeholders through a deep understanding of their needs”. In contrast to other approaches, human-centered designers believe that it’s not enough for an interface or product to be usable; it also has to be enjoyable for its user.

Logo Design

A logo is the most important element of your brand identity. It’s what people see first when they come across your business, and it needs to be memorable so they can easily identify with you when they need your services in the future.

Logo design is more than just a pretty picture—it’s an opportunity to communicate an idea, communicate a message, and make an impression that lasts beyond one glance or interaction. When designing logos for clients, it’s important for me not only to create something that looks good but also conveys their desired message effectively.

Brand Identity Design

Brand identity design is the process of creating a visual and verbal identity for a brand. It’s the combination of graphic design and marketing, but it’s more than simply slapping your logo on some merchandise. Brand identity design is all about establishing a brand’s personality, values, and character. Think about what comes to mind when you think of Apple—the sleek lines? The glowing apple? The product packaging? All these things help put together a cohesive image in your head that makes you think “Apple.” That’s good branding!

Packaging Design

Packaging design is the art of designing the visual appearance of the packaging of a product.

The purpose of packaging design should be to enhance a brand identity, and make it stand out on store shelves. It should also clearly communicate with consumers about what’s inside the package, as well as how to use it properly. A good package design will leave a positive impression on potential customers who see your product in stores or online, increasing sales for you over time.

Packaging Designers work with clients to create attractive designs for their products’ packaging that will resonate with customers on an emotional level. A good package designer understands how colors and fonts affect our perceptions; they know how to create moods using graphics and typography; they know what typefaces work best for certain types of products; they know how text should be laid out so that it’s easy for consumers to read quickly (at a glance). There are many factors that go into collecting data from focus groups so you can determine which elements need changing before finalizing your new design!

Art Direction

Art direction is the process of defining the visual style of a project. It’s a form of communication, but it isn’t design. Think about it: when you’re writing an email to someone, you select words and arrange them in a logical way that makes sense to your reader. Art direction works in much the same way: it’s an organized approach to getting someone else’s attention by arranging visuals in a way that communicates clearly.

In short, art direction is just one small part of the larger graphic design field—but it’s still worth noting as an essential skill for any designer looking to break into industry!


  • Typography is the art and technique of arranging type to make written language legible, readable, and appealing when displayed.
  • There are five main types of fonts: serif, sans-serif, decorative/display, script and system.
  • Serif fonts have short lines at the end of each character’s strokes (e.g., Times New Roman) while sans-serif fonts do not have these extra lines (e.g., Arial). Decorative/display fonts are usually used for headlines or large amounts of copy; they look more like hand-drawn letters than printed ones. Script and system fonts were designed specifically for computers but can also be used in print design if you want a consistent look throughout your brand identity materials.
  • Fonts are generally used in logos because they instantly convey a brand’s message through their associations with products or services; however they can also be used effectively in other areas such as web design and digital signage because they allow designers to create graphics without having to worry about resolution issues on different devices like mobile phones versus tablets versus desktop computers.*


Illustrations are used to explain an idea or concept. They are a visual representation of an idea, story, process, or concept that can be difficult to explain with just words alone.

Illustrations can be used in place of text in many cases where there is something more complex than can be explained with writing alone. For example: illustrations are useful when you want your reader to understand something quickly and easily (such as how a car functions). Illustrations can also be used when describing something abstract or intangible (like emotions).

What is a Graphic Designer?

Graphic designer is a type of designer who designs communication in the visual form using images and words.

Graphic design is a visual communication medium. This means it’s used to convey information and messages in the form of images, colors and text.

Graphic design is a form of communication. It conveys information that’s important for people to understand, whether it be product descriptions or instructions on how to use something safely.

Graphic design is a form of expression. Graphic designers are able to express themselves through pictures, colors and words—and you can see this when you look at their work! They’re able to show their creativity in different ways with every project they take on.

Graphic design is also an art form because it has its own set of rules when it comes down to creating images (like contrast) as well as its own way of seeing things differently than others do; this allows graphic designers’ mindsets when tackling challenges presented by each project they tackle!


At last we have reached the end of our article on Graphic Design. Thanks for reading this far, it is my hope that you found this information useful and that it will help to inform your decision in choosing which type of designer you want to be!

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