…so their marketing doesn’t connect with people, and they don’t bring in new business.
Let’s start at the beginning. The purpose of design is to communicate a message. To catch the eye. To make the sale. A graphic designer is someone who takes the time to understand your business and what makes it unique, and is able to help you shape that message if need be.
Her energy, passion and good common sense have made the journey of building my website exciting, productive and timely.
Just putting circles on the page may make it look cool, but that’s not enough. Each element placed on the page is there for a reason, and brings something to the message. Graphic communication means that the design connects with people.
It means that people want to put your stickers on their car because you’ve created a following. It means that your message is clear and make sense. We take the extra time to make sure that all of this is working together.
With a careful, crafted plan, we can help you take over the world… figuratively, of course. In a business sense. Yeah.
Would you trust a life coach that had a messy, unorganized website? Would you trust a web development company that had broken links on their homepage? Have you ever been to Chad’s on Simms? I just learned that they closed! The outside of the restaurant looks classy. The inside was run-down. So much for date night.
Your brand is your business in a nutshell – the typography, the color, the graphics, the message and everything you do. How do you answer the phone? What do you wear to work?
One of my last clients literally told me that they hired me instead of the big agencies because of the way I answer the phone.
You’ve heard the saying “how you do one thing – is how you do everything.” When your brand matches your message, and your graphics reflect your brand, and your entire look and feel is consistent…
Not only do you look like you’re ready to take over the world – it makes people think you know what you’re doing.